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LSC Foundation to Award over $100,000 in Student Scholarships

The Lake Superior College Foundation will award over $100,000 in student scholarships this spring, the most LSC Foundation has awarded in scholarships in recent history. The annual scholarship application window opens this Friday, February 9, and will remain open until March 1. Current and prospective LSC students are encouraged to apply by visiting www.lsc.edu/foundation. There…

Lake Superior College and Local Dentists to Provide Free Dental Care to Children on “Give Kids a Smile” Day Friday, February 2

Lake Superior College’s Dental Hygiene Clinic is teaming up with dental professionals in the surrounding community, including eight volunteer dentists, to provide free dental care for children on “Give Kids a Smile Day”, February 2.  “Healthy teeth are vital to overall health and even a key to success in school,” said Cindy Upton, LSC dental…

Lake Superior College Ranked Among the Nation’s Top 25 Best Online Associate Degrees in Cybersecurity

BestCollegeReviews.org has published its annual ranking of the Top 25 Best Online Associate’s Degree Programs for 2018. Lake Superior College has been ranked among the nation’s Top 25 Best Online Associate Degrees in Cybersecurity. The rankings were based on cost (less than $20,000), customization options, and other factors. Lake Superior College has also received a…

Tim Luedtke Hired as ITS I – Support Technician at LSC

Tim Luedtke has been hired as an ITS I – Support Technician in the Lake Superior College Technology division. He will be responsible for providing front-line support and testing for software, hardware, and phones in classrooms, labs, and offices. Luedtke previously worked at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park as an Office Administrative Specialist. Prior to…

New LSC Class to Help Small Businesses with Accounting Theft and Fraud

Employee theft is big business. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, employee dishonesty costs American business in excess of $50 billion annually. The most common types of employee theft, as reported by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), are: larceny/embezzlement; skimming; fraudulent disbursements and stealing business opportunities. To help small businesses deal with…

Nursing Students to be Recognized at Pinning Ceremony on December 14

Lake Superior College nursing students will participate in a formal nurse’s pinning ceremony on Thursday, Dec. 14 at 5 p.m. to acknowledge their graduate status as professional nurses. “Our traditional pinning ceremony is meant to welcome our new nursing graduates into the nursing profession,” said LSC Nursing Program Director Deborah Amys. “The new nurses are…

Robots Put to the Task in Lake Superior College Team Competition

Robots designed and built by four Integrated Manufacturing student teams will be put to the competitive task on Thursday, Dec. 7 at 1 p.m. at LSC’s Downtown Center, 120 N. Second Avenue West, Duluth. The event is free and open to the public. “The event showcases original robot design by students as well as demonstrating different…

LSC Student Artists to Host 18th Annual Throw-a-thon to Benefit Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank; Experienced Potters Needed

Throw a bowl, feed a hungry human. Students with Lake Superior College’s Art Club and area artists will use their creativity to fight hunger throughout the region during an upcoming Throw-a-thon Dec.1-2. This activity will support Duluth’s “Empty Bowl” project, an annual event held every spring to raise money for Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food…