Michael Miller New Copy Center Coordinator

Michael Miller is the new Copy Center coordinator. He worked for four years at Minnesota State University in Mankato as a student copy center supervisor. Miller moved to Duluth so his wife, Amy, could pursue her business education at the University of Minnesota Duluth. He is originally from Tomah, Wisconsin.

Aviation, Health and Business Camps at LSC

Eighth graders from the Proctor Middle School and Duluth’s Lincoln Middle School are attending camp at Lake Superior College to learn about careers in aviation, healthcare and business. Practical math applications are incorporated in the curriculum. The camps include the Aviation Careers, July 3-8,; Healthcare Careers Camp, July 10-14 and Business Careers Camp, August 7-11.…

Roquet Selected for Luoma Leadership Academy

Deanne Roquet, a full-time biology and environmental science faculty member, has been selected to participate in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Luoma Leadership Academy. The academy is an 18-month program designed to nurture leadership talent for the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities. Selected employees are from 28 of the system’s institutions and Office of…

LSC Alumni Association Seeks Members

The Lake Superior College Alumni Association has been re-activated after a several year hiatus. The LSC Alumni Association is made up of former students of the college, regardless of when they attended or for how long. Its goal is to serve and expand the existing alumni pool by providing programs and events that will maintain…

Community Leaders Appointed to Diversity Council

Thirteen community leaders have been appointed to the newly formed Community Action Diversity Council of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. The group, which met recently for the first time, is charged with providing advice and counsel on the diversity aspects of the system’s new four-year strategic plan. “This council represents an impressive array…

LSC Expands Music Offerings; Hires Rynex

Lake Superior College will expand its music classes with several new courses. A new music ensemble, the College Choir, will provide students and community members the opportunity to sing and earn college credit. The choir will rehearse Tuesdays from 3 p.m. to 4:50 p.m., beginning August 29. There will be at least one public performance…