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Celebrating Women’s History Month: Pi Kappa Gamma’s feminine care drive and empowerment 

Amy Moua April 11, 2024

In honor of Women's History Month, Pi Kappa Gamma, the oldest sorority at Lakeland University, held their second annual feminine care product drive to provide essential supplies to women in need. Held...

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A teacher’s guide to navigating the Digital Divide 

Savannah Miranda March 26, 2024

Dr. Andrew Karls is teaching a course titled "Core III: Digital Divide," which explores the difference between human consciousness and artificial intelligence. This course is scheduled to be offered annually...

Outside her roles as an educator, Kellet professor Trina Wolosek enjoys spending time traveling with her boyfriend Brandon, her kids Kailar and Mia, and her sister Lisa.

Kellett professors making online connections: Trina Wolosek 

Amy Moua March 18, 2024

Trina Wolosek is a professor for Lakeland University’s Kellett program where the realm of online teaching is a balanced act of incorporating various methods to build connections with students in a virtual...

Creating a safer tomorrow: New Head of Security Jason Hraban

Creating a safer tomorrow: New Head of Security Jason Hraban

Matt Crowley March 6, 2024

When it comes to the safety of all students at Lakeland, Campus Safety is here to help.  Lakeland has brought in a new head of security Jason Hraban.  This will be Hraban’s third semester as...

Built in 1971, Ley Chapel stands as an integral addition to spiritual and religious growth in Lakeland University’s community, creating a safe space for anybody to explore faith.

Foundation to faith: The story of Ley Chapel   

Amy Moua February 28, 2024

 Built in 1971, Lakeland University’s Ley Chapel stands as a legacy for the Ley family whose connection to the institution endured for many generations. Serving students, faculty and visitors, the chapel...

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