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Lake Superior College Spring Art Show to highlight students’ traditional and digital work

Lake Superior College’s annual student Spring Art Exhibit opens Monday at noon, with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. The exhibit runs through Wednesday, May 2. Open to the public, the free reception will include refreshments and an opportunity to meet the student artists. Free parking is available on campus. Students enrolled in LSC’s popular art courses will have an opportunity to display their work during the exhibit. For many of the approximately 350…

Scholarships available for adult students returning to college

One million in scholarships are being made available as part of a new pilot program designed by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education (OHE) and Minnesota State to help adult students who started, but did not finish, a college education. OHE is partnering on this pilot program, called MN Reconnect, with four Minnesota State colleges: Inver Hills Community College, Lake Superior College, Riverland Community College, and South Central College. “Minnesotans who do not finish their…

Lake Superior College nursing programs granted national re-accreditation

Lake Superior College has received formal notification from the  Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) that LSC’s Practical Nursing and Professional Nursing A.S. degree programs have been granted re-accreditation through 2025. Approximately 150 students graduate from LSC’s nursing programs every year. LSC’s AS nursing programs were initially accredited in 2012 with the practical nursing program accredited in 2014. “Our entire campus and our local health care clinical partners played a role in making this…

Lake Superior College to host Robot Wars

Brains. Brawn. Unforgettable names like Wreck-n-Wheel, Wedgy and Iron Butterfly. Squeeze ’em all together and you have one heck of a robot smack down! Lake Superior College’s 15th annual Robot Wars competition will slam into LSC’s Duluth Downtown Center, 120 N. Second Avenue West, on Thursday, April 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., where student-built and engineered robots will grapple in a one-on-one tournament-style format. Some robots will use moving blades. Some will use…

Arnott named Executive Director of Workforce and Community Development at Lake Superior College

Tamara Arnott has been named Executive Director of Workforce and Community Development at Lake Superior College. Dr. Arnott has served as interim director in this role since April 2017. “Under Tamara’s leadership, the Office of Workforce and Community Development has improved its financial infrastructure resulting in net revenues of more than $400,000 in fiscal 2017,” said Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs Mike Seymour. “She has built a very strong team that is poised…

Lake Superior College’s motorcycle skills training starts April 26

It’s the start of the motorcycle riding season and a great time to learn or refresh riding skills. Starting April 26, Lake Superior College offers beginning and intermediate motorcycle courses through the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Motorcycle Safety Center. Spring and early summer offer challenges in riding, including roads with gravel and debris from winter, rusty riding skills and unpredictable weather. Failure to yield the right of way by the other driver remains the…