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The LSSU Dance program has provided me with excellent opportunities I could not have received at any other university. My ultimate career goal is to obtain a Clinical Doctorate in Speech-Language Pathology and find alternative forms of communication with my patients. The dance program has allowed me to choreograph and produce works of art that incorporated sign language as well as work with children of all ages. Because of these opportunities I am well prepared for my future goals and am set apart from other students in a very competitive field.

Kitty Drockton

College of Arts, Letters, Social Sciences and Emergency Services

School of Communication Studies and the Fine & Performing Arts

Fine Arts Studies Department

Dance Program Performances at the Art Center

Coppelia Ballet
2011
Spring
Choreography Class Showing
2011
Spring
LSSU Dance Company Fall Dance Concert, "Expressions"
2010
Fall
LSSU Dance Company Fall Dance Concert Children's Show
2010
Fall
Superior Festival X - Creating Performance
2010
Fall
Highland Dance Performance
2010
Fall
Gallery in Motion
2010
Spring
Gallery in Motion Children's Show
2010
Spring
Superior Edventures Dance Camp Showing
2010
Spring
Superior Festival IX - Performing History/ Performances October 2009
2009
Fall
World AIDS Talent Show
2009
Fall
Encore presentation by the LSSU Dance Program
2009
Fall
Eisenhower Dance Ensemble
2009
Spring
Dancing Through History
2009
Spring
Dancing Through History Children's Show
2009
Spring
Creative Movement Children's Performance
2009
Spring
Superior Edventures Dance Camp Showing
2009
Summer
Superior Festival VIII - Creativity and the Creative Impulse
2008
Fall
LSSU Dance Company Fall Dance Concert
2008
Fall
LSSU Dance Company Fall Dance Concert Children's Show
2008
Fall
Le Carnival de Fantastique
2008
Spring
Le Carnival de Fantastique Children's Show
2008
Spring
Fall Dance Concert
2007
Fall
Superior Festival VI
2006
Fall

 

Student Research...

Sault Ste Marie, Michigan

Lisa researched the use of Pointe aux Chenes beaches in St. Ignace, Mich., as an important stopover site by migratory birds. Her study determined that 34 migratory species used it as a stopover site; 50% were shorebirds and about 24% were ducks. She also found that the loggerhead shrike, an endangered species, use the beaches as a stopover site as well. Her results will help preserve Pointe aux Chenes for the millions of migratory birds.

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