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Chelsea Sparrow

"My experience at Lake Superior State University is one of the best of my life. Not only did the education I received prepare me immensely for the work world, I made friendships and connections that are sure to last me a lifetime. LSSU is the perfect collegiate experience: exceptional educators, a welcoming community and the beauty of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula."

--Chelsea Sparrow
LSSU Athletic Training Graduate;
ATC Graduate Intern Athletic Trainer;
University of Minnesota, Duluth

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Campus Technology

Students using computer labLSSU Information Technology offers a variety of services and programs for students. Classroom laboratories provide for instruction that involves hardware and/or software. During non-class hours, General Access Labs provide copies of the software used in classes, Internet access to students, office suite software, and printers. Help for students utilizing software in the classroom or labs is available in the Learning Center. Computers enhance the research ability of the KJS Library with access to the Internet and many databases. The University maintains a student-to-computer ratio of 10:1, which means there is usually a computer available whenever a student needs one.

Upon enrollment, a student will receive Campus Wide ID (CWID) which can be used to access my.lssu.edu, our campus portal which contains email, calendar, course information, and many other useful resources. Instructions and help for using the e-mail account are available at the information Technology HelpDesk in the Administration Building . High Speed Internet Access is also available in the student residences and many locations across campus, including wireless access in the KJS Library.

Current information regarding Information Technology and Computer Services can also be obtained at http://it.lssu.edu.

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Vision of 1st Place

Robotics Industries Association

First Place
Lake Superior State University

Automated Assembly of Seat Indexing Mechanisms

Other award recipients: Carnegie Mellon University, and a team comprised of students from University of Kentucky, University of Florida, and the Colorado School of Mines

1999 Robotics Industries Association: Robotics & Vision Show

May 11, 1999
International Scholarship Competition
Detroit, Mich.

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