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Keith M. Campbell

"The education that I received at Lake Superior State University has opened many doors for me. I have worked with Firefighters and Paramedics for over thirty years as a co-worker, educator, and student. I have been very blessed in my life to have these opportunities. I truly believe that education is the cornerstone of everyone’s career and LSSU provides the best.

My future goals are to become the Director of a Fire Science program and follow in the footsteps of the great educators that I have had the privilege of learning from. This will not be easy, but I believe that these Professors have prepared me to be successful. My achievements will be a direct result of the knowledge that they have bestowed upon me. It will then be my obligation to share this knowledge with others. ”

Keith M. Campbell '07

Firefighter/Paramedic

Fire and hazardous materials response coordinator for the U.S. Navy based in Bahrain

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Title: ORIGINS OF ENGLISH
Movie ID: VT4930
Movie Number: 4930
Description: LECTURE 1:Introduction to the study of language. LECTURE 2: The histroic study of language: methosd & approaches. LECTURE 3: The prehistory of English: the indo-european context. LECTURE 4: Reconstructing meaning & sound. LECTURE 5: Words & worlds: histroical linguistics & the study of culture. LECTURE 6: The beginnings of English. LECTURE 7: Old English: the anglo-saxon worldview. LECTURE 8: Changing language: did the Normans really conquer English? LECTURE 9: Conquering languge: what did the Normand do to English? LECTURE 10: Chaucer's English. LECTURE 11: Dialect jokes & literary. LECTURE 12: A multilingual world: medieval attitudes toward language change & variation
Series: HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Part: 1
Time: 0
Department: ALSS
Call Number: PE1075.L48 1998
At LSSU: Y

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Rachel Claucherty-Arnold

Rachel Claucherty-Arnold
Environmental Health

What made Rachel's Lake Superior State experience so unique was the practical research she did with top-notch faculty.

"I really enjoyed working with environmental chemistry professor Judy Westrick and biologist Deb Stai," Rachel says. "For my senior project, we evaluated a lab method for cultivating a fungus that causes infections in humans."

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