“LSSU gave me the educational and organizational tools to be able to succeed at those endeavors after college.”
Scott Shackleton '83
Former State House of Representatives
LSSU Outstanding Alumnus Award '05
The Lukenda School of Business
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We are a school committed to teaching excellence and outstanding business
opportunities for students. Our faculty members are experienced educators as
well as experts in their own specialty fields which includes Accounting,
Economics, Finance, International Business, Entrepreneurship, Marketing and
Management. You will study in small groups with a faculty member and be
challenged to perform to the best of your ability. Above all, opportunities
exist for you to learn as much as you can about degrees and careers in the area
of business, economics, and entrepreneurship so that you can achieve your career
goals. We are proud of our school and the programs we offer. Don’t put off your
opportunity to get your business degree. We’re here. Your opportunity to study
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Professor Ralf Wilhelms is conducting a survey to estimate
demand for a Master of Business Administration (Executive MBA) program
at Lake Superior State University. This survey will take approximately
two minutes and includes 12 questions. Please follow the link provided
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Pat Caruso, member of the Professional Advisory Board to present on Nov. 3
Pat Caruso, a 1975 alumna and former director of the Michigan Dept. of
Corrections, will present "Trends in Corrections" during a program open
to anyone at 10 a.m. on Nov. 3 in room 123 of the Center for Applied Science.
Caruso, whose discussion will include current corrections legal issues,
will be on campus as a guest speaker in Prof. Carol Andary's
Correctional Law class.
Caruso is a corrections consultant who works across the United States
and draws upon her more than 25 years of experience in corrections for
her current position. She went from managing the budget of the Chippewa
County Jail as part of her job as former county controller, to serving
as warden of Michigan correctional facilities and eventually working as
director of the MDOC.
The renovated South Hall, now called R.W. Considine Hall, will ensure the University’s competitiveness now and in the
future. Your support will help elevate and expand our capabilities to deliver
high-quality, technology-based instruction and provide for a continuing flow of
skilled workers to grow and shape a 21st century global economy.
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