Redefining the Classroom

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

Science Camp II

8:00 AM until 5:00 PM

Organization: LSSU Edventures Summer Camps

Description: The second of LSSU's summer science camps is under way.

Location: Throughout Campus

Contact: LSSU Edventures

Retirement Socials for Bob Parry & Nancy LeGreve

12:00 PM until 4:00 PM


Description: LSSU will be bidding farewell to two retirees today: Bob Parry and Nancy LeGreve. Stop by at their retirement socials to wish them well!
Bob Parry: Bob is leaving LSSU after 15 years of service as a systems analyst in Information Technology. His send-off is from 10 a.m.-noon in room 302 of the Center for Applied Science.
Nancy LeGreve: Nancy is departing after 22 1/2 years on campus. She worked for 10 years in Purchasing, more than five as the academic secretary in the School of Nursing, and more than seven in her current position as manager of the Norris Center ticket office. Stop by to see Nancy from 2-4 p.m. in the Gregory Lounge on her last day.

Location: Ctr for Applied Science, Rm 302 and Gregory Lounge, Norris Ctr

Contact: LSSU IT and Norris Center or

Laker Alumnus Joe Haske Speaks at Bayliss Library

7:00 PM until 8:30 PM


Description: Writer, professor and literary critic Joseph Haske will speak about his debut novel, North Dixie Highway tonight at Bayliss Public Library. Haske was born in Sault Ste. Marie and is a graduate of Cedarville High School. He earned a B.A. in English at LSSU, graduating summa cum laude before earning graduate degrees at Bowling Green University and the University of Texas, Pan-American. He currently teaches at South Texas College in McAllen, Texas. He was awarded the 2011 Boulevard Emerging Fiction Writer award, and his fiction and poetry have been featured in prestigious publications such as Pleiades, Fiction International, Convorbiri Literare, and the Chicago Tribune's literary supplement, Printers Row, as well as in anthologies such as The Way North: Collected Upper Peninsula New Works and New Border Voices. North Dixie Highway, a novel set primarily in the eastern U.P., has received critical acclaim and will be a featured book in the fall at NoirCon in Philadelphia. Copies of the novel will be available for signing and purchase tonight. The Friends of Bayliss Public Library will provide refreshments.

Location: Bayliss Public Library, 541 Library Dr., Sault, Mich.

Contact: Bayliss Public Library 632-9331,

June 2014