The President's House was the commanding officer's home during the days of Fort Brady. It has been the university president's home for many years, and as such continues to host many University receptions.
360° View Near the President's
As the sun rises over the autumn foliage it shines its rays upon
Brown Hall and the Kenneth J. Shouldice Library. On the corner you can
see the Native American Center in the Eskoonwid Endaad house.
Continuing right you can see Erie Hall another of LSSU's student residences,
and further to the right is the Hillside House home to Lake
State's Admissions Office. Across the street you can just
glimpse the Presidents House, once the former home to the commanding
officer of Fort Brady; it now serves as the home to LSSU's
President. Next to the Presidents house is the Lukenda
Alumni House home to Alumni Relations and the Foundation.
Finally behind you, you catch a glimpse of the East Gate, once
the entrance to Fort Brady.
Exclusive Invitation to Present
Honorable Mention Lake Superior State University
LSSU was one of five finalists that were invited to present papers at the conference. The other universities that were invited were: Cornell University, Michigan Tech, Air Force Academy, and University of Puerto Rico.
2006 UPADI Pan American Federation of Engineering Societies Convention for Engineers