Chemistry Lab with glassware

LSSU Launches Nation's First Cannabis-Specific Chemistry Program

Lake Superior State University is launching the country’s first degree program focused squarely on the chemistry of cannabis. A bachelor’s degree with a major in cannabis chemistry will be offered beginning in fall 2019, along with an associate’s degree program in cannabis science. Students can opt in for an American Chemical Society (ACS)-endorsed degree.
Form-Up I500 Parade

LSSU has stake In I500 parade record attempt

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Jan Faculty Tenure

Board meeting sees faculty earn tenure, promotion

Lake Superior State University's Board of Trustees promoted six faculty and granted three tenure during a Jan. 25 public meeting.
Climate Change Study

Lake State biologist and her class join global collaboration to answer climate change questions

The study, which involved the work of 153 ecological researchers from 40 countries, found that climatic factors - such as temperature and moisture - influenced carbon-cycling rates of river ecosystems.
Saluja Statue Scanning

Fifty-year professor to get bronze likeness from former students

Students from Madan Saluja’s 50-year teaching career are commissioning a full-length bronze likeness of their former professor to grace a public area in Considine, which houses LSSU’s Lukenda School of Business.
Lifting Cisler HVAC

Infrastructure upgrades continue across campus

Work contines on long term $23.6 million infrastructure upgrade to improve safety, security and sustainability, and even install a more robust wireless IT network across LSSU’s 115-acre campus.
Hockey Team 2018-19

Lake Superior State wins first Great Lakes Invitational in program history

It was LSSU's first tournament championship, as well as the first time two Upper Peninsula teams made simultaneous appearances at the tourney, which has been going on since 1964.
All-Time Word Cloud II

44th annual list of banished words eschews collusion, is officially in the books

The wordsmiths at Lake Superior State University have released LSSU's 44thannual List of Words Banished from the Queen's English for Mis-use, Over-use and General Uselessness.
Postumus Resolution

Trustees approve new certificate programs in E-Marketing, International Business, and Geographical Information Systems

Lake Superior State University Trustees voted to approve three new certificate programs. They also received updates on the $13.2M construction of the Center for Freshwater Research and Education (CFRE), and activities leading toward a public-private-partnership to build new residence halls.
Banished Poster Photo

Nomination season winds down for 44th annual Banished Word List

Only a matter of days remain to submit a nomination for Lake Superior State University’s 2019 Word Banishment List, to be released on Dec. 31.