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Chuck last attended Lake Superior State College in 1985 earning an Associate Degree in Natural Resources. After working in the land surveying industry for fourteen years he started his own cartography and GIS consulting business in 2004. In the fall of 2008 Chuck returned to LSSU to pursue a BS degree in the newly created Applied Geographic Information program. Chuckís senior research project was a geospatial distribution analysis of applicants to LSSU. This study will help the university better understand its potential student market and lays the foundation for further research into how place influences the conversion of university applicants into students. Chuck plans to continue to grow his consulting business, No Boundaries Maps and Graphics, and resides in Sault Ste. Marie with his wife Bev and daughter Theresa.

Chuck McCready
2010 Oustanding Graduate
Applied Geographic Information Science

Business Administration (Accounting)

Accounting is more than just numbers
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Lambda Sigma Beta Scholarship

This scholarship was created by contributions from alumni of the School of Business and the Lambda Sigma Beta Fraternity spearheaded by Dr. Madan Saluja, professor of business at LSSU. This endowment is awarded to students who have attained junior or senior status in the business program, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and who have demonstrated campus/community leadership and dedication in working in the business profession.

Hantz Award

The named annual award is established by the Hantz Group, a full service financial holding company with an office in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, and corporate headquarters in Southfield, Michigan. The award is open to any business degree program student who has reached his or her junior year (88 credits) in good academic standing. Candidates must demonstrate campus or community leadership and/or represent Lake Superior State University in any Division I or Division II athletic program.The scholarship recipient is selected by a committee composed of School of Business faculty and a member of the Hantz Group.

  

 

 

Accounting

Chris Schalk

I absolutely love the small size of LSSU. Everything on campus is within a short walking distance. Also, with smaller class sizes, itís much easier to get to know people. There are even professors I had from a couple of years ago that still remember me. It has even become difficult for me to walk across campus without running into someone I know. This has created a very positive experience for me. [ more ]

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