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Ordean East’s Litman receives statewide award

Ordean East’s Litman receives statewide award

Tracy Litman of Ordean Middle School in Duluth has been named 2021 Minnesota School Social Worker of the Year by the Minnesota School Social Workers Association. She was nominated by Principal Gina Kleive and received numerous letters of support from her colleagues. The award recognizes individuals who reflect the highest professional standards, demonstrate creative leadership,...

Lake Superior College’s Cyber Security Associate Degree ranked fifth best in the nation

Lake Superior College’s Cyber Security Associate Degree ranked fifth best in the nation

Lake Superior College’s online network administration and cybersecurity AAS degree has been ranked among the Top 10 Online Cyber Security Associate Degrees for 2022, by Security Degree Hub. LSC’s program has been ranked the fifth-best in the nation. According to Security Degree Hub’s website: “The AAS in Network Administrator & Cybersecurity online program at Lake...

Lake Superior College to host Integrated Manufacturing Open House

Lake Superior College will host the annual Integrated Manufacturing Open House on Thursday, October 7 from 3-6 p.m. at LSC’s Downtown Center, located at 120 N. 2nd Ave. West in Duluth. Strong workforce demand for machinists, welders and engineering CAD designers continues in the Twin Ports region and beyond. Learn more about affordable training options...

Denfeld Hunter Hall of Fame adding 15 new inductees

The Denfeld Alumni Association will add 11 new names to the Denfeld Hunter Hall of Fame on Saturday, September 25 at 10 a.m. in the Denfeld High School Auditorium. Inductees include: . Elvira (Thompson) Johnson ’25 . Ingrid Strom ’31 . Armond Hauge ’46 . James Felton ’52 . Dennis Maki ’61 . Ben Kanninen...

St. Scholastica to require COVID-19 vaccinations for students

The College of St. Scholastica has added the COVID-19 vaccination to the list of required immunizations for all students participating in in-person curricular and co-curricular activities at its Duluth, Health Science Center and St. Cloud campuses. Earlier this month, President Barbara McDonald shared the College’s intentions to pursue a vaccine requirement once FDA approval was...

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