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CLC course receives QM certification

Central Lakes College instructor Karen Pikula had a course recognized as QM certified by the Minnesota Online Quality Initiative. The class, General Psychology, is the first of Pikula’s current three courses to be certified. It’s the 11th course for the college as a whole since 2013. The recognition is an …

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Honor society induction

The Central Lakes College honor society, Upsilon Omega chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, on Sat., Dec. 5 inducted new members. PTK is the international honor society for two-year college students and is the largest honor society in American higher education with more than 1.3 million members who have achieved membership …

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Farewell Fritz!

Central Lakes College English instructor Fritz Bertelt is winding up a career in higher education that spans nearly four decades. The CLC icon was surprised by friends with a Fond Farewell in the office suite known as “Happy Valley.” On a phased retirement until this semester, Fritz says it is …

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Mary Sam named Director of Diversity at CLC

Mary Sam of Onamia is the first Director of Dioversity at Central Lakes College. She will lead the college’s effort toward intercultural competency by implementing a Diversity Plan. The job also entails development of a Native American Indian certificate program at CLC and increasing visibility and awareness of the Skone …

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Dr. Suresh Tiwari named vice president

Dr. Suresh Tiwari, who had served as interim vice president, has been appointed to that position on a permanent basis at Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, Minn. Dr. Tiwari had been a dean at the largest technical college in South Carolina and former dean at Hawkeye Community College in …

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CLC among 50 fastest-growing colleges in nation

Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, was the 22nd fastest-growing public, two-year college in the nation within its enrollment category in 2008. The Community College Week newspaper on Nov. 30 reported that it had compiled data on the nation’s fastest-growing community colleges. The survey was conducted by the National Center …

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International students present program for Youth Connection

Central Lakes College’s International Club members spent after-school time at Forestview Middle School recently, talking about their homelands and answering questions from the curious youngsters in the Youth Connection program operated through Brainerd Community Education for grades 5-8. The CLC international students included Brittany (pictured) and Brooke Bjerke of Brainerd; …

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