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Honors comp showcase

Students in the Central Lakes College Honors Composition II: Public and Professional Writing course taught by Leane Flynn of the English Department presented a Research Showcase in the Lecture Hall of the Brainerd campus Monday. Guests included students, faculty, and administrators for the one-hour program based on semester-long investigation of …

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Cooperative education

Tim Walker, a process engineer at Pequot Tool and Manufacturing, Inc., has worked in tool and die making, die design, machine design, machine programming, process engineering, and corporate geometric design and tolerancing consultation and training during his 30-year career. Recently, Tim presented four sessions of training to students in the …

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Information Night at Pine River

College Information Night at Pine River-Backus High School on June 20 is a free, public event offered by Central Lakes College and its partners in the new Community Outreach courses offered in Pine River starting this fall. A general information session regarding the application process, financial aid, scholarships, and more …

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New online writing course

Are there stories in your life that you have always wanted to write but have never gotten around to writing? Central Lakes College in Brainerd is offering “Creative Nonfiction,” a popular new writing genre, for the first time this fall when the term starts Aug. 22. “This course provides an …

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Information Night at Pine River

College Information Night for residents of Central Cass County is scheduled for Pine River-Backus High School on Aug. 8 from 5 to 8 p.m. This is a free, public event offered by Central Lakes College and its partners in the new Community Outreach courses offered in Pine River starting this …

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College in the Schools

Central Lakes College hosted more than 100 high school instructors, counselors, and administrators on Thursday, Aug. 18 for an in-service day at the Brainerd campus. The College-in-the-Schools program allows high school students to take college-level courses taught in their home district by qualified high school instructors. The credits are fully …

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CLC to share $4.99 million

Central Lakes College, the lone Minnesota partner in a 17-state grape and wine production educational consortium, is among the recipients of a $4.99 million National Science Foundation grant that will establish a National Center of Excellence. CLC, as a member of the Viticulture and Enology Science and Technology Alliance (VESTA), …

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Photography class

Christian Hoffman of Brainerd, a video production student at Central Lakes College, Staples, listens to instructor Steve Kohls (right) in a Black & White Photo class activity near Crosby. Students shot images in and around the multipurpose Cuyuna Lakes State Trail in the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area. This three-credit, …

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National accreditation

The Central Lakes College Medical Assistant program at the Staples campus has earned accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). A review board and CAAHEP’s board of directors announced that the CLC program is in “substantial compliance with the nationally established accreditation standards.” The initial …

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Book donation

A Central Lakes College alumna who is an associate professor at Hamline University has donated to CLC a copy of the book she co-wrote. Dr. Jennifer (Pecarich) Carlson’s research focus on reading methods led to her co-writing of “Multimedia Text Sets: Changing the Shape and Engagement of Learning” (2010, published …

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