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Peter Pietrangelo of Sault Ste. Marie presented a research paper at the 2010 John Burroughs Nature Writing Conference and Seminar held during the summer at the State University of New York in Oneonta. The conference, "Old Lessons for a New Millennium: Nature Writing and Environmentalism in the 21st Century," focused on the work of writers who contributed to the early conservation movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the work of contemporary writers who are exerting an influence on the development of early 21st century environmentalism. Read more

Peter Pietrangelo ('10)
Liberal Studies, concentrations in both English and professional communication

College of Arts, Letters, Social Sciences & Emergency Services

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Paige Gordier
Paige Gordier, Ph.D
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Office: LBR 304
Phone: (906) 635-2749
Fax: (906) 635-2766

Ms. Sheri Garee, Academic Secretary

The mission of the College of Arts, Letters, Social Sciences & Emergency Services to maximize student potential in their chosen disciplines. We commit ourselves to send them forth prepared to engage the world around them with well-founded confidence as they embark upon post-collegiate life and career. Our award-winning, stimulating faculty offers unique and challenging programs focused on providing the best possible preparation for post-graduation endeavors. The college prepares students both for career entry and post-baccalaureate study in a way that maximizes their personal growth in the blends of creative, expressive, analytic, and critical capabilities appropriate to their disciplines. Our graduates are prepared for advanced study and careers in private enterprise, public service, and education.

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Brian Applegate

LSSU's dedicated three-story fire lab made all the difference to Brian Applegate. "Our certification training classes offered real situations," Brian says. Students practice victim search techniques while controlling and extinguishing fires. Applegate says his favorite exercise was the live fire flashover simulation. "We saw how fires evolved as they burned," he says. "Itís as close as you can get to the real thing." [ more ]

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