Since 1946, LSSU has had seven chief executive officers. In the Sault Branch era, the position was "director".
With the institution's autonomy in 1966 as a four-year college, came a title change - first to chancellor and
then to president.
"Lake Superior State is the only robotics program of its kind in the country. I can work up any research or senior project idea with a professor or my advisor. I studied for a year in Japan through LSSU's connection with the Japan Center for Michigan Universities, and became fluent in Japanese. A Japanese company called Fanuc makes most of the robots in our lab. I'd like to roll my senior research project into a career with Fanuc that bridges the two countries and cultures."