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Since graduating from LSSU's Communication program in 2008, Ben has enjoyed success in the insurance industry due in part to the skills he learned at LSSU. He currently is an Operations Supervisor for Farmers Insurance Group in Grand Rapids, MI and leads a team of 15 in a direct to customer contact center. The department plays a major role in Farmer's market strategy by supporting the local agent distribution channel with extended hours via phone and chat. "The interpersonal and organizational communication skills I learned at LSSU are used on a daily basis in insurance. Insurance is an intangible product that is more of an interpersonal relationship between the policy holder and the company", says Ben. "My primary job is coaching team members to effectively analyze and communicate complex situations in a way our customers understand using straightforward and proactive interaction models. The curriculum at LSSU not only prepared in my current job, but also prepared me to know how to transfer these skills to my team."

Ben Momber - BA Communication 2008

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LSSU offers over 16 scholarships related to the nursing field.

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Kerri Collins
Lake Superior State University student Kerri Collins accepts the Tendercare Endowment from LSSU past President Rodney Lowman, left, and Steven Merrill, LSSU's Dean of Nursing. Presentation was made during the annual War Memorial Hospital Banquet held at Lake Superior State. This endowment was established in 1994 with a bequest from a client of an Indiana-affiliated facility to Tendercare (Michigan) Inc., Michigan’s largest long-term care provider. The gift was donated to LSSU to go to students who major in a health care field. Recipients must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and have completed 26 or more LSSU credits. Collins is a junior from Watton, Mich. Not pictured is co-recipient Meishela Huddle, a junior from Sidney, Mich.

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I-500 scholarship
Lake Superior State University Dean of Nursing Steve Merrill presents Licensed Practical Nursing Graduate Michelle Savoie of Pickford with the first I-500 Parking Committee Scholarship Award during pinning ceremonies last August. The fund is available to Eastern Upper Peninsula nursing students who are in their third semester of LSSU’s LPN program.

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