Public Colleges and Universities

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LA CROSSE, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN. See under Wisconsin System, University of.

LAKE SUPERIOR STATE COLLEGE. Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan 49783 (906) 632-6841. Fort Brady, a U.S. Army post in Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan, dating from 1822, was deactivated in 1944. The state of Michigan assumed control of the property in 1946 and presented it to Michigan College of Mining and Technology (later Michigan Technological University*), which established a branch campus on the site. Sault Branch of Michigan College of Mining and Technology opened in 1946 with 272 students and H. W. Risteen as director ( 1946-1947). One of the original barracks was destroyed by fire in 1962. The institution was named Lake Superior State College of Michigan Technological University on July 1, 1965, and Kenneth James Shouldice was appointed director. In 1966 it became a four-year, degree-granting institution with Shouldice serving as the chancellor. The first baccalaureate degrees were awarded in 1967. The college became the autonomous Lake Superior State College on January 1, 1970, and Shouldice served as the first president until 1982. The 121-acre campus includes buildings from Fort Brady and new construction. Among the facilities are Brown Hall student counseling center (former Fort Brady Headquarters Building), East Hall music facility ( 1911, Fort Brady jail), Old Main administration building (Fort Brady Quartermaster Building), Library-Classroom Building, Crawford Hall of Science ( 1964), Walker Cisler Center ( 1973), James Norris Physical Education Center ( 1976), Center for Applied Science and Engineering Technology, three married student apartments, student village apartments, and seven dormitories.

Lake Superior State College is a public, coeducational, residential and commuter college that operates on the quarter academic calendar with summer sessions. In the 1980s there were 3,500 students with a faculty of 115. The college is organized into the School of Arts and Social Sciences, School of Science and

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Notes x
  • A 1
  • B 43
  • C 59
  • D 151
  • E 161
  • F 181
  • G 209
  • H 241
  • I 253
  • J 289
  • K 297
  • L 317
  • M 349
  • N 449
  • O 601
  • P 635
  • Q 651
  • R 653
  • S 669
  • T 733
  • U 799
  • W 833
  • Y 911
  • Appendix 1: Years Founded 915
  • Appendix 2: Location by States 939
  • Appendix 3: Land-Grant Institutions 955
  • Appendix 4: Specialized Institutions 957
  • Index 961
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