Monday, May 13, 2013
Two residents have qualified for membership in Phi Beta Kappa.
The following Lake Forest College students from Buffalo Grove will be inducted into the Lake Forest College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa this spring: Phi Beta Kappa is an academic honor society dedicated to the recognition of superior academic achievement in the liberal arts and sciences. The Lake Forest College chapter was founded in 1962 and contains both faculty and student members. Each year, faculty members elect student members on the basis of outstanding academic achievement.
Monday, May 6, 2013
Kayla Huber will study cells as a Richter Scholar at Lake Forest College.
Buffalo Grove resident Kayla Huber was selected as a Richter Scholar at Lake Forest College. Huber will work on a biology research project with Professor Douglas Light titled, "Regulation of Cell Volume in Red Blood Cells." Huber will investigate the biological mechanisms that allow a cell to control its size. The Richter Apprentice Scholar Program offers a unique research opportunity to a small group of outstanding students early in their college careers. During the summer between their first and second years, Richter Scholars are employed as apprentice scholars working one-on-one with faculty members conducting independent research. Huber, a graduate of Buffalo Grove High School, is expected to graduate from Lake Forest College in 2016.
Sunday, November 18, 2012
Buffalo Grove resident joins host family in France.
Sunday, November 18, 2012
Lake Forest College student Anna Kogan of Buffalo Grove is spending the fall 2012 semester studying abroad in Paris with the Lake Forest Paris Program. This fall semester program in the City of Light includes class sessions at historic Paris sites, a two-credit internship, intensive language study, and living with a French host family. Kogan is a graduate of Adlai E Stevenson High School and a member of Lake Forest College's Class of 2013. Lake Forest College is a national liberal arts institution located 30 miles north of downtown Chicago. The College has 1,500 students representing 48 states and 79 countries.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
These four students received scholarships to attend Lake Forest College.
The following students from Buffalo Grove received scholarships to attend Lake Forest College this fall: Kayla Huber was awarded an In-State Scholarship, given to well-qualified Illinois high school graduates and the Patterson Academic Scholarship, recognizing students with exemplary academic achievement. Huber is expected to graduate in 2016. Huber attended Buffalo Grove High School. Samantha Milecki was awarded the Forester Forever Scholarship, recognizing students who have an association with an alumnus of Lake Forest College to celebrate the Forester community and network of alumni support and an In-State Scholarship, given to well-qualified Illinois high school graduates. Milecki is expected to graduate in 2016. Milecki attended …