Doss ’57 Featured in Profile

Ulysses Doss ’57 was featured in The Missoulian, a Montana newspaper, in an article about the founding of the University of Montana’s Black Studies Program. Doss graduated from Ripon College with a double major in Psychology and Classics before continuing his education at Boston University and Northwestern University.

In 1968, he started the Black Studies Program at the University of Montana amidst the ongoing civil rights movement in the United States. The article discusses his role, some of the challenges he faced in establishing the program, and the evolution and survival of the program through numerous challenges.

To read the full article on the Missoulian website, click here.


To read more stories of Ripon College alumni in the news, click here.

[retweet]


Related Posts

Thomas Bachhuber and his book cover

Book addresses spirituality, self-understanding in career development

The second edition of a career development and spiritual companion for those in a job, career or retirement transition has been released by Thomas Bachhuber […]

Khattim Boyd '06

Khaatim Boyd ’06 supports Ripon to bring transformative experiences to others

Becoming a student at Ripon College changed the life of Khaatim Boyd ’06 of Lansing, Michigan, and ever since graduating he has sought to help […]

Alice Archabal '89

Alice Archabal appointed to executive role with United Way Worldwide

Alice Archabal ’89 of Northbrook, Illinois, a member of the Ripon College Board of Trustees, has been appointed the executive vice president and chief development […]

Jeffrey H. Ryan '80 and his book cover

Book by Jeffrey H. Ryan ’80 about America’s public lands due out in September

Jeffrey H. Ryan ’80 of South Portland, Maine has a new hardcover book coming out Sept. 1, 2022. This Land Was Saved for You and […]