Zachary Muench ’16 receives research grant
Zachary Muench ’16, a chemistry-biology and religion major from Franklin, Wisconsin, was awarded $770 from the Beta Beta Beta Research Foundation for his senior seminar project “Validation of testosterone metabolite measurements in the Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis): Nestling response to GnRH challenge.”
Memuna Khan, associate professor of biology, is his faculty research adviser.
Seventeen students collaborated with Professor of Chemistry Joe Scanlon and Associate Professor of Chemistry Patrick Willoughby on ground-breaking research that resulted in a published article […]
The Ripon College community is growing. As of Aug. 27, we welcome a class of 250 first-year students and nine transfer students. This compares to […]
When Chase Polyak ’25 of Lombard, Illinois, starts at Ripon College as a freshman this fall, she brings with her some touching family connections. She […]
Ripon College’s inaugural Momentum Leadership Fellows Program launched Monday with 26 participating students and will run for three weeks up to the start of the […]