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Brian Azinger

Ripon’s athletic trainers find satisfaction keeping student-athletes safe

As National Athletic Training Month in March comes to a close, we honor the athletic training program at Ripon College. Brian Azinger is the head […]

Ripon College and Marian University to examine possible partnership

Ripon College and Marian University in Fond du Lac have announced they are creating a joint working group to examine the possibility of a more […]

Celebrate the field of anthropology today!

Today, Feb.18, is World Anthropology Day, as designated by the American Anthropological Association. It “is a day for anthropologists to celebrate our discipline while sharing […]

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Ripon Returns to Green Status on Thursday, January 28

Dear Ripon community, Tomorrow morning (Thursday, Jan. 28), Ripon College will return to green status for COVID-19. Scheduled in-person classes will resume, the Commons, the […]

Role-playing games bring history to life for both teacher, students

While on sabbatical during the fall of 2019, Professor of History Diane Mockridge explored the use of immersive role-playing games to support engaged learning in […]

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Reunite Ripon: Our Plan for Spring Semester

Dear Ripon College community, We are looking forward to the opening of Ripon College’s spring 2021 semester, as scheduled,  Monday, Jan. 25. We begin the […]

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Ripon, Medical College of Wisconsin collaborate on pharmacy dual degree

A new collaboration with the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Pharmacy School in Milwaukee will allow students to earn dual degrees from Ripon College and […]

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Student Support Services awarded new $1.4 million grant

A new five-year grant of $1.4 million has been awarded to the Student Support Services program at Ripon College by the U.S. Department of Education, […]

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Transitioning to online classes from a teacher’s perspective

Transitioning to an online class format for the first time in the middle of a semester was a challenge for faculty and students alike. One […]

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Update from One Merriman Lane | Fall 2020 Academic Calendar Announcement

Dear campus community, A team of staff, faculty, and administrators have been carefully thinking through how best to preserve the Ripon College residential learning experience […]

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Ripon College reaches teach-out agreement with Holy Family College of Manitowoc

Ripon College and Holy Family College in Manitowoc have reached a teach-out agreement to accommodate Holy Family students who wish to transfer to Ripon after […]

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Outstanding achievements of faculty, staff and students recognized

Each year, thanks to the support of generous donors, Ripon College is able to recognize the outstanding achievements of faculty, staff and students at the […]

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Education students to be honored today at virtual celebration of volunteers

Because of school closures related to the COVID-19 pandemic, hundreds of K-12 students from 18 states and Canada have been taking advantage of e-tutoring services […]

Tutoring services ongoing through the end of the semester

The Franzen Center is continuing to offer tutoring assistance to students through the rest of the semester. For writing and presentation tutoring, students can submit […]

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Ripon teacher candidates will help tutor younger students online during COVID-19 pandemic

Ripon College is among a group of higher education schools in Wisconsin that is offering tutoring services across the country during the COVID-19 disruption through […]

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COVID-19 provides experiential learning for ‘History of Natural Disasters’ class

It’s experiential learning at its finest. Students in the History of Natural Disasters (HIS 385/ENV 385) class have found themselves in the midst of a […]