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Ripon’s FLASH Internship program a finalist for national honors

Ripon College’s FLASH Internship program of the Center for Career and Professional Development is one of nine nominees for Most Innovative Career Initiatives at Colleges […]

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Japanese-American incarcerations during World War II focus of poster exhibit

“Righting a Wrong: Japanese-Americans and World War II,” a poster exhibit, is on view through April 3 in the Ripon College Museum in West Hall. […]

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Ripon College educator expands her influence by training teachers of the future

Director of Teacher Education Jean Rigden focuses her energy on building future teachers that, in turn, expand the horizons of future generations of students. Her […]

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‘Touchable art’ collection will teach museum studies students new perspectives

A collection of touchable art to promote and teach about the creation of art for the visually impaired is being assembled by Travis Nygard, associate […]

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Grant from National Science Foundation advancing chemistry research

A grant of $400,400 has been awarded to a program of the Midwestern Undergraduate Computational Chemistry Consortium (MU3C), of which Ripon College is a part. […]

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Henrik Schatzinger publishes study on federal contracting

“The Influence of Corporate Lobbying on Federal Contracting,” by Henrik Schatzinger, associate professor of politics and government and co-director of the Center for Politics and […]

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Ripon College places on prestigious rankings lists

Ripon College is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to several recent rankings. Ripon is recognized in The Princeton Review’s Best […]

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Rebecca Matzke named interim vice president and dean of faculty

Ripon College announced the appointment of Professor of History Rebecca Matzke as interim vice president and dean of faculty. Matzke, who has served on the Ripon […]

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Catalyst curriculum featured in Insight magazine

Ripon College’s Catalyst curriculum was featured Aug. 1 in Insight magazine’s August issue focusing on educational innovation. “Tailored teaching: Higher Ed Institutions craft programming to […]

A.J. Zayia, left; Jean Rigden, director of teacher education at Ripon College; Michael Schmitt

Ripon College helps recognize state teachers, including A.J. Zayia ’15

Ripon College and the Wisconsin Association of Colleges for Teacher Education recently honored outstanding educators in the state. Anthony “A.J.” Zayia graduated from Ripon College […]

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Ripon College joins CLC’s Guaranteed Transfer Admission program

Ripon College and College of Lake County, a community college in Grayslake, Illinois, have approved a Guaranteed Transfer Admission agreement for students who want to […]

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Flint whistleblower Marc Edwards to deliver keynote at Ripon College Commencement, May 19

Marc Edwards, civil and environmental engineer and the lead investigative scientist uncovering the 2001-2004 D.C. lead contamination and the 2014-2016 Flint water crisis, will provide […]

Mitra Kermani '20, left, and Andrea Young

Love of mathematics bonds Mitra Kermani ’20 and teacher Andrea Young

Mathematics is the foundation for the strong relationship between Mitra Kermani ’20 of Louisville, Colorado, and Andrea Young, associate professor of mathematical sciences and acting […]

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Sarah Mahler Kraaz edits new book about music and war

Sarah Mahler Kraaz, professor of music, College organist and the William Harley Barber Distinguished Professor, has edited the book Music and War in the United […]

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Ripon receives National Science Foundation grant to study quantitative reasoning

A team of Ripon College faculty has received a National Science Foundation grant of $297,715 for the project “Building Capacity for Interdisciplinary Quantitative Reasoning Instruction.” […]

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Ripon No. 1 in state, No. 15 in nation for economics program

Ripon College has placed first in the state of Wisconsin and 15th in the nation among all colleges and universities offering economics programs. The 2019 […]