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Erin Bryan

Research by Erin K. Bryan selected for national poster presentation

Research by Erin K. Bryan, assistant professor of music and voice area coordinator, has been selected for a poster paper presentation at the 2022 National […]

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Brian Bockelman contributes chapter to new book about mapping nature

A book with a chapter by Professor of History Brian Bockelman made “The Shortlist” of readings recommended by The New York Times on Dec. 3, […]

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Travis Nygard publishes journal article about Maya computations

Travis Nygard, associate professor of art history and co-director of the Caestecker Gallery, has published the article “Complex Maya Computations: Math, Time, Astronomy, and Hieroglyphs” […]

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Nicholas Eastman, Ethan Hansen ’23 collaborate for article in academic journal, conference presentation

Nicholas Eastman, assistant professor of educational studies, and Ethan Hansen ’23 of Raymond, Wisconsin, collaborated for an article in the forthcoming issue of the academic […]

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Professor of Biology Memuna Khan, students publish paper in journal

Memuna Khan, professor of biology, and several students published a paper in the August 2021 issue of the journal Northeastern Naturalist. “Do We Impact Neighboring […]

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Study on dog empathy by Julia Meyers-Manor cited on nationalgeographic.com

Research from a 2020 paper on dog empathy, “A shoulder to cry on: Heart rate variability and empathetic behavioral responses to crying and laughing in […]

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Undergraduate research leads to new discoveries in chemistry for students, professors

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 […]

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Study by Julia Meyers-Manor cited in news article

Work by Associate Professor of Psychology Julia Meyers-Manor was cited in the article “Do Dogs Recognize Sadness?,” published recently by Newsweek, Washington Newsday and other […]

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Study examines how educational experience impacts voting

“Inquiry into the educational implications of voting practices of young adults in U.S. mid-term elections,” a paper co-written by Matthew Knoester, associate professor of educational […]

Robert Wallace

Robert Wallace publishes new research on rotifers

“A meta-analysis of benthic rotifer community structure as a function of lake trophic state,” to which Robert L. Wallace, professor emeritus of biology, contributed, was […]

Two students earn TriBeta Research Grant awards

Stephanie Boahen ’21 of Accra, Ghana, and Brianna Bembenek ’22 of Campbellsport, Wisconsin, each earned a 2020-2021 TriBeta Research Grant from Beta, Beta, Beta, the […]

Camrie Schmitz ’21 repeats Ripon success with winning sociology paper

Camrie Schmitz ’21 of Kiel, Wisconsin, received first place in the 2020 undergraduate paper competition of the Wisconsin Sociological Association. Schmitz won for her Senior […]

Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium funded student research this year

A grant from the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium funded two student research projects this year. Christina Othon, associate professor of physics, applied for the grant […]

Julia Meyers-Manor

Animals in the classroom: Using animals to teach comparative psychology

Associate Professor of Psychology Julia Meyers-Manor published an article, Animal Farm: Using Common Domestic Animals to Teach about Comparative Psychology, in the International Journal of […]

Professor, student present poster at virtual biennial meeting

A poster by Addison Lindsey ’21 of Nunica, Michigan, and Professor of Psychology Kristine Kovack-Lesh was presented this week at the virtual 73rd biennial meeting […]

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Micaela Rivera ’21 third author on paper receiving national attention

Micaela Rivera ’21 of River Falls, Wisconsin, is the third author on research that came out in the prestigious journal Proceedings of the Royal Society […]