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Maria Haskins, Renee Gralewicz,

Indigenous right to vote to be discussed Oct. 18 at Ripon College

The indigenous right to vote will be the focus of a discussion Oct. 18 at Ripon College. Renee Gralewicz, an elder and peacemaker for the […]

Photos, clockwise from top left: Chelsea Grahn Andrews, Rebecca Leuenberger and Kristine Kovack-Lesh

Kovack-Lesh, two alumnae contribute to article published in journal

Professor of Psychology Kristine A. Kovack-Lesh had an article published this summer with Ripon College alumnae and other collaborators. “Inconsistent flanker congruency effects across stimulus […]

John P. Harden

Research by John P. Harden examines relationship between presidential narcissism, length of wars

A recent study by Assistant Professor of Political Science John P. Harden has been receiving widespread media attention. “Looking Like a Winner: Leader Narcissism and […]

Kevin Sheridan '82

Liberal arts taught Kevin Sheridan ’82 to pivot successfully

The flexibility a liberal arts education affords its graduates allowed Kevin Sheridan ’82 of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, to pivot successfully during and after the […]

Ben Fisher, Theta Chi Scholar Athlete Award Recipient

Benjamin Fisher ’23 earns top award from international fraternity

Benjamin Fisher ’23 of Waupun, Wisconsin, won the Theta Chi fraternity’s 2021/2022 James Ralph “Shug” Jordan Award which he received at the 166th Anniversary Convention […]

Trumpeter and composer Chad McCullough

Unique movie/music event will open Chamber Music and Jazz series Oct. 14

A unique event will open the Chamber Music and Jazz at Ripon series Friday, Oct. 14, at Ripon College. It will feature a showing of […]

Martin Farrell

Martin Farrell will present discussion about Quad Alliance Oct. 4

Professor Emeritus of Politics and Government Martin Farrell will present a talk at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 4 at Mead Public Library, 710 N. Eighth St., […]

Alaura Lemieux '20

Alaura Lemieux ’20 is research associate for COVID-19 testing for CDC studies

Alaura Lemieux of Luck, Wisconsin, is a research associate at the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute, the main lab contracted to do the bulk of testing […]

Robin Forbes-Lorman, left and Miye Aoki-Kramer '20 working in a lab

Faculty, student have paper published on BioOne.org

Associate Professor of Biology Robin Forbes-Lorman and Miye Aoki-Kramer ’20 of Seattle, Washington, had a paper published on BioOne.org, a database of research in the […]

Abbigail Grieger ’22, Sierra Thein ’22, Patrick Willoughby

Patrick Willoughby, two alumni contribute to published paper

Associate Professor of Chemistry Patrick Willoughby has a paper published by ACS Publications. Two of the student co-authors are Ripon College alumnae: Sierra Thein ’22 […]

Candice North '04

Changing the World: Candice North ’04 addresses critical needs at home and abroad

Candice North ’04 of Carmichael, California, is a first-generation student who grew up in rural Montana. At Ripon College, she majored in biology. At the […]

Chris Reed-Waddell, Ripon College Class of 2007

Changing the World: Christopher Reed-Waddell ’07 serves during crises

Christopher Reed-Waddell ’07 took an early interest in making the world a better place. At Ripon, he majored in communication and philosophy, and he later […]

Alexis Riggs, Ripon College Class of 2021

Changing the World: Alexis Riggs ’21 aims to serve those with disabilities

Alexis Riggs ’21 of Madison, Wisconsin, had challenges as she prepared to achieve her dream of higher education. She is a first-generation college student from […]

Rob Needham, Ripon College Class of 1986

Changing the World: Robert Needham ’86 oversees American interests in northern Italy

Currently Consul General at the U.S. Consulate General in Milan, Italy, Robert Needham ’86 has long been a citizen of the world. He was born […]

Gregg Petersen '78, left, and Nancy Buck Hintz '82

Ripon College connections lead Gregg Petersen ’78 to supporting bird conservation

Gregg Petersen ’78 of Columbia, Maryland, says that he grew up as a “bird nerd.” After retiring as a defense consultant in 2015, he spent […]

Ann Pleiss-Morris

Ann Pleiss Morris has chapter in newly released book

Associate Professor of English Ann Pleiss Morris has a chapter in the book Trauma-Informed Pedagogy: Addressing Gender-Based Violence in the Classroom, published this summer. The […]