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Ross Oberschlake '07

Ripon College foundation provides path to dentistry for Ross Oberschlake ’07

The path to dentistry for Dr. Ross Oberschlake ’07 was built on a foundation made at Ripon College. “Taking key courses through the biology and […]

Cydney Pittenger '22, left, and Lydia Fredrick '23

Lydia Fredrick ’23, Cydney Pittenger ’22 awarded TriBeta research grants

In both of the last two years, Ripon College students have been awarded the TriBeta Biological Honors Society Research grant. Each year, TriBeta awards grants […]

Robert Wallace

Robert Wallace cites multiple recent professional activities

Robert L. “Bob” Wallace, Ph.D., professor emeritus of biology and the Patricia and Philip McCullough 1969 Professor in Biology emeritus, has been active in research […]

Robin Forbes-Lorman

Robin Forbes-Lorman publishes paper about science education

A paper co-written by Assistant Professor of Biology Robin Forbes-Lorman was published in the November/December 2022 issue of the Journal of College Science Teaching. The […]

Adam Wronski '20

Adam Wronski ’20 publishes first research paper as a Ph.D. student

A paper co-written by Adam Wronski ’20 is published in the March 2023 issue of Environmental Pollution, an international peer-reviewed journal, and is available on […]

Mike Missak '01 and his family

Jeepers! Mike Missak ’01 excels at giving back to the community through Toys for Tots

It started off simply enough. Jeep lover Mike Missak ’01 didn’t see any Jeeps at a local car show and so started his own club, […]

Kelly Millenbah '90

Kelly Millenbah ’90 becomes dean of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Michigan State

Kelly Millenbah ’90 of Mason, Michigan, has transitioned from being the interim dean to the dean of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at […]

ben grady

Ben Grady gives presentation about his research on Tiehm’s wild buckwheat

Assistant Professor of Biology Ben Grady gave an invited research presentation Oct. 17 for the biology seminar series of Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin. The title […]

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 […]

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 […]

Abby Korb, Sarah Anderson, Garrison Anderson

Three alumni among select scholars placed into prestigious Presidential Management Fellowship program

Over the past decade, three Ripon College alumni, Sarah Anderson ’10, Garrison Anderson ’16 and Abby Korb ’20, have been placed into the Presidential Management […]

Memuna Khan with bluebird

Memuna Khan publishes article in Wilson Journal of Ornithology

The paper “Social polygyny in the Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis),” by Professor of Biology Memuna Z. Khan, was published in the December 2021 volume of […]

Prof. Memuna Khan and students with bluebird

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 […]

Mary Jane Bumby '52

Mary Jane Bumby ’52 honored for work protecting Big Green Lake

Mary Jane Bumby ’52 of Green Lake, Wisconsin, recently was honored with a Watershed Hero Award from the Green Lake Association. The program recognizes community […]

Faculty, staff and students unload donations of science equipment

Ripon receives substantial gift of laboratory supplies worth more than $54,000

Ripon College has received a significant donation of laboratory assets from Luxerin Laboratories LLC in Fond du Lac. The massive donation includes equipment, chemicals, glassware, […]