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Alaura Lemieux '20

We’re still here: Alaura Lemieux ’20

Alaura Lemieux ’20 of Luck, Wisconsin, plans to take a gap year after graduation in May to work and apply to graduate schools. She plans […]

Adam Wronski '20

We’re still here: Adam Wronski ’20

After graduation in May, Adam Wronski ’20 will be working as an assistant scientist at PPD in Middleton, Wisconsin, a global contract research organization providing […]

Max Mindiola '20

We’re still here: Max Mindiola ’20

Max Mindiola ’20 of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, will fulfill a lifelong dream when he enters dental school this fall. Mindiola will be attending Creighton University […]

Ripon College science department sharing protective gear with Ripon Community COVID-19 Task Force

College helping with COVID-19 supplies for local assisted living facilities

Ripon College is doing its part to help support local assisted living facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Small facilities such as these do not have […]

Kylie Ainslie, Ripon College Class of 2011

Kylie Ainslie ’11 addresses coronavirus on television special

Kylie Ainslie ’11, research associate in influenza dynamics at Imperial College London, was among a group interviewed for “The Agenda: COVID-19 special” on CGTN (China […]

Cory Alvey '11

Ripon’s smaller campus kept Cory Alvey ’11 on pace for graduate school

Financial aid and the 80% medical school acceptance rate of Ripon College students were the deciding factors for Cory Alvey ’11 when deciding where to […]

Jenan Kharbush '09

Jenan Kharbush ’09 named Ripon College Outstanding Young Alumna

Jenan Kharbush ’09 was honored with a Ripon College Outstanding Young Alumni Award June 28 during Alumni Weekend. Kharbush is a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard […]

Zachary Morris

Zachary Morris ’02 earns $200,000 grant to help fund research

Ripon alumnus Dr. Zachary Morris ’02 recently received a prestigious scientific award of $200,000 to advance highly innovative research projects with implications for human health. […]

Bird-bat house by Mollie Oblinger

Mollie Oblinger to unveil new art installation May 25 in Milwaukee

A public art project by Mollie Oblinger, associate professor of art, will be unveiled May 25 along a newly created section of the Kinnickinnic River […]

Robert Wallace

Robert Wallace has chapter in revised edition of book

Robert Wallace, professor of biology and the Patricia and Philip McCullough 1969 Professor in Biology, is a co-author of a chapter in the recently published […]

Liz McHone Alvey '11

Elizabeth McHone Alvey ’11 is new naturalist at Wisconsin nature center

Elizabeth McHone Alvey ’11 was featured in an article March 31, 2019, in the Kenosha News (Wisconsin) newspaper. Alvey is the new naturalist at Pringle […]

Rachel Zeman

Grounding at Ripon College expanded into a nursing career for Rachel Zeman ’14

A strong sense of community in the classroom and on the field inspired Rachel Zeman ’14 of Chicago, Illinois, to attend Ripon College. “When making […]

Raymond Allen '15

Raymond Allen ’15 earns Dean’s Award at Duke University

Raymond Allen ’15 of Durham, North Carolina, was featured on the website of Duke University’s graduate school March 11, 2019. Allen, a Ph.D. candidate in […]

McKenna Meza

Ripon education supports advancement toward nursing degree

Ripon College’s comprehensive educational offerings and off-campus experiences have prepared McKenna Meza ’19 well for an accelerated nursing program after graduation from Ripon. Meza, of […]

Sam Sondalle '11

Sam Sondalle ’11 publishes research work

Sam Sondalle ’11 of New Haven, Connecticut, has a significant publication in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The paper, “Fanconi anemia protein […]

Katie and Josh Kraemer

Love blossomed amid love of sports for Kraemers at Ripon College

Josh Kraemer ’09 and Katie Krueger Kraemer ’09 lived, learned and fell in love together at Ripon College. For both, the promise of continuing their […]