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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 […]

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, […]

Laura Schultz '93

Musical activities of Laura Schultz ’93 featured in newsletter

A personal profile of Laura Schultz ’93 is featured in the July issue of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia newsletter. The newsletter’s Off Campus series […]

Paul Neuberger ’05 to host new show on RightNow Media

Paul Neuberger ’05 of Colgate, Wisconsin, is the host of new show on RightNow Media debuting Friday, April 23. “Faith at Work” will feature executives […]

Virtual collaboration with alumna opens up new avenues for chemistry students

Carrie Donley ’98, director of the Chapel Hill Analytical and Nanofabrication Laboratory at the University of North Carolina (UNC), interacted with students in the Chemistry […]

Jenan Kharbush '09

International Day of Women and Girls in Science: Jenan Kharbush ‘09

The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is celebrated today, Feb. 11, by resolution of the United Nations General Assembly. In recognition of […]

Zachary Morris ’02 co-leads UW team earning $12.5 million grant to combat metastatic cancer

Today is World Cancer Day, observed each Feb. 4. It is organized by the Union for International Cancer Control to rally the international community “to […]

Patrick Willoughby

Sabbatical research expands collaboration horizons for Patrick Willoughby

As part of a sabbatical experience spanning January through August 2020, Associate Professor of Chemistry Patrick Willoughby helped develop new enzyme-catalyzed chemical reactions. The work […]

Joseph Scanlon

Research work with professors helps students develop skills

Joe Scanlon, associate professor of chemistry, worked with five students on research over the summer. Alisha Harvat ’21 of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, Caitlin McNulty ’21 of […]

Thomas Broman '76

Thomas Broman ’76 will talk about cancer via Zoom Nov. 11

Trustee Thomas Broman ’76 of Barneveld, Wisconsin, will speak via Zoom Nov. 11 for Barbara Sisson’s “Biology of Cancer” class. He will discuss President Richard […]

Julia Goeks ’21 continues a legacy at Ripon College

Julia Goeks, a senior from Lake Forest, Illinois, is the fourth-generation member of her family to attend Ripon College. “I take that as a sign […]

Kirsten Funk '21

Summer research allows Kirsten Funk ’21 to work collaboratively with professors

Despite restrictions because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kirsten Funk ’21 of Menasha, Wisconsin, was able to participate in two summer research opportunities. Through the Keck […]

Kiera Robe '21

Adapted research strategies bring unexpected benefits and insights for Kiera Robe ’21

Conducting research during the era of COVID-19 was challenging, but also brought unexpected benefits, says Kiera Robe ’21 of Oshkosh, Wisconsin. During the summer, Robe […]

Maya Petersen '20

We’re still here: Maya Petersen ’20

Maya Petersen ’20 of Emerald, Wisconsin, plans to take a gap year to gain some work experience before attending either medical school or graduate school […]

Gabriella Mraz '20

We’re still here: Gabriella Mraz ’20

After graduation, Gabriella Mraz ’20 of Wind Lake, Wisconsin, will be applying to dental schools. At Ripon, she is majoring in chemistry-biology. “An important lesson […]

Miye Aoki-Kramer '20

We’re still here: Miye Aoki-Kramer ’20

In the fall, Miye Aoki-Kramer ’20 of Seattle, Washington, plans to student teach. She is a biology major with minors in chemistry and educational studies. […]