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Lisa Mahnke '92

Lisa Mahnke ’92 takes on new role at Bicycle Therapeutics

Lisa Mahnke ’92 of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, was profiled in a release on the Associated Press Business Wire May 9, 2019. Mahnke has joined Bicycle […]

The Henkel family

Discipline leads alumni from professional careers to art of taekwondo

After training in and teaching taekwondo for more than 30 years, Mark Henkel ’70 and Hilde Bormann Henkel ’73 of Rudolph, Wisconsin, now run Stevens […]

Marc Edwards

Flint whistleblower Marc Edwards to deliver keynote at Ripon College Commencement, May 19

Marc Edwards, civil and environmental engineer and the lead investigative scientist uncovering the 2001-2004 D.C. lead contamination and the 2014-2016 Flint water crisis, will provide […]

Joseph Sandrin '73 in the field in Saudi Arabia

Alumnus Joe Sandrin to discuss Saudi Arabia’s post-Gulf War environmental remediation, restoration

Joe Sandrin ’73 will share his insights into environmental remediation and restoration in Saudi Arabia, Wednesday, April 3, at 4:30 p.m. in East Hall’s Kresge […]

Bryan Nell

Being a good educator means continuing to learn for Bryan Nell ’09

During his junior year of high school, Bryan Nell ’09, now of Morris, Minnesota, visited Ripon College as a delegate to Badger Boys State. He […]

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 […]

Confidence, skills gained at Ripon lead to entrepreneurial endeavors

A Ripon College education “unlocked his potential,” according to Fred Kiekhaefer ’69 of Castle Rock, Colorado. At Ripon, Kiekhaefer discovered his affinity for physics and […]

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 […]

Joseph Sandrin '73 in the field in Saudi Arabia

Joseph Sandrin ’73 tackles environmental restoration in Saudi Arabia

A favorite high school teacher alerted Joseph Sandrin ’73 to the possibility of attending Ripon College. “Her son was attending Ripon, and the school just […]

Jake Baus '18

Ripon College gave Jake Baus ’18 opportunity to explore many fields

An individualized education and sense of community drew Jake Baus ’18 to Ripon College. Baus, of Mount Calvary, Wisconsin, felt right at home in with […]

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Ripon No. 1 in state for how much graduates earn, according to U.S. Department of Education

Ripon College has been named the No. 1 school in Wisconsin whose grads earn the most in mean wages 10 years after graduation. The study, […]

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Computational chemistry research connects students with real-world application

Todd Petersen ’19 of Emerald, Wisconsin, presented research at the Midwest Undergraduate Computational Chemistry Consortium (MU3C) conference, hosted at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. […]

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Robert Enright ’17 becomes National Science Foundation Fellow

Robert Enright ’17 of Stevens Point, Wisconsin is a recipient of the 2018 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) award. The NSF […]

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Graduate student has article published in scientific journal

Larry Honaker ’11, a graduate student at the University of Luxembourg in Europe, has had an article published in Langmuir, a scientific journal. At Ripon […]

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$300,000 science grant will benefit summer research students

Brett Barwick, associate professor of physics and the Harrison E. Farnsworth 1918 Chair in Physics, has received a $300,000, three-year grant from the National Science […]