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Steve Galster

‘Preventing the Next Pandemic’ to be discussed at Ripon College Wednesday

The talk “Preventing the Next Pandemic” will be presented Wednesday, Sept. 8, at Ripon College. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m. in Kresge Little […]

Valerie Doorbos, Shreeya Gautam

Summer fellowship boosted students’ experience in sustainability

Shreeya Gautam ’21 of Kathmandu, Nepal, and Valerie Doornbos ‘21 of Allendale, Michigan, both took part in fellowships with the Summer Institute on Sustainability and […]

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COVID-19 provides experiential learning for ‘History of Natural Disasters’ class

It’s experiential learning at its finest. Students in the History of Natural Disasters (HIS 385/ENV 385) class have found themselves in the midst of a […]

Valerie Doornbos '21

Research experience allows Valerie Doornbos ’21 to present at national conference

After a summer participating in a research program in Pennsylvania, Valerie Doornbos ’21 of Allendale Michigan, presented about her work at a conference in September. […]

Attendees of the sustainability conference

Sustainability conference offers attendees new ideas for collaboration

Three faculty members and six students attended the Upper Midwest Association for Campus Sustainability conference in September at Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota. They were Alice […]

Sarah Frohardt-Lane

Sarah Frohardt-Lane has chapter in new book

Sarah Frohardt-Lane, assistant professor of history and director of environmental studies, has a chapter in an edited volume of environmental histories of World War II. […]

Marc Edwards

Commencement speaker Marc Edwards: Have courage to lead a ‘life well lived’

On a cold and rainy Sunday, the spirit and pride of the 153rd graduating class of Ripon College remained high. During the ceremony, 152 students […]

Photograph of a controlled burn

Controlled burns, habitat renewal in Wisconsin highlighted in photography exhibit

Firelines: Humans and Habitat Renewal, photographs of controlled burns in Wisconsin, is on display through May 19 in East Hall Gallery, first floor, on the […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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Sustainability in the workplace focus of panel at Ripon College Feb. 27

A panel of sustainability experts will be featured at a meeting of the Wisconsin Association of Energy Engineers (WAEE) at Ripon College Feb. 27. The […]

Vanessa Lamb '03

Love for the environment spurs the work of Vanessa Lamb ’03

Environmental work at Ripon College, both inside and outside of the classroom, was a principal draw for Vanessa Lamb ’03, who majored in environmental studies. […]

Mark DeDina '07

With seed planted at Ripon, Mark DeDina ’07 fulfills his passion to protect the environment

“You can’t teach passion; you can only plant the seed,” says Mark DeDina ’07 of Hampshire, Illinois. With the seed planted at Ripon and nurtured […]

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 […]

Michael Timm '04, right, at work

Liberal arts grounding leads Michael Timm ’04 to seek to change the world

There was something about Ripon College that captured the attention of a young Michael Timm ’04 while sorting through college mailers. He found a “charm” […]