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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, […]

Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium funded student research this year

A grant from the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium funded two student research projects this year. Christina Othon, associate professor of physics, applied for the grant […]

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 […]

Junmo Kwon '20

We’re still here: Junmo Kwon ’20

Junmo Kwon ’20 of Chicago, Illinois, will attend Illinois College of Optometry after he graduates this month. He is majoring in chemistry-biology with a minor […]

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 […]

Julia Goeks '21, left, and Christina Othon

Work by Christina Othon, Julia Goeks ’21 highlighted in several presentations

A paper about small biopreservative sugars by Christina Othon, associate professor of physics, Julia Goeks ’21 of Lake Forest, Illinois, and coauthors has been published […]

Brett Barwick

Brett Barwick co-writes article on ultrafast electron vortex beams

Brett Barwick, associate professor of physics and the Harrison E. Farnsworth 1918 Chair in Physics, is co-author of an article published in Nature Materials. “Using […]

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 […]

Students with their rocket

Rocket team takes part in statewide competition

The Ripon College rocket team participated in The Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium Collegiate Rocket Launch competition Sunday, April 28, at the Richard Bong State Recreation […]

Photographic image of a black hole

Ripon alumna Ann Ewing ’41 coined the term ‘black hole’ in space terminology

The first-ever image of a black hole, a space phenomenon located in a distant galaxy, was released Wednesday with details published in Astrophysical Journal Letters. […]

Michael Gableman '16

Ripon education gifted Michael Gableman ’16 with personal, professional advantages

Michael Gableman ’16 of Greendale, Wisconsin, credits three major factors for his decision to attend Ripon College: the vast range of courses available, the natural […]

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 […]

Photo of Harwood Memorial Union with clouds and sun

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, […]

Photo of Mary Williams-Norton

Professor of physics emerita Mary Williams-Norton publishes article about teaching

Mary Williams-Norton, professor of physics emerita, had an article published in the quarterly spring issue of Radiations, the official publication of the Sigma Pi Sigma […]

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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 […]

Brett Barwick equipment

$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 […]