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Julia Meyers-Manor

Study by Julia Meyers-Manor cited in news article

Work by Associate Professor of Psychology Julia Meyers-Manor was cited in the article “Do Dogs Recognize Sadness?,” published recently by Newsweek, Washington Newsday and other […]

Jahaira Gonzalez ’23 to learn Indonesian through Project GO

Jahaira Gonzalez ’23 of Round Lake Beach, Illinois, has been awarded a scholarship to participate in Project GO and learn Indonesian over the summer. Project […]

Julia Meyers-Manor

Animals in the classroom: Using animals to teach comparative psychology

Associate Professor of Psychology Julia Meyers-Manor published an article, Animal Farm: Using Common Domestic Animals to Teach about Comparative Psychology, in the International Journal of […]

Professor, student present poster at virtual biennial meeting

A poster by Addison Lindsey ’21 of Nunica, Michigan, and Professor of Psychology Kristine Kovack-Lesh was presented this week at the virtual 73rd biennial meeting […]

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Micaela Rivera ’21 third author on paper receiving national attention

Micaela Rivera ’21 of River Falls, Wisconsin, is the third author on research that came out in the prestigious journal Proceedings of the Royal Society […]

Students gain valuable experience presenting at virtual conferences

Kiera Robe ’21 of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and Brianna Bembenek ’22 of Campbellsport, Wisconsin, found new opportunities during virtual conference presentations this fall. Robe is majoring […]

Candice North ’04 helps orphaned children in Ghana get an education

In Ghana, K-12 education is not free, so orphaned children tend not to attend school unless someone sponsors them. Candice North ’04 is addressing that […]

Julia Meyers-Manor and students in lab with dog

Julia Meyers-Manor publishes further research on dog empathy

Julia Meyers-Manor, associate professor of psychology, has a new publication published in the Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology. “A shoulder to cry on: Heart rate […]

Preston Wurtz '22

Preston Wurtz ’22 carries on a family tradition of attending Ripon College

As a virtual Family Weekend kicks off this week, we will be recognizing some of our Legacy students, those who had a family member or […]

Hanan Majid

International student learns about U.S. elections with a CPP internship grant

Through an internship this summer, Hanan Majid ’22 worked with Nate Zimdars (D), who is running for the 41st district of the state assembly. To […]

Addison Lindsey '21 in a mask

Online fellowship provides research experience for Addison Lindsey ’21

A summer fellowship through the Associated Colleges of the Midwest Graduate School Exploration Fellows program has provided valuable experience for Addison Lindsey ’21 of Nunica, […]

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 […]

Abby Korb and Kamala Harris

Abby Korb ’20 recalls campaign encounter with Sen. Kamala Harris

In the summer of 2018, Abby Korb ’20 of Burlington, Wisconsin, had a personal experience with Kamala Harris, D-Calif., the newly named running mate of […]

Katelyn Kabacinski '20

We’re still here: Katelyn Kabacinski ’20

This summer, Katelyn Kabacinski ’20 of Green Bay, Wisconsin, will begin an accelerated BSN program at Bellin College in Green Bay to become a registered […]

Megan Rupnik '20

We’re still here: Megan Rupnik ’20

In the fall, Megan Rupnik ’20 of Delavan, Wisconsin, will be attending the University of Nevada, Reno’s Interdisciplinary Social Psychology Ph.D. program. She is a […]

Kitara Harsh '20

We’re still here: Kitara Harsh ’20

The COVID-19 pandemic has put some future plans on hold for Ripon College senior Kitara Harsh of Montello, Wisconsin. She says, “I will be entering […]