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Camrie Schmitz ’21 repeats Ripon success with winning sociology paper

Camrie Schmitz ’21 of Kiel, Wisconsin, received first place in the 2020 undergraduate paper competition of the Wisconsin Sociological Association. Schmitz won for her Senior […]

Jacqueline Clark

Jacqueline Clark publishes photo essay about racism, will speak in online forum March 5

Jacqueline Clark, professor of sociology, has a photo essay published in The Journal of Appalachia Studies’ most recent special Social Justice Issue. The article,“Collecting Hate: […]

Graduate who will speak Tuesday credits Ripon education for skill sets

Alexander R. Arifianto ’99, who will be a speaker during the Center for Politics and the People presentation “Can Islam Coexist with Democracy?”⁠ Tuesday, Feb. […]

Marc Eaton

Marc Eaton’s book investigates those who investigate ghosts

In the “spirit” of the Halloween season, a book by Marc Eaton, associate professor of sociology, has been released in print by Routledge. It previously […]

Michael Cohoon '21

Internship shows inner workings of local government to Michael Cohoon ’21

Michael Cohoon ’21 of Union Grove, Wisconsin, was able to take part in the political process thanks to a CPP Fellowship grant for student interns […]

Jacqueline Clark

Professor Jacqueline Clark presents ongoing research about Appalachia

“Objects of Hate: Disrupting the Whitewashing of Appalachia through Public Writing and Photography” was presented in the spring by Jacqueline Clark, professor of sociology, for […]

Johanna Wigand '20

We’re still here: Johanna Wigand ’20

Johanna Wigand ’20 of West Allis, Wisconsin, hopes to work in child welfare in Milwaukee. She is majoring in sociology with a minor in psychology. […]

Grace Larson '20

We’re still here: Grace Larson ’20

The most important lesson that Grace Larson ’20 learned during college is “that your heart can have two homes,” she says. Larson, of Coon Rapids, […]

Karl Boddy '20

We’re still here: Karl Boddy ’20

After graduation in May, Karl Boddy ’20 of Scandinavia, Wisconsin, plans to save up the funds to attend the police academy. He is majoring in […]

We’re still here: Tyler VanDeVelde ’20

After graduation in May, Tyler VanDeVelde ’20 of Genoa City, Wisconsin, will head to the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh to study for a master’s degree in […]

Ursula Dalinghaus

Study on role of cash in society published by Ursula Dalinghaus

“Virtually Irreplaceable: Cash as Public Infrastructure,” by Visiting Professor of Anthropology Ursula Dalinghaus, has been published by Cash Matters, a movement by the International Currency […]

Jenelle Simon, center, and some of her students

Passion born at Ripon bears fruit in College Possible mentorship

Helping students achieve their dream of a college education is the focus of Jenelle Simon ’15 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Since August 2016, Simon has worked […]

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Jacqueline Clark publishes two sociology blogs

Jacqueline Clark, professor of sociology, had guest blogs published recently in Sociological Images. “Hidden Black History in Appalachia” was published Feb. 20. It addresses the […]

Patrick Hoffman

Patrick Hoffman ’18 earns honor for sociology writing

Patrick Hoffman ’18 of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, placed second in the undergraduate paper competition at the annual meeting of the Wisconsin Sociological Association. His paper from […]

Marc Eaton

Marc Eaton co-edits new book on the supernatural

The Supernatural in Society, Culture, and History, a book co-edited by Associate Professor of Sociology Marc Eaton, will be published in August by Temple University […]

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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, […]