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CUUF: Teachers of Joy

December 5, 10:00 am11:30 am

The Chequamegon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (CUUF) will have a service online via Zoom where CUUF Minister Stacy Craig will deliver the message titled “Teachers of Joy.” At this service, we’ll take time to reflect on the common and extraordinary experience of joy bursting out and how to be with it…

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…a Connections curriculum. For the next two years you will attend Washington University. Upon completion, you will earn a bachelor of science from Northland and you will earn a BS in biomedical, chemical, computer, computer science, electrical, mechanical, or systems science engineering. You may choose other engineering schools accredited by…

Deer exclosure-Bayfield County

Wisconsin’s Disappearing Forest

Prof Sarah Johnson researches the botanical realities of deer browse

…regarding placing a moratorium on the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources’ “earn-a-buck” program—one of the most immediate and useful methods for controlling deer populations, according to Johnson. This program, which many state botanists and foresters supported, required that hunters shoot a doe before shooting a buck to keep the deer…

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Northland, Nicolet Signs Transfer Agreement

…that create a smooth pathway for Nicolet students to earn several specific bachelor’s degrees at Northland. These pathways are for graduates earning associate degrees in Nicolet’s Business Management, Graphic Design, Early Childhood Education, and University Transfer Liberal Arts Associate of Science-Natural Resources Emphasis programs. Credits from these Nicolet degrees transfer…

Professor Travis Proctor Religion

Religious Studies

…time between Vermont Law School and the University of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public Affairs to earn a dual degree in environmental planning and law. This major prepares you for whatever you want to do with your life. Related Religious studies is an incredible opportunity to explore your most deeply…

Northland College students do radio interview in early 1960s with photographer and curator John Szarkowski

Changing the Way We See

Ashland native John Szarkowski showed America a new way to look at photographs.

…to serve in the Army during World War II, then returned to earn a bachelor’s degree in 1947, with a major in art history. His sister Georgiana attended Northland College, graduating in 1941. He began his career as a staff photographer at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and in…

Whole Foods Market

Pushing Sustainability at Whole Foods Market

Matthew Toavs '98

…summers on Lee and Judy Stadnyk’s organic dairy and vegetable farm, south of Ashland. “That experience and hours discussing ideas with Lee got me hooked on farming,” he said. He went on to earn a master of sustainable agriculture degree at the University of London, then applied to Whole Foods…

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Six individuals named to Board of Trustees

…in several church and denomination roles, she brings to Plymouth her profound commitment to social justice. To prepare herself as thoroughly as possible to combat injustice, she earned a law degree from Vermont Law School in 2013. Bailey earned her bachelor of art degree from Kalamazoo College and masters and…

Northland student holds biological specimen

World Solutions Via Evolutionary Biology

Jessica Mohlman Accepts Dream Job

…in her family to pursue higher education, Jessica says she had to cross a number of barriers. “For a while, I thought my dreams of being a biologist would remain simply that—dreams.” UPDATE (March 2019): Jessica went on to earn her master in wildlife ecology and management and in March…


Northern Wisconsin wants drinking water oversight

…disagree that privately owned water utilities are more trustworthy, transparent, accountable and efficient compared to publicly owned utilities. Over half of respondents (55.8 percent) did not think that a private entity should be allowed to earn a profit from the supply of drinking water to households. When asked about whether…