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Summit Biographies

2016 Water Summit Participants biographies. President Michael Miller Dr. Michael A. Miller joined Northland College in July 2010 as the College’s 13th president. In his six years, Dr. Miller has strengthened Northland’s traditions of strong community, trust, faith, and determination. He has provided leadership in promoting scholarship that addresses regional…

Sigurd Olson Letters

…to gain favorable publicity for the Quetico-Superior wilderness that could lead to greater wilderness protection. Charles Kelly, President of the President’s Quetico-Superior Committee, was, along with his law partner Frank Hubachek, Sigurd’s boss on QS matters. Dear Charley: The Canadian Canoe Trip is over and I feel it was a…

Northland College campus.

President Karl I. Solibakke

…than $17M in externally sponsored research. With 375 professors, 150 adjuncts, 600 graduate assistants, and more than 600 permanent and temporary employees, the College is the hub of the undergraduate experience at Syracuse University. In March 2015, Solibakke was appointed vice president of finance and administration at Holy Names University…

Sigurd Olson Speeches

…North Country. At the time Sigurd gave this talk he was the Izaak Walton League’s wilderness ecologist, and he was completing his first year as president of the National Parks Association. He also was just about ready to search for an agent for the book manuscript that two years later…

Yearbook photo of Don Chase

2019 Alumni Awards Announced

…in a variety of roles. From instructor of English, the director of the print shop, to an admissions counselor, then assistant director of admissions, director of financial aid, alumni director, parent relations, assistant director of development, associate director of development, and finally vice president for institutional advancement before he retired…

Robert Rue Parsonage and Ruth Lull with sons at Northland College 1980s

Embracing the North

A cross country move, thirty-three years in the making.

…headquarters of the National Council of Churches of Christ in New York as the executive of their education office; Ruth worked as a full-time parent, children’s book illustrator, and gallery painter. Bob aspired to be a college president, and because of his position, had received many inquiries from search firms….