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Northland College history professor and students


At Northland, the study of history is more than just memorizing a string of names and dates; it’s the study of life. We like to treat history a bit like detective work, bringing in primary documents for you to analyze—to piece together clues about how people who lived in different…

SONWA winning books

SONWA Winners 1991-Present

Nature Books for Adults and Children

…the natural world. This author has a colorful history not only in writing, as he was born in Austria in 1926 and escaped the Holocaust in 1938 and eventually landed in the United States and while living in Minnesota became a teacher and tribal leader. Along with publishing books, Treuer…

City scape of Boston, Mass by photographer Bob Gross

UHA Awards Rector Best Dissertation

The Urban History Association awarded Josiah Rector, Hulings Assistant Professor of US and Environmental History and Culture, the Michael Katz Award for Best Dissertation in Urban History. Rector, who began at Northland College this fall, wrote his dissertation “Accumulating Risk: Environmental Justice and the History of Capitalism in Detroit, 1880-2015,”…

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Opportunities Fair—Work Study, Internships, and Campus Clubs and Orgs

September 8, 4:30 pm6:00 pm

…in combination with the Northland College Student Association’s annual Everybody Party, representatives with opportunities tied to Northland College will be looking to promote them while welcoming everyone back to campus during this laid back event. You can expect to learn about the following types of positions: On and off-campus work-study…

student with water samples

Student Research Opportunities

Research, Analyze, Communicate: The Student Experience We take our location next to the largest freshwater lake in the world seriously. Through our laboratory, field research, and communications, we provide paid graduate level opportunities for undergraduates. Our student researchers, analyze, and communicate freshwater science—including climate change, toxic chemicals, Great Lakes policy,…

Northland College students studied abroad in Iceland. In this photo they are hiking.

Study Abroad

…development opportunities or academic coursework around the world. These opportunities can occur during the regular school year, May term, and in the summer. Participate in these outstanding experiences and still graduate in four years. And to make these experiences affordable, you can apply for special travel grants and funding.  …

Forest Lodge Educational Campus Takes Shape

…will generate applied learning opportunities to enhance the College’s curriculum while providing meaningful learning opportunities for regional youth and adults. Last fall, Gingras cultivated a relationship with the Island City Academy, a project-based environmental charter school based out of Cumberland, Wisconsin. Outdoor education students in Coulson’s professional development program then…