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Campus Involvement Fair

September 6, 11:00 am2:00 pm

…Lundberg Outdoor Pursuits Program Coordinator—Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute Ellie Priester Outdoor Pursuits is a program of the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute. Office of Residential Life Director of Residential Life DeeDee Dusek Social Sciences Department/Psychology Program Assistant Professor of Psychology Danielle Sneyd Office of Student Wellness Student Wellness Coordinator Kerrey Smith…

Fitness Center

Fitness Center

Welcome to the Northland College fitness and recreation center, an 8,000 square foot, open floor space for recreation, conditioning, physical training, and wellness programs. Newly renovated in 2014, the facility is open to students, faculty, and staff. Features bouldering wall strength machines, spin bikes, treadmills, and elliptical trainers free weights…

Northland alum fish geneticist holds up fish

Ackerman Brothers Pursue Fish Biology, Genetics

…made the decision to “go north,” everything felt right. In 1995, Nick couldn’t wait to see the Northland College campus for the first time. During that first commute from Pecatonica to Ashland his mother “forced” him to speed nine miles over the speed limit. Outside of Menomonie, Nick was pulled…

Northland College Food Center Director Todd Rothe stands in front of the composting machine.

Northland College Wants Your Leftovers

Community Compost Program

…requires the acquisition of a special covered compost bucket, for which there is a $25 security deposit. After that, it’s just a matter of bringing the bucket to the Hulings Rice Food Center, dropping it off, and picking up another (pre-cleaned) bucket. Leftovers can be dropped off Wednesdays from 9…

Northland College student collects data for bat research

Monitoring Bats by Sound

The Great Lakes Inventory and Monitoring Network Employs Students for Bat Research

…the distribution of White Nose Syndrome, the speed at which it is spreading, and the extent of the fungus’ presence,” said Pichler. While the official 2018 report has yet to be completed, no evidence of a decline in relation to White Nose Syndrome was detected in any of the surveyed…

Northland students stand with award

Ed Prep Program Receives National Recognition

…in the classroom,” Nelson said. “We responded with a two-semester clinical residency program integrated with classwork.” Northland College created a concentrated block system where education students spend Monday and Tuesdays in regional classrooms and Wednesdays and Thursdays on campus. Students stated appreciation for the mix of practical and theoretical instruction….

Artesian

Northern Wisconsin wants drinking water oversight

…in May, interviewing 640 randomly selected households in Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, and Iron counties. Residents connected to public utilities or private wells were included. Over 90 percent of resp ondents agree that the public sector should notify the public of any changes in water quality or treatment methods, ensure water…

Portrait of John Allen

Allen Named Philanthropist of the Year

…including art, library, athletics, and science facilities. Most recently, Northland dedicated the John N. Allen Fitness Center, committed to health and wellness for students, staff, and faculty and their families. The Center includes strength machines, spin bikes, treadmills, elliptical trainers, free weights, and core equipment, as well as space for…

WPR: Panel Talks Future Of Great Lakes Cleanup Program

…House administration. Congress has invested around $2 billion in projects to clean up the lakes through the GLRI in the last six years. The initiative grew out of an effort by President Barack Obama’s administration to speed up Great Lakes restoration in 2010. The federal program has funded more than…

Graphic design student interns in Sweden

Graphic Design on the Job

Swedish Student Returns Home for Internship

…bring an innovative design to the project. “The most challenging part for me was to get up to speed and get used to handling lots of different small projects at the same time—it was all about multitasking,” he said. “I learned so much working with these creative individuals, even though…