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TWA Responds to State Bill 602/AB712

Dear Sponsors of SB602/AB712, Members of the Committee on Sporting Heritage, Mining and Forestry, and Members of the Committee on Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage, As you know, SB602/AB712 proposes to discontinue funding for wolf management and to make it illegal for state law enforcement…  Read More

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Northland College alum Jennifer Granick

Emulating the compassion and inspiration of her Northland professors

Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Majors: biology and writing with minor in chemistry ‘98 Occupation: veterinarian, assistant professor of small animal internal medicine Employer: University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine What I do: Teach medicine veterinary students, interns and residents. Perform basic science research on alternatives…  Read More

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The Northland-KGU Connection

Liz Windett, class of ’10 studied at Kansai Gaidai University (KGU) in Hirakata, Japan, for a semester as part of a sister school agreement between Northland College and KGU. Now the Gift Coordinator at Northland College, she has had a front-row seat to greeting Japanese…  Read More

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WritersRead Accepting Submissions for “Gut Instinct”

The annual WritersRead event at Northland College has become a favorite north woods winter evening of raucous fun. A team of judges asks regional writers to explore a theme, select the most appropriate pieces, then choreograph the readings into an evening of entertainment. WritersRead has…  Read More

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Chicago Tribune: Billions Lost, Millions Wasted

Mary Griggs Burke Center for Freshwater Innovation Co-Director Peter Annin is quoted in this Chicago Tribune investigative piece: “There is nothing more hypocritical than to put up a legal water fence around the region and then thumb your nose at water efficiency,” Annin said. To…  Read More

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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…  Read More

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Changing Lives

By MaryJo Gingras, Outreach Program Coordinator The Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute’s outreach programs instill a sense of wonder and inspire youth and adult participants through outdoor experiences. A million acres of forest and the largest freshwater lake in the world serve simultaneously as our classroom…  Read More

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