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Careers in Psychology: Employer Panel

December 7, 2023, 10:00 am11:00 am

Calling all students who enjoy supporting and working with people! Learn more about the types of careers available for graduates from psychology or related programs through this in-person panel! The following professionals will provide an overview of what they do through their current roles, how they gained relevant experience to…

Plastic bottle floating in water.

World Water Day 2023: The Perils of Plastic with Dr. Sherri Mason

March 22, 2023, 7:00 pm8:30 pm

The Northland College Mary Griggs Burke Center for Freshwater Innovation is hosting a public lecture for World Water Day 2023 titled “The Perils of Plastic.” Dr. Sherri Mason will present an overview of what plastic is, its proliferation in our society, and its emergence as one of the most prominent…

Northland College student Isa Meyer works with a display in the Native American Museum

Combining Forestry and Native American Studies

…Pueblo Nation Kachina dolls, with a goal of adding a new exhibit every semester. Meyer organized an open house in December to showcase these new exhibits and plans to make this a regular event. The traditional Pueblo Kachina dolls, donated by the family of ICC staff person Cassie Brown, have…

Professor Erica Hannickel sits at counter with glass of wine.

How Wine Shaped a Nation

Q&A WITH PROFESSOR ERICA HANNICKEL

…fact, you start the book talking about the environmental impacts. A. My editor convinced me to start the introduction with an overview of environmental damage done by contemporary vineyards. Although taking some contemporary winemakers to task about their overuse of methyl bromide—a highly toxic, ozone-depleting pesticide—and sulfur is a provocative…

FinalGreat Lakes Science for Parks Symposium 2023 Booklet

…A brief overview of Frog Bay Tribal National Park 17:00 Close Great Lakes Science for Parks Symposium 2023 6 Agenda 3/22/2023 8:00-9:00 Check-in, no on-site registration. 08:45 Housekeeping 09:00 Plenary Talk – Kurt Kipfmueller (UM-TC) – Forgotten Fires: Restorying Great Lakes Red Pine Fire Regimes 10:00 Break 10:10 Vegetation Management…