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Kids reading outdoors

Nature Based Reading

…and observe it for a bit. What does it do? What does it eat? Where does it feel safest? What does it do when startled? ★★ Go back to the same place for a certain number of days in a row (we recommend 30 if you can!) and notice if…

Student teacher in classroom

Financial Aid Policies

…and who does not otherwise have responsibilities with respect to education loans, or an agent who does not have responsibilities with respect to education loans, from performing paid or unpaid service on a board of directors of a lender, guarantor, or servicer of education loans; an officer or employee of…

Aerial shot of campus and surrounding region

Six individuals named to Board of Trustees

…in several church and denomination roles, she brings to Plymouth her profound commitment to social justice. To prepare herself as thoroughly as possible to combat injustice, she earned a law degree from Vermont Law School in 2013. Bailey earned her bachelor of art degree from Kalamazoo College and masters and…

winter landscape

CUUF: The Golden Rule in a Time of Cancel Culture

March 13, 10:00 am11:30 am

…in a Time of Cancel Culture.” Stacy will examine the golden rule found in all traditions: Do unto others as we would have them do unto us. And the reverse: Do not do unto others, what you would not have them do unto you. What does the golden rule mean…

Northland College starry night

Climate Science

…and Wildlife Ecology* Forestry* Gender and Women’s Studies Geographic Information Systems* Geology Graphic Design* History Humanities Humanity and Nature Studies Mathematical Sciences Music* Native American Studies Natural Resources Outdoor Education Philosophy* Physics* Pre-Health Care* Pre-Law* Pre-Ministry* Pre-Veterinary Medicine* Psychology Religious Studies Sociology and Social Justice Spanish* Sports Management* Studio Art*…

Northland College Dexter Library

Faculty

Sociology Fall term 2020 and May term 2021 [Deferred from fall 2019 and May 2020]; to research minority and first-generation college student and the barriers to their success. Angela Stroud, Associate Professor of Sociology and Social Justice Winter term 2020 [Deferred from winter 2019]; to complete a journal-length article on…

Great Lakes

Geographic Information Systems

…Natural Resources Outdoor Education Philosophy* Physics* Pre-Health Care* Pre-Law* Pre-Ministry* Pre-Veterinary Medicine* Psychology Religious Studies Sociology and Social Justice Spanish* Sports Management* Studio Art* Sustainable Community Development Sustainable Business* Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems* Water Science Writing * Available only as a minor, emphasis, or special program. Look at Your…

Northland College alum Abby Rose and her sister Yana Dee at Yana Dee Ethical Apparel

Thread of Hope

Making Fashion Ecological, Sustainable, and Just

…was a newer, niche thing; that’s changed a lot,” she said. “The same thing is happening with fashion because people are caring more about social justice, the environment, and personal health.” In conventional clothing production, about half of the fabric is thrown away because the fabric is so cheap, so…

Northland College alum Carl Sacks looks at GIS with students

Mapping for a Better World

Created "The Black Snake in Sioux Country" Map

…to tribal cultural resources. “To me, maps provide an important vehicle for empowering marginalized communities to fight back against environmental and social injustice,” he said. Read, view his maps, and learn more about his process by visiting his blog or his website. Photo of Carl Sack with students by Tom…

Collage of historical photos of the Bro Family at Northland College

The Bro Family

A Century at Northland College 

…in social justice and in the world,” said Kim Bro, who lives near Washburn, Wisconsin. Kim did not attend college at Northland but he received a call in 1973 from his Aunt Harriet Harmon Dexter, who worked at the College for more than forty years. She told him about an…