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AASHE STAR award

Northland College Receives High Marks for Sustainability Achievements

Northland College has earned a STARS Gold rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). STARS, the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System, measures and encourages sustainability in all aspects of higher education. Northland College ranked as one of…

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Back from the Brink of Extinction

Mexican Wolf Reintroduction and Recovery

…and central Idaho. But the challenge was met, and the establishment of a healthy captive population of Mexican wolves was the first success of Mexican wolf recovery. The subspecies persisted due to the Association of Zoos and Aquariums Society’s Species Survival Plan (SSP) for the Mexican wolf. Without the hard…

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Water Collaborative Connects Communities

…Service • Jane Anklam, West Wisconsin Land Trust Public Involvement: • Chequamegon Water Collaborative • Kevin Brewster, Bad River Watershed Association • Val Damstra, Coordinator of the Chequamegon Bay Area Partnership “This is an incredible opportunity for people to interact with water resource professionals and researchers in the region,”Fitzgerald said….

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Northland-LCOOCC Partner to Train More Teachers

…curriculum on their campus will allow us make use of the many unique local community resources—including amazing support from the Hayward and Lac Courte Oreilles School Districts.” The Northland College Educator Preparation Program was the recipient of the 2015 Model of Excellence Award from the Association of Independent Liberal Arts…

4th grade teacher alumna

Professional Preparation of Early Childhood Teachers

Northland College received an innovative teaching and learning grant in September for $24,849 from the Wisconsin Early Childhood Association. This is the second grant from this organization. Last year, Northland College received an articulation grant for $25,000. Wisconsin institutions have been working to streamline how early childhood education credits transfer…

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Northland College education program recognized

For the second time in three years, the Northland College Educator Preparation Program has been recognized by the Association of Independent Liberal Arts College for Teacher Education as a Model of Excellence in Partnerships. Annette Nelson, associate professor and education department chair, accepted the award in March at the AILACTE…

Portrait of singer Sofia Jannok

Sámi Singer to Perform

…classes, talking with staff at the Indigenous Cultures Center, meeting with the Native American Student Association, as well as partners from Red Cliff and Bad River. She will be discussing best practices in heritage repatriation and exercising cultural and political sovereignty, in building international Indigenous support networks, and in creating…

Accommodations

Association of Wisconsin Learning Disabilities Association of America National Center on Secondary Education and Transition Association on Higher Education and Disability National Center for Learning Disabilities Attention Deficit Disorder Association LD OnLine International Dyslexia Association Contact the Office of Accommodations Common Accommodations at Northland Learning Disorders Commonly Seen Helpful Websites…

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Confluence: One Last Chance to Dance


…Northland College Student Association (NCSA) for the past three years. He said NCSA has been discussing this idea for awhile. “I wanted to make it happen,” he said. He started exploring the idea in October and the project morphed into Patterson’s senior capstone—his final piece to demonstrate the skills he’s…

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49th Annual Folk Fest

…Northland College Student Association (NCSA), Folk Fest celebrates forty-nine years this year, solidifying its place as Wisconsin’s longest lasting folk festival. The event will take place on campus April 15-17 rain or shine. Musicians include: Pop Wagner, Plucked up Strong Band, Charlie Parr, We Are the Willows, Michael Gulezian, Pushing…