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Camp Brother Bear Music

September 23, 2023, 3:00 pm11:00 pm

Join us to become a part of the Brother Bear story and enjoy a night in the woods of northern Wisconsin! This event is open to the community. An All Access is Required to get into this event. Admission is free for current Northland College students, and volunteers can get…

Northland College student Andy Kasun stands with his winning academic poster

Burke Center Student Researchers Take Top Prizes

Kasun and Ulman Showcase Freshwater Research at AGU

Wisconsin Department Natural Resource in Superior, Wisconsin. “I am forever indebted to the incredible mentors I have had at the Burke Center,” she said. “I would not have been able to complete my capstone project without them and wouldn’t be half the scientist I am today without the guidance and…

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Employer in the Foyer: Network with UW Extension!

October 25, 2023, 11:00 am1:30 pm

…contacts in your industry! Show up and opt-in! This event is open to all – you do not need to be current Northland student to engage. UW-Madison is a public university guided by public service. The Wisconsin Idea stipulates that education should influence people’s lives beyond the boundaries of the…

Alumnus Henry Fitzgibbon performs on stage at Northland College

Henry Fitzgibbon ’51 On Broadway

A Life in the Arts

…people. And then did it again in the evening. “To this day, I have no idea how I was able to do that—doing it totally cold, without a run through,” he said. Fitzgibbon grew up in Menasha, Wisconsin, in a musical household; his dad played banjo and two sisters sang…

Together Farm

Alumna Combines Arts, Science for Sustainable Farming

…that’s something Andy and I need to do well if we are to succeed at our goal of working full time on our farm.” Stephanie earned a masters from University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in environmental science and policy and now works as a nutrient management specialist with the Wisconsin Department…

Forest Lodge Woods

Podcast: Talking Wolves with Adrian Wydeven

…to be back in Wisconsin. Subjects discussed: Why [host] Noah Wishau held this particular episode for so long; how wolves came back to Wisconsin; Why people think that they were released back into WI by the DNR; What impact these animals have on the deer population; The long and sordid…

Northland College student Gretchen Hamernik-Winters dogsledding as part of internship.

Working with Animals

Gretchen Hamernik-Winters is a pre-veterinarian student at Northland College, who has set big goals for herself. “I would love to work as a zoo vet with the potential of opening my own rehabilitation center for zoos that close as well as for wildlife that can no longer live in the…

Sunset at Forest Lodge

Changing Climate, Changing Culture

Student-Led Conference at Forest Lodge

…in Washington DC this summer, and again at the Guiding for Tomorrow (G-WOW) training, Fisher and Janssen developed and hosted Northland College’s first-ever student-initiated climate change conference October 15-16 at Forest Lodge in Cable, Wisconsin. The conference, “Changing Climate, Changing Culture,” encouraged students to look at climate change through both…

Tom Fitz looking at rock

The Penokees are a Geologic Gem

University Place: The Complex Story Behind ‘Some Of The Oldest Rocks In Wisconsin’ By Scott Gordon, WisContext In a July 27, 2016, talk hosted by the Lafayette County 4-H club, recorded for Wisconsin Public Television’s University Place, Tom Fitz, associate professor of geology, delved into how the Penokees — “some…

Wheeler Hall 2016

Stolid Wheeler Hall

…faculty offices. I found out why when I took a tour in July with Don Chase, a 1962 Northland graduate and longtime staff member, now retired, and board member. Wheeler Hall is, indeed, the campus’ first building—completed in 1893 for North Wisconsin Academy, the private high school that became Northland…