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Timber Wolf Alliance Teacher Resources

At the start of the Timber Wolf Alliance, 1987, only 18 wolves were estimated to live in Wisconsin and fewer in Upper Michigan. That year, the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute began the Timber Wolf Alliance assisting twenty-one organizations and many private individuals interested in promoting wolf recovery in Wisconsin and…

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…Instructor in Education and Music Sue Reader Kevin Zak Associate Professor of Teacher Education Education Department Chair Kevin Zak The Wisconsin State Legislature passed Act 166, which requires the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) to produce an annual report of the state’s educator preparation programs (EPP). The report includes…

The first Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute Advisory Board gathers around a table.

From the Archives: Assembling The First Advisory Board

…Planning and Development Commission Spooner, Wisconsin Ordway, John G., Jr. Brule River, Wisconsin White Bear, Minnesota Otis, James E. Danbury, Wisconsin Justice, Minnesota Supreme Court St. Paul, Minnesota Rondeau, Tom Vice Chairman, Bayfield County Board Cable, Wisconsin Ross, Mrs. Hamilton Madeline Island, Wisconsin St. Paul, Minnesota Rarig, Frank Ashland, Wisconsin

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Sigurd Olson Legacy

…1912 Family moves to Ashland, Wisconsin, on the edge of Lake Superior. 1916-1918 Sigurd attends Northland College in Ashland; works during the summers at a farm in Seeley, Wisconsin, owned by Soren Uhrenholdt. 1918-1920 Sigurd attends the University of Wisconsin in Madison, earns undergraduate degree in agriculture. 1920-1922 Sigurd teaches…

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Learn About Wolves

…herself in. Estimating the Wisconsin Wolf Population Interested in learning how the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) estimates Wisconsin’s wolf population? In this webinar, you can learn the science behind the yearly population estimates. Wildlife Biologist Adrian Wydeven will start the webinar with an overview of how population estimates…

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Consumer Information

…rate of 42.5% and the margin of error is 8%. Wisconsin Educator Preparation Program Data Northland’s Education Program is currently the only academic program that requires licensure. Here is the latest State of Wisconsin EPP Data: Wisconsin Educator Preparation Program Report for Northland College 2013 Wisconsin 2020 Educator Preparation Program…

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Northland College Recognizes Outstanding Educators

…the Wisconsin Association of Colleges of Teacher Education and the Meemic Foundation at the Monona Terrace Community and Conference Center in Madison, Wisconsin, on Sunday, April 8.   Corcoran is being recognized for his work as an early career educator. “Aaron shows his concern and care for others through attending…

Students speak with a Forest Service employee during a job fair on campus.

Employer Tabling Fair—Jobs, Internships, and Volunteering

February 11, 2022, 11:00 am2:00 pm

…know you’re interested. The following employers will be at February’s tabling event to promote current or summer 2022 jobs, internships, and volunteering opportunities: The BRICK Ministries Camp Eagle Ridge (Mellen, Wisconsin) CrossWoods Adventure Camp (Mason, Wisconsin) Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and Northern Great Lakes Visitors Center City of Ashland (including the…


Alumnus Karl ’04 oversees outdoor therapeutic program

Healing Through a Lense

…program design and execution—from gardening to canoeing to nature photography. Northwest Passage is a northern Wisconsin residential mental health treatment program for youth ages twelve-to-seventeen. The organization offers a diverse set of programs and comprehensive treatment led by a full team of professionals from direct care counselors to pediatric neuropsychologists….

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A Winning Business Idea

…proposal. “Supporting local farmers and Wisconsin’s staple food, we will be feeding poutine to hungry students, Wisconsinites, and tourists.” The project not only incorporated local products with the convenience of fast food, but operated entirely on green energy. DiLillo and Hoszko heard about the conference from Dick Joyal, professor of…