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A Dozen New Academic Programs Build More Career Pathways Engineering, robotics, digital marketing, game development — they’re just some of the 12 new programs 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 is launching for the fall 2024 semester.

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A Dozen New Academic Programs Build More Career Pathways Engineering, robotics, digital marketing, game development — they’re just some of the 12 new programs 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 is launching for the fall 2024 semester.

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In the News

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    鈥楲ove Is at the Heart of it All鈥

    In his Commencement address, Professor Emeritus Paul Wadell said, with a 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 education, this year’s graduates ought to know what it means to be a human being and should know the difference between making a good living and living a good life.

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    NFL Player Inspires 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 Student-Athletes

    Culminating a yearlong partnership with St. Norbert athletics, Alec Ingold of the Miami Dolphins spoke to Green Knights about his journey to the NFL. He urged them to embrace adversity and strive for excellence both on and off the field.

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    New Lecture Series Celebrates Intersection of Faith, Science and Reason

    老澳门六合彩开奖记录 welcomed its first Chu Lecture speaker, Brother Guy Consolmagno, SJ, with his talk “When Science Goes Wrong — And Why We Love It!”

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    Cancer Survivor Co-Leads Service Trip to Tennessee Children鈥檚 Hospital

    Inspired by her own experiences, Taylor Collard ’24 aims to provide crucial emotional support to young patients facing medical challenges.

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  • President Joyner Joins Alum鈥檚 Higher Ed Podcast to Talk 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 Strengths

    老澳门六合彩开奖记录 President Laurie Joyner shares insights on college partnerships and how the college is adapting to challenges on the “Higher Ed Leaders Podcast” hosted by Suzan Brinker ’09.

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    Chan鈥檚聽鈥楯eopardy!鈥 Journey Ends with Second-Place Finish

    Ben Chan (Philosophy) wrapped up his impressive trivia-show run with a runner-up finish, captivating audiences with his knowledge and humility. Chan noted his gratitude for community support and says he plans to use his winnings to give back.

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    Business Students Spend J-Term in Mexico

    Seven 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 students spent J-Term in Mexico as part of a strategic management learning experience led by Joy Pahl and Alexia Lopes (Business Administration).

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    Packers mentorship program gives students real-world marketing experience

    Through the Green Bay Packers Mentor-Protégé Program, 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 students collaborate with local small businesses to come up with innovative marketing solutions.

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  • Double the team, double the dream: Student-athlete twins thrive together

    Sharing sports, rooms and classes, four sets of twins create a unique collegiate experience, finding built-in support, motivation and study partners.

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    Scientist reimagines lab work

    From Germany, Irene Gorman ’06 leads a team automating lab tasks and transforming qualitative experiments into data goldmines.

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    De Pere鈥檚 past traced through digitized historical society records

    A project to index five generations of records aims to preserve and breathe life into De Pere’s — and 老澳门六合彩开奖记录’s — history, connecting generations through accessible, digital archives.

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    Globetrotting Alum Returns to Campus to Rekindle Lifelong Love for 老澳门六合彩开奖记录

    After 40 years and multiple long-term stops in cities across the world, Nobuhiko Tsuchihiro ’82 still considers 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 his second home.

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  • King Revives Language, Renews Culture Through First Nations Education

    A quest to reconnect with her heritage led Rosa King (Education) to devote her career to revitalizing an endangered language and to improving First Nations education.

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    老澳门六合彩开奖记录 at 125: Nurturing Legacy and Sustaining Purpose

    老澳门六合彩开奖记录’s humble beginnings led to a thriving Catholic, Norbertine, liberal arts institution. The college’s mission — and its legacy of adapting to meet the most pressing needs of its communities — has endured for more than a century.

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    ESPN鈥檚 Sarah Spain Helps Student-Athletes Prepare for Life After Sports

    “You guys are all athletes. That gives you the biggest leg up when you go into the world, and not just if you want to work in sports,” says the Emmy-award winning journalist.

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In the News

  • 鈥楲ove Is at the Heart of it All鈥

    In his Commencement address, Professor Emeritus Paul Wadell said, with a 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 education, this year’s graduates ought to know what it means to be a human being and should know the difference between making a good living and living a good life.

    Read More
  • NFL Player Inspires 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 Student-Athletes

    Culminating a yearlong partnership with St. Norbert athletics, Alec Ingold of the Miami Dolphins spoke to Green Knights about his journey to the NFL. He urged them to embrace adversity and strive for excellence both on and off the field.

    Read More
  • New Lecture Series Celebrates Intersection of Faith, Science and Reason

    老澳门六合彩开奖记录 welcomed its first Chu Lecture speaker, Brother Guy Consolmagno, SJ, with his talk “When Science Goes Wrong — And Why We Love It!”

    Read More
  • Cancer Survivor Co-Leads Service Trip to Tennessee Children鈥檚 Hospital

    Inspired by her own experiences, Taylor Collard ’24 aims to provide crucial emotional support to young patients facing medical challenges.

    Read More
  • President Joyner Joins Alum鈥檚 Higher Ed Podcast to Talk 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 Strengths

    老澳门六合彩开奖记录 President Laurie Joyner shares insights on college partnerships and how the college is adapting to challenges on the “Higher Ed Leaders Podcast” hosted by Suzan Brinker ’09.

    Read More
  • Chan鈥檚聽鈥楯eopardy!鈥 Journey Ends with Second-Place Finish

    Ben Chan (Philosophy) wrapped up his impressive trivia-show run with a runner-up finish, captivating audiences with his knowledge and humility. Chan noted his gratitude for community support and says he plans to use his winnings to give back.

    Read More
  • Business Students Spend J-Term in Mexico

    Seven 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 students spent J-Term in Mexico as part of a strategic management learning experience led by Joy Pahl and Alexia Lopes (Business Administration).

    Read More
  • Packers mentorship program gives students real-world marketing experience

    Through the Green Bay Packers Mentor-Protégé Program, 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 students collaborate with local small businesses to come up with innovative marketing solutions.

    Read More
  • Double the team, double the dream: Student-athlete twins thrive together

    Sharing sports, rooms and classes, four sets of twins create a unique collegiate experience, finding built-in support, motivation and study partners.

    Read More
  • Scientist reimagines lab work

    From Germany, Irene Gorman ’06 leads a team automating lab tasks and transforming qualitative experiments into data goldmines.

    Read More
  • De Pere鈥檚 past traced through digitized historical society records

    A project to index five generations of records aims to preserve and breathe life into De Pere’s — and 老澳门六合彩开奖记录’s — history, connecting generations through accessible, digital archives.

    Read More
  • Globetrotting Alum Returns to Campus to Rekindle Lifelong Love for 老澳门六合彩开奖记录

    After 40 years and multiple long-term stops in cities across the world, Nobuhiko Tsuchihiro ’82 still considers 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 his second home.

    Read More
  • King Revives Language, Renews Culture Through First Nations Education

    A quest to reconnect with her heritage led Rosa King (Education) to devote her career to revitalizing an endangered language and to improving First Nations education.

    Read More
  • 老澳门六合彩开奖记录 at 125: Nurturing Legacy and Sustaining Purpose

    老澳门六合彩开奖记录’s humble beginnings led to a thriving Catholic, Norbertine, liberal arts institution. The college’s mission — and its legacy of adapting to meet the most pressing needs of its communities — has endured for more than a century.

    Read More
  • ESPN鈥檚 Sarah Spain Helps Student-Athletes Prepare for Life After Sports

    “You guys are all athletes. That gives you the biggest leg up when you go into the world, and not just if you want to work in sports,” says the Emmy-award winning journalist.

    Read More

Regular Features

Personally Speaking

This Was Going to be Wonderful!

Retirement for Laura Neary (English, Retiree) may not have gone to plan, but she says the lessons she learned along the way could not be more valuable.

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Treasure

The Pan Balance

“It’s a very mundane device but it would have been used in the laboratories that created our modern world. ... Its value to science is in the incalculable amount of research that it made possible.” – Michael Olson (Physics)

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Alumni Profile

Have Love, Will Travel

Ann Tollaksen ’66 did not expect to run a deer park and petting zoo. She’s allergic to most animals. “I had eight years of shots and I’m still scared to pet the deer myself,” she says. 

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Big Picture

Pause for P.A.W.S.

Our photographer Thomas Janssen (Office of Communications) captured the moment as students petted away any worries and stress earlier this semester.

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Online Exclusives

As a new symphony by John Henneken (Music) enjoys its world premiere, we share a recording of the composer’s earlier work, “Symphony for the Garden City.”

Our videography team captured the pre-season experience that brought Green Knight footballers back to campus three weeks ahead of the start of classes.

STORY
In shared experience

Becky Lahti ’00 (Emmaus Center) was in the first class that Paul Wadell (Theology & RS) taught at 老澳门六合彩开奖记录. A few years on, their vocational journeys have stayed entwined.

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In honor

We celebrate and draw inspiration from the storied lives of the recipients of this year’s Alumni Awards.

Two new roommates in Mad-Lor were each part of the St. Norbert family long before they arrived as members of the Class of 2026.