RIPON, WI — Ripon College has formed a new chapter of Iota Iota Iota (Triota), the National Women’s and Gender Studies Honor Society with over 50 chapters nationwide.
Seventeen Ripon College students were inaugurated on April 25 into the new chapter. To qualify for membership, students must be of at least sophomore standing, have completed at least eight credits of WGS coursework and have a GPA of at least 3.0 in general scholarship and Women’s and Gender Studies coursework.
Local students inducted
- Ethan Brannen of Waterford, Wisconsin, was inaugurated into the Triota honor society at Ripon College.
- Ethan Hansen of Franksville, Wisconsin, was inaugurated into the Triota honor society at Ripon College.
- Rachel Travis of Burlington, Wisconsin, was inaugurated into the Triota honor society at Ripon College.
Area Students Recognized at Ripon College’s Awards Convocation
Every year, the College holds an Awards Convocation to recognize outstanding merit and achievement among students and faculty members. This year’s awards convocation was held on Wednesday, April 19.
- Zacharias Olstinske of Burlington, Wisconsin received an award at Ripon College’s Award Convocation.
- Emma Spalding of Waterford, Wisconsin received an award at Ripon College’s Award Convocation.
About Ripon College
Ripon College, founded in 1851, prepares students of diverse interests for lives of productive, socially responsible citizenship.
Ripon’s liberal arts and sciences curriculum and residential campus create an intimate learning community where students experience a richly personalized education. In recognition of its academic excellence, the college was awarded a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa in 1953, placing it among a select group of the nation’s top colleges. Visit ripon.edu.
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