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In the News

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    Workshop Raises Racial Awareness for SNC, Marquette Students

    A workshop series developed at St. Norbert is extending its reach as it raises awareness of racism.

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    SNC-Connected Co-Workers Make Sure America Eats Its Greens

    Two MBA students share ground-level experience at a food-tech start-up that’s serving up fresh greens for K-12 pupils and food pantry clients.

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    New Data Analytics Major Launches

    “In the context of the current COVID-19 pandemic, data analytics is playing a powerful role in the fight against the virus,” says David Bailey (Natural Sciences).

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    An Extraordinary Career is Capped – Finally – by a Baccalaureate

    Roger Utnehmer entered SNC as a seminarian in 1969. He exited this summer with B.A. in hand. For his work in the years in between, an industry thanks him.

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  • Meet the Class of 2024

    This groundbreaking new class has a chance to make its mark early as its members begin their higher education in unprecedented circumstances.

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    Norbert’s Ninth: SNC Counters COVID-19 with an Offer of a Tuition-free Ninth Semester

    The new Norbert’s Ninth promise opens a rich door of opportunity for current and newly admitted students as they navigate their undergraduate experience through the coronavirus pandemic.

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    New Book Builds on an Author’s Journey to Authentic Confidence

    A new book from an SNC confidence researcher launched early to meet the needs of readers newly laid off during the current economic crisis.

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    Global Manufacturer Builds Research Partnership With SNC

    Wet-wipe manufacturer Rockline Industries needed to assess the quality of a new supplier, so it sought the help of SNC’s science disciplines.

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  • A Short Course in Media Effects

    Miss hitting the books? In this new occasional feature, your St. Norbert education continues as we profile a course or lecture taught by our own faculty. (And this time, there’s no final!) 

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    Norbertine Now: A Norbertine at Yale

    Latest in a long tradition of Norbertine scientists is the Rev. Matthew Dougherty ’09, ordained a priest in 2015 and now studying biology in the doctoral program at Yale University.

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    Return to Campus Plan in Place

    St. Norbert College is committed to facilitating a safe return to campus for students, faculty and staff. The college’s return-to-campus plan, published earlier this month, is the result of careful collaboration both across campus and with local/regional public authorities.

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    Courses in Spiritual Care Will Help Meet a Critical Need

    A new program starting this fall will help train hospital chaplains and others who provide spiritual care or choose to explore ministerial possibilities.

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  • With an MBA in Her Sights, She’s Virtually There!

    Yesterday was the beginning of a new journey for Neelie Gorbette – a journey from which not even a pandemic would dissuade her.

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    Studying Remotely – very Remotely – Connects Prague Norbertines With New Classmates

    Two Czech Norbertines, bent on improving their English and studying at their Prague abbey home, became virtual classmates with three Vietnamese nuns and two Chinese high-schoolers studying in De Pere.

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    Public Health Partnership Offers Timely Opportunity

    The new program, many months in the making, offers SNC students an accelerated path into a profession that has never been more in the public eye.

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    A Short Course in Beauty & Death

    Miss hitting the books? In this new occasional feature, your St. Norbert education continues as we profile a course or lecture taught by our own faculty. (And this time, there’s no final!)

    Read More
  • Balancing Act

    We tapped members of the St. Norbert family for their insights into health, wellness and what good self-stewardship looks like.

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    According to the Research

    Two SNC undergrads are acquiring an understanding of the research landscape that would be the envy of many already well into their grad school careers.

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    Bryn Mawr Partners on Tech

    A new partnership aims to continue support of faculty in the classroom and provide more opportunity for fostering innovative, technology-centered teaching techniques.

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    True to You in Good Times and in Bad

    A wedding day in prospect. Sad news. A rapid change of plans. A marriage begins. A grievous loss. Finals to take. Life has had a lot to throw at pharmacy grad student Sarah (Parbs) LeMay ’18 since she and Andrew LeMay ’18 became engaged.

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In the News

  • Workshop Raises Racial Awareness for SNC, Marquette Students

    A workshop series developed at St. Norbert is extending its reach as it raises awareness of racism.

    Read More
  • SNC-Connected Co-Workers Make Sure America Eats Its Greens

    Two MBA students share ground-level experience at a food-tech start-up that’s serving up fresh greens for K-12 pupils and food pantry clients.

    Read More
  • New Data Analytics Major Launches

    “In the context of the current COVID-19 pandemic, data analytics is playing a powerful role in the fight against the virus,” says David Bailey (Natural Sciences).

    Read More
  • An Extraordinary Career is Capped – Finally – by a Baccalaureate

    Roger Utnehmer entered SNC as a seminarian in 1969. He exited this summer with B.A. in hand. For his work in the years in between, an industry thanks him.

    Read More
  • Meet the Class of 2024

    This groundbreaking new class has a chance to make its mark early as its members begin their higher education in unprecedented circumstances.

    Read More
  • Norbert’s Ninth: SNC Counters COVID-19 with an Offer of a Tuition-free Ninth Semester

    The new Norbert’s Ninth promise opens a rich door of opportunity for current and newly admitted students as they navigate their undergraduate experience through the coronavirus pandemic.

    Read More
  • New Book Builds on an Author’s Journey to Authentic Confidence

    A new book from an SNC confidence researcher launched early to meet the needs of readers newly laid off during the current economic crisis.

    Read More
  • Global Manufacturer Builds Research Partnership With SNC

    Wet-wipe manufacturer Rockline Industries needed to assess the quality of a new supplier, so it sought the help of SNC’s science disciplines.

    Read More
  • A Short Course in Media Effects

    Miss hitting the books? In this new occasional feature, your St. Norbert education continues as we profile a course or lecture taught by our own faculty. (And this time, there’s no final!) 

    Read More
  • Norbertine Now: A Norbertine at Yale

    Latest in a long tradition of Norbertine scientists is the Rev. Matthew Dougherty ’09, ordained a priest in 2015 and now studying biology in the doctoral program at Yale University.

    Read More
  • Return to Campus Plan in Place

    St. Norbert College is committed to facilitating a safe return to campus for students, faculty and staff. The college’s return-to-campus plan, published earlier this month, is the result of careful collaboration both across campus and with local/regional public authorities.

    Read More
  • Courses in Spiritual Care Will Help Meet a Critical Need

    A new program starting this fall will help train hospital chaplains and others who provide spiritual care or choose to explore ministerial possibilities.

    Read More
  • With an MBA in Her Sights, She’s Virtually There!

    Yesterday was the beginning of a new journey for Neelie Gorbette – a journey from which not even a pandemic would dissuade her.

    Read More
  • Studying Remotely – very Remotely – Connects Prague Norbertines With New Classmates

    Two Czech Norbertines, bent on improving their English and studying at their Prague abbey home, became virtual classmates with three Vietnamese nuns and two Chinese high-schoolers studying in De Pere.

    Read More
  • Public Health Partnership Offers Timely Opportunity

    The new program, many months in the making, offers SNC students an accelerated path into a profession that has never been more in the public eye.

    Read More
  • A Short Course in Beauty & Death

    Miss hitting the books? In this new occasional feature, your St. Norbert education continues as we profile a course or lecture taught by our own faculty. (And this time, there’s no final!)

    Read More
  • Balancing Act

    We tapped members of the St. Norbert family for their insights into health, wellness and what good self-stewardship looks like.

    Read More
  • According to the Research

    Two SNC undergrads are acquiring an understanding of the research landscape that would be the envy of many already well into their grad school careers.

    Read More
  • Bryn Mawr Partners on Tech

    A new partnership aims to continue support of faculty in the classroom and provide more opportunity for fostering innovative, technology-centered teaching techniques.

    Read More
  • True to You in Good Times and in Bad

    A wedding day in prospect. Sad news. A rapid change of plans. A marriage begins. A grievous loss. Finals to take. Life has had a lot to throw at pharmacy grad student Sarah (Parbs) LeMay ’18 since she and Andrew LeMay ’18 became engaged.

    Read More
  • Creating Connections, Changing Lives

    A passion for improving lives takes students to work at Caravel Autism Health, where their work to help kids and families falls right in line with the Green Bay center’s mission.

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  • That’s One More for the Scrapbook

    A snapshot taken on the St. Norbert campus has led to an annual tradition, seeing Kristen (Broten) Dummer ’05 and her family through five years – and a few family additions.

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  • Educator Recalls Keefe’s Influence

    At 85 years old, and in her 60th year as an educator, Ann (Morneau) Hollenback ’56 has no plans for slowing down: “I have five classes and a study. ... I haven’t thought about retiring.”

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Regular Features

In My Words

Joyfully Called to Mission

St. Norbert College’s tripartite mission – Catholic, Norbertine, liberal arts – makes a difference far beyond the college campus, writes President Brian Bruess ’90.

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Personally Speaking

Risk, Reward in the Balance Sheet of Life

Marc von der Ruhr (Economics) is famously risk-averse. All the same, there have been instances when he’s embraced risk – and the payoffs have been life-changing.

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Treasure

St. Augustine Literary & Dramatic Society

“I really got a sense of him ... just a beautiful way of writing. Not very concise at all; but it was the story-telling of the group, not just the facts.” – Shelly Mumma (Student Affairs)

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Alumni Profile

Alum Leads Youth Sports Complex as It Adjusts to Pandemic

Mark O’Brien ’93 has been at the helm while LakePoint Sports, a 1,300-acre campus for 32 youth sports near Atlanta, has adjusted its business model for the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Big Picture

The Shakespeare Garden

“So many hours must I take my rest; so many hours must I contemplate.” – William Shakespeare

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Online Exclusives

STORY
In salute

The global pandemic prevented Commencement ceremonies from going on as planned, but that didn’t stop us from honoring our 2020 grads in this video salute.

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Interruption

Derek Elkins (Emmaus Center) talks about the value of interruption in his episode of “SNC Strong: Communio Through COVID-19,” an occasional series in our internal newsletter.

GALLERY
In seasonal beauty

Campus may have been strangely empty as the spring semester came to an end, but our photographer Corey Wilson was able to capture its peaceful beauty.

STORY
In the teeth of the evidence

A bill named for Bailey Miller ’20, who's heading for dental school, makes its way through the state legislature. Our link takes you to video from the debate. Just click on the play arrow and we'll take you straight to Bailey.

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Incoming scholars

We share a video that we sent to our newest Trustee Scholarship awardees after we honored their achievements. We think it will make you feel proud, too – and not a little nostalgic!