North Central College - Naperville, IL
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Mike Krieglstein ’10
Musician, world traveler Mike Krieglstein ’10 is lecturer at university in Beijing and guest artist with WONC’s music night series Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Iran and right to education are focus of Jan. 31 panel and film “Education Under Fire” as part of the College’s emphasis on human rights.
Local elementary school teacher and Illinois’ Reading Educator of the Year Maria Walther will speak at North Central College Jan. 25.
Activist Joe Allen chronicles forgotten family tragedy of racial exploitation in Chicago during the 1940s in his talk and book “People Wasn’t Made to Burn.”
More than 100 students from across the country traveled to North Central College for the 2012 Blue Key National Conference.
Snow Bowl benefit in 2011
Join night of bowling, fundraiser Feb. 3 to support resource center for North Central education students and chapel service Jan. 24 in memory of Lora Tyson.
North Central College will host a talk by Paul Macek on global hunger as part of the Office of International Program’s global human rights focus this year.
Mary Lou Puttkowa Lipscomb is a science curriculum and professional development specialist for IMSA FUSION.
Rozanne Ferington Redlinski received the New York State Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Phillip Burke was elected to a fifth term as chairman of the board of Sycamore Hills.
Stacey Schiel Garrity is a senior manufacturing process development scientist for Epicentre.
Ray Odom is radio host Crazy Ray on WRXQ-FM 100.7.
Kristine Book is teaching elementary schoolchildren in South Korea.
Kristine Lipowski is project coordinator at Northwestern University’s Alzheimer’s Disease Center.
North Central College campus
North Central College will host a testing site for the American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) 10 and AMC 12 exams Feb. 22 for high school students.
The department of religious studies invites the campus community to join its contemplative events, including Catholic, Jewish and mindfulness meditations.
Gregory Wolf, professor of German
Gregory Wolf, North Central College professor of German, gave presentations, organized sessions at American Association for Teachers of German annual meeting.
Artist Tom Lynch strives for a level of excitement and drama in the exhibit “Dramatic Watercolor” April 1 through May 3 at North Central College.
Photographer Art Sussman captures the heart of his travels in the exhibit “Looking for West Africa” March 9 through April 29 at North Central College.