North Central College - Naperville, IL
Gregory H. Wolf, associate professor in German, conducted a workshop and seminar for the Arkansas chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German.
The Japan and International Clubs and Offices of International Programs, Ministry and Service and Residence Life are coordinating relief efforts for Japan.
Jon Warfel, pianist and lecturer in music, maintains an active concert schedule, including recent performances in a recital series and a choral festival.
Harry Potter's World poster
North Central will host a traveling exhibit, April 10-May 21, about the real-life alchemists and physicians featured in Rowling's popular Harry Potter books.
North Central welcomes two shows April 6 of “Calculus: The Musical!”—a theatrical journey through the concepts of calculus with a comedic approach to learning.
From as early as 1875, the College had developed ties with Japan and China through the mission work of the Evangelical Church.
Amy Elisabeth Olson
An English literature major will represent the College at the 12th annual Citywide Undergraduate Poetry Festival.
With six North Central students studying in Japan during the earthquake and tsunami safely accounted for, one student shares her story with local media.
The College’s Summer Language Institute provides an opportunity for students from other countries to learn English in America.
Diane Grams
Guest speakers give talks in April on comparisons between New Orleans and Chicago, adventures along the Appalachian Trail, and bicycling advocacy.
The Concert Choir will embark on its first tour in Italy March 16-24 and sing at concerts in Florence, Venice and Siena and masses at the Vatican in Rome.
Team members and faculty coaches, from left: David DePino ’13, John Stanley, Nic
North Central’s forensics team won three first-place titles and a team sweepstakes award at Illinois Intercollegiate Forensics Association State Championships.
Grant Gustafson, a 2010 graduate who majored in jazz studies, performed with Jessica Lea Mayfield on a network television show.
Francine Navakas gave a presentation at the Association of American Colleges and Universities Network for Academic Renewal Conference in Chicago.
From left, elementary education and Spanish majors Sarah Hall ’12 and Liz Linnin
North Central College’s service learning program was featured in an online story.
Alumna and author Cynthia Jele has won the 2011 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for the Best First Book in the African region.
Perry Hamalis, associate professor of religious studies, participated in a World Council of Churches conference at The University of Erfurt in Germany.
Football players with Habitat for Humanity in S.C.
More than 60 students traveled across the country to work as volunteers on six different service projects during spring break, March 17-26.
Shane Gillespie, Class of 2004, English teacher
Four alumni of North Central College's undergraduate and graduate education programs share their expertise and advice with students.
Dr. Doris Mangiaracina Benbrook, Class of 1981
Rall Symposium for Undergraduate Research welcomes two noted scholars, cancer researchers, professors and North Central alumni as keynote speakers.