North Central College - Naperville, IL

Chronicle of Higher Education names North Central a 2014 Great College To Work For

North Central College ranks among 92 of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.

North Central College ranks among the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Colleges of Distinction says North Central excels at preparing graduates for success

North Central College is recognized for excellence in the 2014-2015 Colleges of Distinction directory.

North Central College is recognized for excellence in the 2014-2015 Colleges of Distinction directory.

Colleges of Distinction is a guide that considers the views of guidance counselors, educators and admission professionals to honor colleges that excel in four areas of undergraduate education: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant communities and successful outcomes.

The 15th annual edition praises North Central College and its commitment to those four core values.

North Central College alumnus Tom Musgrave finalist for CIO of the year award

North Central College alumnus Tom Musgrave has been named a finalist for a 2014 Georgia CIO of the Year Award.

North Central College alumnus Tom Musgrave has been named a finalist for a 2014 Georgia CIO of the Year Award.

Chief information officers and those in equivalent positions are selected based on their contributions in innovation, leadership, business value and community involvement. Winners will be announced Oct. 31 at the 16th Annual Georgia CIO of the Year Awards breakfast at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta.

Brad Donati earns Outstanding Major in Marketing Award

Brad Donati
Brad Donati was awarded the Outstanding Major in Marketing Award during North Central College’s 2014 Honors Convocation.

Brad Donati, son of Michael and Jill Donati of Oswego, was awarded the Outstanding Major in Marketing Award during Honors Day May 13 at North Central College in Naperville.

A junior, Brad is a double major in marketing and finance with a minor in economics at North Central College. He is a graduate of Oswego High School.

Jordan Pilgrim earns two awards at 2014 Honors Convocation

Jordan Pilgrim
Jordan Pilgrim won two North Central College awards, the Outstanding Major in Finance and Outstanding Major in Actuarial Science.

Jordan Pilgrim, son of David and Naddene Pilgrim of Fairbury, Ill., was recognized with two awards—the Outstanding Major in Finance and the Outstanding Major in Actuarial Science—during Honors Day May 13 at North Central College in Naperville.

A senior, Jordan has a triple major in actuarial science, economics and finance with a minor in computer science at North Central College. He is a graduate of Prairie Central High School.

Stephania Rodriguez earns three awards at 2014 Honors Convocation

Stephania Rodriguez
Stephania Rodriguez won three North Central College awards: Student Life and the Outstanding Major in Human Resource Management and in Economics & Business.

Stephania Rodriguez, daughter of Sergio and Norma Rodriguez of Aurora, was recognized with three awards—Outstanding Major in Human Resource Management, Outstanding Student in Division of Economics and Business, and Outstanding Service to Student Life—during Honors Day May 13 at North Central College in Naperville.

A senior, Stephania is majoring in human resource management with a minor in Spanish at North Central College. She is a graduate of Oswego East High School.

Jillian Laumbacher earns two awards at 2014 Honors Convocation

Jillian Laumbacher
Jillian Laumbacher won two North Central College awards, the Outstanding Major in Economics and Outstanding Major in Global Studies.

Jillian Laumbacher, daughter of Edgar and Beverly Laumbacher of Crystal Lake, was recognized with two awards—Outstanding Major in Economics and Outstanding Major in Global Studies—during Honors Day May 13 at North Central College in Naperville.

A senior, Jillian is double majoring in economics and global studies with a concentration in international relations at North Central College. She is a graduate of Crystal Lake South High School.

Nine faculty receive tenure, promotions

The North Central College Board of Trustees grants tenure, approves promotions to faculty members effective with the start of the 2014-2015 academic year.

At its May 2014 meeting, the North Central College Board of Trustees granted tenure and approved promotions to several faculty members effective with the start of the 2014-2015 academic year in September. These faculty are:

Diane Anstine, Ph.D., was promoted to professor of economics

Michael de Brauw, Ph.D., was granted tenure and promoted to associate professor of classics

Shereen Ilahi, Ph.D., was granted tenure and promoted to associate professor of history

Wendy Koenig, Ph.D., was granted tenure

Registration is underway for summer school at North Central College

Undergraduate and graduate students attending any college or university can enroll in summer credit courses at North Central College.

Students attending any college or university can enroll in summer credit courses at North Central College.

Registration is underway for a variety of undergraduate and graduate-level courses that often can be applied toward graduation requirements at a student’s home institution. Class sessions are offered in four- and eight-week terms, starting June 16. The second four-week term starts July 14.

Sheridan publishes article, “A Primer for New Teachers of Economics”

Brandon Sheridan, assistant professor of economics
Brandon Sheridan, North Central College assistant professor of economics, coauthored an article for new economics instructors in the Southern Economic Journal.

Brandon Sheridan, North Central College assistant professor of economics, coauthored an article in the January 2014 issue of Southern Economic Journal, which is a general-interest economics journal and also the eighth oldest American academic journal in the economic profession. His coauthors are Dr. Jennifer Imazeki of San Diego State University and Dr. Gail Hoyt of the University of Kentucky.

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