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North Central College juniors attend national, state leadership conferences

Elizabeth Novak ’14 and Monica Degenhardt ’14
Juniors Elizabeth Novak and Monica Degenhardt are chosen to represent North Central College in collegiate leadership conferences.

Two North Central College juniors were chosen to represent the College in collegiate leadership conferences.

Elizabeth Novak and Monica Degenhardt attended the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders at the University of Maryland in College Park, May 30-June 1. They were selected by the College’s Leadership, Ethics and Values (LEV) program to participate in the conference, which is organized in part by the American Association of University Women.

North Central's Leadership, Ethics & Values program focuses on moral courage

Journalist Eyal Press
North Central College’s Leadership, Ethics and Values will host author Eyal Press May 1 as part of yearlong focus on moral courage.

North Central College’s Leadership, Ethics and Values (LEV) program is exploring the topic of moral courage in a yearlong focus that includes a visit by a prominent author, discussions and multimedia presentations.

Students learn valuable lessons in leadership from faculty, staff and alumni

North Central College’s annual leadership conference “Lead For A Change” attracts more than 200 student participants.

More than 200 students attended North Central College’s second annual leadership conference, “Lead For A Change: Lead, Follow + Get in the Way,” held on campus April 5-6.  

Civil rights panel on April 5 opens Student Leadership Conference

North Central College presents panelists who reminisce about historic, personal events in 1963 during the modern civil rights movement.

North Central College presents a panel discussion Friday, April 5, that reminisces of historic, personal events in 1963 during the modern civil rights movement. The free event begins at 6 p.m. in Wentz Concert Hall and is the opening session for the two-day Student Leadership Conference.

Tarah B. Allen '11

Tarah B. Allen was appointed principal of the Ann Reid Early Childhood Center in Naperville. She previously served as the center’s assistant principal and was formerly a school psychologist and behavior learning specialist in Naperville Community Unit School District 203. Allen holds a master’s degree from the University of Buffalo and a certificate of education Leadership Type 75 from North Central.

North Central College earns White House recognition for community service

North Central College has earned a spot on the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

Volunteer efforts by North Central College students, faculty and staff have earned the College a spot on the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) recognizes higher education institutions that reflect the values of exemplary community service and achieve significant outcomes. North Central College was honored for engaging its students, faculty and staff in meaningful service that achieves measurable results in the community.

As snow falls, students clear away snow, lift spirits

A student removes snow from a vehicle.
North Central College student-athletes perform intentional acts of kindness across campus, clearing off snow-covered cars, encouraging others to do the same.

During a recent snow storm, members of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) were outdoors brushing off snow from cars parked in campus parking lots. These good deeds were done without fanfare but some students were caught in the act.

After students brushed snow off a car, they left behind a customized ice scraper with a business card encouraging car owners to pass along a similar act of kindness.

College hosts symposium on Global and Environmental Health

Augustine Afullo, Ph.D., and Christopher ‘Sola Olopade, M.D.
North Central College presents Feb. 19 symposium in Global Human Rights series, featuring two keynote speakers, sessions by faculty and students.

North Central College will host a symposium on Global and Environmental Health, featuring two keynote speakers with expertise on the subject—Augustine Afullo, Ph.D., and Christopher ‘Sola Olopade, M.D.—and sessions led by College faculty and students on Feb. 19.

Future educators consider ethical dilemmas, moral courage Feb. 19

North Central College’s education department will facilitate a brown bag lunch discussion Feb. 19 about moral courage as it relates to education.

North Central College’s education department will facilitate a brown bag lunch discussion on Feb. 19 about moral courage as it relates to the area of education.

The discussion will take place at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, in the second floor Gramarosso Gallery at the Res/Rec Center. All students are invited, especially those interested in education.

Morris discusses issues related to new reproductive technologies

Timothy Morris, professor of philosophy
Tim Morris, North Central College professor of philosophy, presented the topic “The Ethics and Politics of New Reproductive Technologies” to community group.

Timothy Morris, North Central College professor of philosophy, gave a presentation, titled “The Ethics and Politics of New Reproductive Technologies,” at the monthly meeting of the Humanists of West Suburban Chicagoland held at Naperville’s DuPage Unitarian Universalist Church on Feb. 13. He discussed issues related to in vitro fertilization, surrogate pregnancies, cloning and various attempts at trying to create “the perfect baby.”

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