North Central College - Naperville, IL

Majors Minors and Programs : Mathematics

John Bramsen named Life Trustee of North Central College

John Bramsen, a longtime member of the North Central College Board of Trustees, has been named a Life Trustee of the College.

Contact: Ted Slowik, Director of PR and Media Relations, 630-637-5307, tjslowik@noctrl.edu

June 7, 2010—John Bramsen, a longtime member of the North Central College Board of Trustees, has been named a Life Trustee of the College.

Bramsen, of Chicago, has been a trustee of North Central College for 19 years. He has been a longtime member of the executive and liaison committees and has served as both chair and member of the academic affairs committee.

Jaclyn Murawska presents workshop to K-12 teachers

Jaclyn Murawska presents workshop to K-12 teachers

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Jaclyn Murawska, adjunct instructor of mathematics, presented a workshop titled “Explorations in Tessellations” to K-12 teachers at the Metropolitan Mathematics Club of Chicago's Annual Conference of Workshops Jan. 30 at York High School in Elmhurst.


Adjunct professor, trustee receives national physics award

North Central College Adjunct Professor of Physics and Trustee Herman White Jr. has been honored for his work in physics, public service and role in mentoring.

North Central College Adjunct Professor of Physics and Trustee Herman White Jr. of Naperville has been honored by the American Physical Society (APS) for his work in the field of physics, his public service and his role in mentoring students and fellow scientists.

Mary McMahon presents workshop for teachers

Mary McMahon presents workshop for teachers

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Mary McMahon, associate professor of mathematics and education certification officer, presented a workshop titled “Introduction to Lesson Study” to teachers from Oak Park Elementary School in East Aurora on Sept. 26 for the ACI/Science Math Learning Collaborative. During the discussion, teachers focused on student learning, reflected on why they teach as they do, and began building a stronger collegial network while they collaboratively planned a lesson on elapsed time.


Harold Zahl

Harold Zahl
Harold Zahl became a pioneer in the field of radar research, producing significant innovations for the U.S. military.

How many of the scientists
who have shaped our world can you identify? Here’s a few — all Nobel laureates: Harold Varmus. John Mather. Peter Agre. And their schools? Small liberal arts colleges.

Harvey Mehlhouse

Harvey Mehlhouse
The world today could use an efficiency expert like Harvey Mehlhouse.

The world today could use an efficiency expert like Harvey Mehlhouse. When the U.S. Treasury wanted to improve operations at the Philadelphia Mint in 1971, Mehlhouse was called in to help. At the time, he was president of Western Electric Company, which had a reputation for running a tight ship. Mehlhouse checked out the Mint’s operations, and the Treasury immediately adopted his recommendations for improving production planning, scheduling, quality control and materials handling.

Satyan Devadoss '93 Receives Alumnus Recognition Award

 

Satyan Devadoss ’93, a nationally recognized educator and mathematician, received the Alumnus Recognition Award for 2008. Visiting campus in October, he spoke to mathematics students about robot motion planning, derived from his extensive research in studying shapes and particle collisions.

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