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New tenure-track faculty join North Central College fall 2014

North Central College welcomed nine full-time tenure-track faculty members, representing all four academic divisions, at the start of new academic year.

With the start of fall term classes on Sept. 15, 2014, North Central College welcomed nine full-time, tenure-track faculty members. They represent all four academic divisions and a range of academic disciplines: sociology, biology, philosophy, psychology, Chinese, music, education and management.

These new tenure-track faculty are:

Oesterle Library features 2013 spring term exhibits, newsletter

During spring term, Oesterle Library exhibits feature publications by writers in the College community, Muslim Journeys collection and spring newsletter.

During spring term, Oesterle Library will display exhibits in its lobby that highlight professional publications by writers in the College community and selections from the books and resources in the “Bridging Cultures” Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys collection. Exhibit descriptions include:

Community Publications
Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education. “Sport and the Italian American Quest for Whiteness” in Sport in History, 2012.

Tom Gill, instructional media coordinator:

North Central faculty sponsor workshops for teachers of Chinese

Teachers of Chinese who attended first workshop
North Central College’s Chinese program and Xilin Asian Community Center of Naperville cosponsored a series of workshops this summer for teachers of Chinese.

This summer, North Central College’s Chinese program and Xilin Asian Community Center of Naperville cosponsored a series of four workshops for teachers of Chinese. Some were held on the College’s campus. Titled “Chinese Teacher Workshops: Enhancing Effective Language and Culture Teaching,” the series seeks to develop a community of Chinese teachers and foster pedagogical growth and exploration.

Topics covered general technologies for language learning and teaching, methodologies for various contexts, approaches to teaching Chinese culture and general professional skills.

North Central College invites public to free presentation on benefits of learning Chinese

John Robinson
North Central College invites the public to a free presentation Nov. 2 on the benefits of learning the Chinese language.

North Central College invites the public to a free presentation Nov. 2 on the benefits of learning the Chinese language.

The presentation, “Why Chinese?” will feature three guest speakers who speak fluent Chinese and who are Chicago-area managers of international business operations. The presentation will be particularly beneficial to high school and college-aged students considering Chinese studies, and for adults considering learning to use Chinese in their careers.

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