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NAC&U wraps up three-day Summer Institute at North Central

NAC&U wraps up three-day Summer Institute at North Central

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The New American Colleges and Universities wrapped up its 2011 Summer Institute at North Central College Friday with a look ahead to the 2012 Summer Institute at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah.



Spiritual growth important to college students, researchers tell NAC&U members

Helen and Alexander Astin
Alexander and Helen Astin delivered the keynote address for The New American Colleges and Universities’ 2011 Summer Institute at North Central College.

June 23, 2011—Colleges and universities can do a better job encouraging undergraduates to explore spirituality, preeminent higher education researchers Alexander and Helen Astin said during the keynote address for The New American Colleges and Universities’ 2011 Summer Institute at North Central College.

NAC&U to honor education researchers during Summer Institute at North Central

Alexander Astin
The New American Colleges and Universities will honor education researchers Alexander and Helen Astin during the 2011 Summer Institute June 22-24.

The New American Colleges and Universities will honor education researchers Alexander and Helen Astin during the 2011 NAC&U Summer Institute June 22-24 at North Central College.

The Astins are the event’s keynote speakers and the first recipients of the NAC&U Ernest L. Boyer Award. The theme of the 15th annual Summer Institute is, “The New American Colleges and Universities: From Founding Conversations to 21st Century Best Practices.”  

NAC&U members evaluate student affairs at North Central College

New American Colleges & Universities members who are helping North Central College assess its student affairs programs may receive some help in return.

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

March 16, 2010—New American Colleges & Universities members who are helping North Central College assess its student affairs programs may receive some return help in the form of ideas about best practices.

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