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Chemistry demo featuring Bob Becker, open to campus and community

North Central College co-presents a free chemistry demonstration by award-winning high school chemistry teacher and Yale graduate Bob Becker Sept. 18.

North Central College and ChemWest co-present a free chemistry demonstration by award-winning high school chemistry teacher Bob Becker at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18, in Pfeiffer Hall.

David Letterman asks Naperville science kid, “Do you go to North Central?”

A Naperville "Science Kid" prompts David Letterman to ask about North Central College.

North Central College made an appearance on “The Late Show with David Letterman” on Thursday, May 10.

Jack Brandt, son of North Central College chemistry professor Paul Brandt, was one of three Naperville students selected for the show’s annual Science Kids segment. Jack is a seventh-grader at Kennedy Junior High School.

Jack wore a North Central College sweatshirt on the show. Letterman pointed to his shirt and asked, “Where do you go to school, is it North Central?” Jack proceeded to illustrate the power of atmospheric pressure using the “Can Crush” experiment.

Tellabs Foundation helps science teachers through North Central College and ChemWest

A Tellabs Foundation grant will help educators develop exciting new science demonstrations for children through a partnership with North Central and ChemWest.

Dec. 6, 2011—A Tellabs Foundation grant will help area educators develop exciting new science demonstrations for children through a partnership with North Central College and ChemWest.

North Central College and ChemWest—a nonprofit networking group for chemistry teachers—will use the $30,000 Tellabs Foundation grant to develop and share demonstrations and other practices to enhance the study of science for up to 10,000 children in area elementary, middle and high schools.

Chemistry club holds demo day for National Chemistry Week

Chemistry major James Davidson ’13, far right
North Central College’s chapter of the Student Members of the American Chemical Society hosted a demo day Oct. 20 as part of National Chemistry Week activities.

North Central College’s chapter of the Student Members of the American Chemical Society (SMACS) hosted a demonstration day as part of its National Chemistry Week activities Thursday, Oct. 20.

Students in SMACS and faculty advisor Paul Brandt (photo, left), professor of chemistry and chair of chemistry and physics, performed 12 different experiments for the event in front of a handful of North Central College students.

North Central College offers new course in green chemistry

New this fall, a green chemistry course will focus on the design of chemical products and processes that eliminate the use of hazardous substances.

This fall North Central is offering a green chemistry course for the first time. Paul Brandt, professor of chemistry and chair of chemistry and physics, will be teaching the CHM 430 Special Topics: Green Chemistry course, which focuses on the design of chemical products and processes that eliminate the use or generation of hazardous substances.

Trustees approve faculty tenure, promotions

Trustees approve faculty tenure, promotions

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The Board of Trustees of North Central College approved five faculty for tenure and nine faculty for promotion at the Trustee meeting, May 20-21, 2011. Congratulations to the following faculty:

For tenure
Dr. William Barnett, Department of History
Dr. Amy Buxbaum, Department of Speech Communication
Dr. David Janzen, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Dr. Donnavieve Smith, Department of Management and Marketing
Dr. Gregory Wolf, Department of Modern and Classical Languages

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