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CCIW head football coaches featured in annual online chat

CCIW head football coaches featured in annual online chat

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The College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin (CCIW) will conduct its fourth annual live chat with the eight head football coaches in the conference on Monday, Aug. 6, and Tuesday, Aug. 7.

Augustana College’s Rob Cushman, Carthage College’s Tim Rucks, Elmhurst College’s Tim Lester and Wheaton College’s Mike Swider will join the chat from 10 to 10:30 a.m. on Aug. 6.



2012 faculty tenure and promotions announced

2012 faculty tenure and promotions announced

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The North Central College Board of Trustees recently granted tenure and approved promotions to several faculty members effective with the start of the 2012-2013 academic year in September. These faculty are:



Student Jacqueline Roller hosts first solo art exhibit

Student Jacqueline Roller hosts first solo art exhibit

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North Central student Jacqueline Roller hosted her first solo art show July 16 at the Naperville Art League. The Naperville resident plans to complete her studies in 2012 with a double-major in studio art and psychology.



Publication profiles English professor Zachary Jack on eve of author's talk

Publication profiles English professor Zachary Jack on eve of author's talk

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The River Cities Reader recently profiled Associate Professor of English Zachary Jack in a piece that talked about how he is a descendant of seven generations of  families in Iowa.

Jack will deliver an author’s talk and read from his creative-nonfiction book “Native Soulmate” (scheduled for September release) at the Bettendorf Public Library on Thursday, July 21.



Teuscher earn CoSIDA award

Teuscher earn CoSIDA award

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North Central College sports information director Clark Teuscher has been selected as one of this year's winners in the Fred Stabley Sr. Writing Contest sponsored by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).



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

For promotion



Carius cross country teams among best in Illinois history

Carius cross country teams among best in Illinois history

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In the ESPN Rise story, titled “50 Years of College Cross Country in the State of Illinois: The 25 Best Men’s College/University Teams (1960-2010),” Head Men’s Cross Country Coach Al Carius and his teams rank five times among the top 25.



Two faculty concerts this week

Two faculty concerts this week

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A member of North Central’s jazz faculty, John McLean will perform “An Evening with Jazz Guitarist John McLean” at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 4, in Wentz Concert Hall.



Employee news

Employee news

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Brian Rainville, area hall director, Res/Rec Center Residence Hall, was promoted to director of ministry and service.

New employees:
Jennifer Doede, part-time assistant volleyball coach 4/1
Marco Fajardo, part-time assistant baseball coach
David Hulbert, maintenance/porter, athletics
Stanislaw Jamroz, groundskeeper I
Lisette Odegaard, part-time reference services librarian, Oesterle Library



Caliendo to give author talk March 31

Caliendo to give author talk March 31

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Stephen Maynard Caliendo, professor of political science, will give an author talk and sign copies of his new book, “Race Appeal: How Candidates Invoke Race in U.S. Political Campaigns,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 31, at Anderson’s Two Doors East, 111 E. Jefferson Ave. He and co-author Charles McIlwain will share their findings and lead a discussion.



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