North Central College - Naperville, IL

Steve Macek publishes article

Steve Macek publishes article

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Steve Macek, associate professor speech communication and coordinator of urban and suburban studies, co-authored an article about the digital TV conversion and privatization of the airwaves that was widely published on online news sites.


Ramona Wis addresses leadership in workshops

Ramona Wis addresses leadership in workshops

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Ramona Wis, Mimi Rolland Professor in the Fine Arts and professor and chair of music, was a featured presenter at the GALA Choruses Conference in Columbus, Ohio, on Sept. 4, presenting all-day, in-depth institutes on leadership to artistic directors and conductors from around the country. On Sept. 2, she also presented an in-service workshop on leadership to District 125 K-12 music educators in Lincolnshire, IL.


John Madormo's screenplay places in contest

John Madormo's screenplay places in contest

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John Madormo, assistant professor of broadcast communication and general manager of WONC-FM 89.1, took second place in the Comedy Division at the Chicago Screenwriters Network 2009 Midwest Screenwriting Contest for his screenplay, a comedy titled The Boys' Club.  It also reached the Semi-Finals of the 2009 Scriptapalooza International Screenplay Competition. The Boys’ Club is about five retired widowers who meet each day for coffee, doughnuts and an endless discussion of minutia.


New exhibits in Oesterle Library

New exhibits in Oesterle Library

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Ted Slowik wins editorial award

Ted Slowik wins editorial award

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David Gray presents at annual meeting

David Gray presents at annual meeting

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David Gray, assistant professor of accounting, gave a presentation titled “Using a Common Case Study Throughout the Accounting Curriculum to Encourage Student Understanding and Integration” at the American Accounting Association's Annual Meeting in New York City, Aug. 1-5.


New employees

New employees

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Congratulations

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Patricia King's short stories are finalists

Patricia King's short stories are finalists

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[caption id="attachment_100" align="alignleft" width="76" caption="Patricia King"][/caption] Patricia King, adjunct assistant professor of English, received two finalist awards for two of her short stories: “Dogs in Guatemala” for Southwest Review's 2009 David Nathan Meyerson Fiction Prize and “A Luck that Will Save Her” in the 2009 Santa Fe Writers Project Literary Awards Program.


Gerald Gems publishes book, articles

Gerald Gems publishes book, articles

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Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education, has had a number of recent publications. His book titled Understanding American Sports, which he co-authored with Gertrud Pfister of the University of Copenhagen, was published in July by Routledge. His chapter titled “Sport Historians, the City, and the New Social History” was published in Routledge Companion to Sports History (London) by Steven Pope and John Nauright, eds.


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