North Central College - Naperville, IL

Athletic training students among best in state in contest, one wins scholarship

One of many athletic training spaces at Athletic Complex
North Central College’s team of athletic training seniors takes second place at Illinois Athletic Trainers Association College Bowl.

Each year, students and staff members in North Central College’s athletic training education program attend the Illinois Athletic Trainers Association (IATA) Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium for education and to compete in the College Bowl.  

This year’s event was held Nov. 5-6 in Bloomington and the College Bowl competition, involving 11 participating teams, took place Nov. 6. The College Bowl is held annually at the state meeting and utilizes a “Jeopardy” format, with three rounds and a final question.

Spanish Club hosts Latin Music Festival Tuesday, Nov. 8

 Daniel Noce and Ramona Nita tango dancers perform at Latin Music Festival
North Central College’s Spanish Club Fusion Española presents its second annual Latin Music Festival Nov. 8 with professional dancers, musicians.

North Central College’s Spanish Club Fusion Española presents its second annual Latin Music Festival Nov. 8. The free event will take place from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, in the theatre at Meiley-Swallow Hall and features a variety of sounds from Latin America and Spain with food for guests to enjoy. Tapas will be served before the show begins and guests are welcome to come and go as they wish.

The following artists will perform during the festival:

Political science professor cited in report on Tea Party, Occupy movements

Occupy Naperville
Stephen Maynard Caliendo, associate professor of political science, is cited in a Daily Herald article about the Tea Party and Occupy movements.

Stephen Maynard Caliendo, North Central College associate professor of political science, is cited in a Sunday, Nov. 6 Daily Herald article about how the Tea Party and Occupy movements are spurring citizen involvement in America's political process.

Caliendo told the newspaper his North Central students are watching both the Tea Party and the Occupy movements with great interest.

Selsky gives talk at NSCA personal trainer clinic

Kendall Selsky, visiting assistant professor of health and physical education
Kendall Selsky, North Central College visiting assistant professor of health and physical education, spoke at clinic about injury prevention techniques.

Kendall Selsky ’93, North Central College visiting assistant professor of health and physical education and exercise science program director, spoke at a continuing education session at the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Illinois State Personal Trainer Clinic held in Chicago Nov. 5. The topic she presented was titled “ACL Injury Prevention Techniques/Programs for Strength & Conditioning Professionals.”

Lemont newspaper profiles student interning at Porsche office

Storm Styles
Storm Styles is profiled in the Lemont Reporter/Met because of her internship working in human resources at Porsche’s corporate office in Lisle.

Storm Styles, a North Central College junior double-majoring in psychology and human resource management, is profiled in the Lemont Reporter/Met because of her internship working in human resources at Porsche’s corporate office in Lisle.

Schacht speaks to graduate students and professors at Northwestern

Patricia Schacht, assistant professor of psychology
Patricia Schacht, North Central College’s assistant professor of psychology, gives talk at Northwestern University on pros of teaching at liberal arts college.

Patricia M. Schacht, North Central College’s assistant professor of psychology, gave a talk titled “The Benefits of Teaching at a Liberal Arts College” to graduate students, interns and professors at Northwestern University’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences on Oct. 24. She discussed the pros and cons of teaching at a small liberal arts college, as well as the application process and ways to increase their chances of landing a job at a teaching college.
 
Schacht was invited to share her experiences at North Central College by a professional colleague.

Alum earns state's highest education honor

Josh Stumpenhorst '03 Teacher of the Year
Josh Stumpenhorst ’03 wins Illinois Teacher of the Year.

Josh Stumpenhorst ’03 gets to go to NASA Space Camp in Huntsville, Ala. He’ll also get to meet President Obama and the first lady at a White House dinner in the spring. He may even be invited to throw out the first pitch at a Cubs game.

Those are some of the perks that come with being named the Illinois Teacher of the Year for 2011-2012. The Illinois State Board of Education announced the award Oct. 22 during the Those Who Excel banquet in Normal.

Jackson presents workshop at national conference

Renard Jackson, assistant professor of education
Renard Jackson, North Central College assistant professor of education, presented a workshop at the National Dropout Prevention Network Conference.

Renard Jackson, North Central College assistant professor of education, presented the workshop “Milestone: Making a Commitment To Partnerships” at the 23rd annual National Dropout Prevention Network Conference at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center in Schaumburg on Oct. 11.

Wis gives keynote address, leads session at conference of music educators

Ramona Wis, Mimi Rolland Professor in the Fine Arts
Ramona Wis, North Central College’s Mimi Rolland Professor in the Fine Arts and professor of music, was keynote speaker and session presenter at conference.

Ramona M. Wis, North Central College’s Mimi Rolland Professor in the Fine Arts and professor and chair of music, was keynote speaker and a session presenter at the British Columbia Music Educators Association conference, titled “Forte 2011: Growing Strong in Music Education,” in Richmond, British Columbia, Oct. 20-22.

Bayona is editor in new book on crosslinguistic influence

Patricia Bayona, adjunct assistant professor of Spanish
Patricia Bayona, North Central College adjunct assistant professor of Spanish, is editor in book about crosslinguistic influence and multilingualism research.

Patricia Bayona, North Central College adjunct assistant professor of Spanish, is editor of an article in the new book “New Trends in Crosslinguistic Influence and Multilingualism Research,” Ed. Gessica de Angelis and Jean-Marc Dewaele by Multilingual Matters.

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