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Chicago Symphony Orchestra returns for May 19 concert in Wentz Concert Hall

Chicago Symphony Orchestra to perform May 19 at North Central College, concluding College’s stellar 2011-2012 Sesquicentennial Fine & Performing Arts Season.

Chicago Symphony Orchestra will perform May 19 at North Central College, marking the CSO’s third appearance in the College’s acoustically stunning Wentz Concert Hall.

The performance will begin at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 19, in North Central’s Wentz Concert Hall at the Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Ave. Tickets are $150 and $125; call the North Central College Box Office at 630-637-SHOW (7469) or visit northcentralcollege.edu/showtix.

Hemlata Mistry ’05 passion for Korea earns a Fulbright

Hemlata Mistry ’05 watches news reports about North Korea with a special fascination. She developed an academic passion for the Korean culture and language while at North Central, and now her hard work and advanced studies have resulted in a prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA). She will begin the orientation process in July and then receive an assignment to teach English in South Korea while engaging in cultural exchange programs and furthering her own Korean language studies.

Two Commencement speakers, honorary degree recipients earn major awards

Major awards were announced today for two people who were awarded honorary degrees and who delivered Commencement addresses at the College.

Major awards were announced today for two people who were awarded honorary degrees from North Central College and who delivered Commencement addresses at the College.

North Central to premiere conclusion of documentary about 150-year history

North Central College on May 16 will premiere of the final part of a documentary produced with NCTV that chronicles the College’s 150-year history.

April 26, 2012—North Central College invites the public to the free premiere of the final part of a documentary series produced with Naperville Community Television that chronicles the College’s 150-year history.

“Moving Into the 21st Century” is the final segment of the five-part documentary series “A Promising Start,” which commemorates the College’s Sesquicentennial. The segment will premiere at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 16, in Madden Theatre at the Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Ave. Complimentary refreshments will be served.

North Central College scholarship honors educator, public servant Mary Lou Cowlishaw

The new The Mary Lou Cowlishaw Scholarship for Lederman Scholars honors the legacy of the late legislator and North Central College faculty member.

A new North Central College scholarship honors the legacy of the late educator and public servant Mary Lou Cowlishaw.

The Mary Lou Cowlishaw Scholarship for Lederman Scholars will help offset tuition costs for academically gifted high school students who earn college credit by enrolling in North Central College’s Lederman Scholars program.

Field Museum internship leads to scholarship for North Central College anthropology major

North Central College anthropology major Jessica Pantel of Beach Park, Ill., has been awarded the College’s 2012 Gloria Levitt Scholarship for Anthropology.

May 8, 2012—North Central College anthropology major Jessica Pantel of Beach Park, Ill., has been awarded the College’s 2012 Gloria Levitt Scholarship for Anthropology.

Pantel, a junior, interned with The Field Museum in Chicago during winter term and was awarded the $1,000 scholarship for her work with the museum. The award was announced May 1 when Gloria Levitt, associate registrar in The Field Museum’s Department of Anthropology, hosted a talk at North Central about career opportunities in sociology and anthropology.

Public invited to free presentation by international business expert at North Central College

Michael Hugos
International information technology consultant Michael Hugos will deliver the free presentation “Success in the Global Markets” on April 18.

April 9, 2012—The public is invited to hear international information technology consultant Michael Hugos deliver the free presentation “Success in the Global Markets” at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, in North Central College’s Smith Hall at Old Main, 30 N. Brainard St.  

Hugos’ presentation will address how Americans can compete in the international market and how working styles and cultures vary among the different countries where he has visited and worked.

Alumnus Robert Taylor named finalist for Golden Apple teaching award

Robert Taylor, who earned his MAEd from North Central College in 2000, has been named a finalists for the Golden Apple Awards for Excellence in Teaching.

Robert Taylor, who earned his master’s of education (MAEd) degree in curriculum and instruction from North Central College in 2000, has been named one of 32 finalists for the Golden Apple Awards for Excellence in Teaching.

Taylor is a second-grade teacher at Central Road School in Palatine in Community Consolidated School District 15. He has taught in District 15 since 1997. He became a National Board Certified Teacher in 2003, and is currently renewing that certification.

Marketing, finance alumna Sarah Ackerman honored as a 'Rising Star'

Sarah Ackerman, who earned a bachelor's degree in marketing and finance from North Central College in 2006, has been honored with a "Rising Star" award.

Sarah Ackerman, who earned a bachelor's degree in marketing and finance from North Central College in 2006, has been honored with a "Rising Star" award by a pair of special events trade groups.

Ackerman works for GEP Destination Management in the Atlanta area. Each year the Greater Atlanta Chapters of the International Special Events Society (ISES) and the National Association of Catering Executives (NACE) produce the Allie Awards.

Newspaper profiles Wayne Randazzo '07, new radio voice of Kane County Cougars

Wayne Randazzo '07 (Suburban Life photo)
Suburban Life Publications features a profile of 2007 North Central College broadcasting alumnus Wayne Randazzo, the new radio voice of the Kane County Cougars.

Suburban Life Publications features a Q&A profile with 2007 North Central College broadcast communication alumnus Wayne Randazzo, the new radio voice for the Kane County Cougars.

When the Geneva-based Cougars—the Class A Midwest League affiliate of the Kansas City Royals—open their baseball season April 5, Randazzo will be heard calling games on radio station WBIG-AM 1280 and online at kccougars.com.

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