North Central College - Naperville, IL
I am a big fan of interdisciplinary studies and what I’ve witnessed at North Central College reminds me of my own experience as an undergraduate.
As an art student in the 1960s, Monika Wulfers ’68 would have never envisioned that her art would become suspended tubes of light charged with argon.
North Central College welcomed nine full-time, tenure-track faculty members in fall 2014.
On July 1, the campus welcomed the Rev. Eric Doolittle (pictured right), who has assumed the position of campus chaplain.
North Central College faculty who teach an interdisciplinary seminar enjoy the opportunity to fashion a course from their academic fields and interests.
For Danara Barlow ’15 and Taylor Harrison ’15—the 2014 recipients of the Mironda K. Heston Grant for Public Service.
The College’s new director of alumni engagement Jared Bogan M ’10 has taken a nontraditional career path.
Joseph Testolin Jr. M ’14 is store manager at Swimmer’s Edge in Woodridge, IL. He may be reached at joetestolin@yahoo.com.
Alana Shuma is curator at the Museums at Lisle Station Park in Lisle, IL, and worked with Brian Failing ’14, the museum’s previous curator.
Tiffany Pankow exhibited her art work in the 2014 Fletcher Exhibit for socially and politically engaged art at the Reece Museum in Johnson City, TN.
David Norman M ’14 is assistant principal at Geneva Middle School North in Geneva, IL.
Scott Loucks M ’14 is chief financial officer with Red Box in Oak Brook, IL.
Patrick Loftus is periodicals and electronic resources assistant in Oesterle Library at North Central.
Kevin Kittilsen is vice president of DJK Custom Homes in Naperville.
Brian Kirhofer won the Aurora City Golf Championship in Aurora, IL. Kirhofer was on the golf team at North Central.
Jamie Barthelme joined the professional staff of Doehring, Winders & Co. certified public accountants in Mattoon, IL.
Mallory Bahr is assistant coach of the women’s lacrosse team of Huntingdon College in Montgomery, AL.
Alyssa Allgood recorded her first professional extended play collection through Transient Sound Recording Studio.
Meggie Zayas organized the Because One Is Too Many event at Benedictine University in Lisle, IL, to raise awareness of domestic abuse and sexual assault.
Yonatan Mascote won the second annual Edward Hospital Naperville Marathon with a time of 2:33:51.