North Central College - Naperville, IL
Frank Jen was credited with creating a “seminar culture” at the University of Buffalo in New York 40 years ago.
Rogene A. Buchholz wrote a book titled “Reforming Capitalism: The Scientific Worldview and Business.”
The Reverend Barbara Carlson edited “Continuously Creating Spirit, A Clarke Wells Reader” by Clarke Dewey Wells.
Helen Baker is the office manager/administrative assistant of a mental health counseling agency.
Ashley Popp coauthored a paper which was accepted for publication in the 2012 No LIV issue of the journal “Physical Culture and Sport. Studies and Research.”
Garrett Lutz was cast in the ensemble of “Three Sisters” at Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago.
Emily Steffen received the Outstanding First-Year Teacher Award from Naperville Unit School District 203 for her work at Naper and Ellsworth Elementary schools.
Lu Ann Schieferdecker M ’08 won the Henry and Stark Counties Fast Pitch Award for her unique packaging concept that markets local business.
Lindsey Theis was nominated for a News and Documentary Emmy Award by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in the Best Feature Reporting category.
Sandy Marchetti is a regional winner of a writing contest and author of her first book, “The Canopy,” a volume of poetry available at Amazon.com.
Kam Kniss was promoted to assistant vice president of commercial banking at Wintrust Financial Corporation in Chicago.
Steve Albanese was named 2010-2011 Coach of the Year by the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) San Diego Section.
Ross Przybylski hosted a presentation on North Central’s campus called “How To Become Your Own Game Developer With Adobe Flash.”
Nicholas Janssen received Naperville Community Unit School District 203’s Outstanding Early Educator Award for his work as choral director.
North Central College today is fertile ground for collaborations across disciplines and experiments with curriculum, facilities design and technology.
North Central College today is fertile ground for collaborations across disciplines and experiments with curriculum, facilities design and technology.
North Central College today is fertile ground for collaborations across disciplines and experiments with curriculum, facilities design and technology.
Kenton Skarin ’04 received appointment as a law clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for the 2012-2013 season.
North Central College today is fertile ground for collaborations across disciplines and experiments with curriculum, facilities design and technology.
Brianna Tolliver ’12 went from trying javelin as a freshman to becoming an All-American at the 2012 NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships.