North Central College - Naperville, IL
Kimberly Lisanby-Barber was named the 2012-2013 Elementary School Principal of the Year by the Illinois Principals Association.
Doris Replogle Porter founded Mayhaven Publishing in 1990 and publishes books, audio books and e-books for adults and children.
Carolyn Wroblewski Turner was awarded the Carl Vacketta Administrative Excellence Award for her professional contributions.
Deanne Reedquist Sramek has been a clinical nurse researcher at Wyoming Medical Center in Casper, WY, for seven years.
Matt Boresi ‘97 in April enjoyed the Washington, D.C., premier of his chamber opera titled “The Filthy Habit,”
Jacob Hubert was named principal of North Boone High School in Poplar Grove, IL.
David Thompson began his first season as the head coach of the men’s and women’s cross country and track and field programs at Oswego State University.
Tracie Morris was named vice president, human resources at ComEd.
Jim Owczarski ’02 captured third place in the national Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE) awards for feature writing.
Scott R. Daly accepted a tenure-track faculty position in the department of chemistry at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
Wayne Randazzo is broadcaster for the Kane County Cougars.
Math major Maria Gommel ’13 joins the ranks of Goldwater Scholars
Heather Carlson ’91, Professor of Medicinal Chemistry at University of Michigan, keynote speaker for 2012 Rall Symposium for Undergraduate Research.
The first recipients of the newly established Magnetrol Judy G. Stevenson Scholarships are thriving at North Central.
One of the joys of serving as North Central’s president is watching young men and women I first knew as students build lives and careers.
Stephania Rodriguez ’14 loves mentoring young people—that is, people just a year younger.
While other students his age are hoping to find an internship, Brian Failing ’14 is hoping to find interns.
As the Class of 1951 collected generous donations for a 60th reunion gift, their thoughts returned to Phyllis Ebinger '51.
North Central will play a lead role in helping teachers at high-need schools better prepare students for more rigorous standards in mathematics.
New recording showcases acoustics of Wentz Concert Hall.