North Central College - Naperville, IL
In five years since graduation, Kai Ruggeri ’06 has accomplished many things including completing a postdoctorate in Portugal.
From as early as 1875, the College had developed ties with Japan and China through the mission work of the Evangelical Church.
Today, North Central College attracts international students who seek to pursue majors in business, math, and the sciences—even musical theatre.
Growing up in Romania during the 1980s under an oppressive regime was “normal” for Andrei Guruianu, assistant professor of English.
Nine professors and their students are test subjects in a Learning Studio Research classroom.
In an effort to strengthen the bonds between North Central College and United Methodist churches, the college has reestablished the Albright-Wesley Society.
Peggy Moran knows the exact moment that altered her life.
The women’s soccer and lacrosse teams are receiving inspiration and motivation from an unlikely source: 6-year-old Rosie Colucci.
Thomas P. Moore was inducted into the Crawford County Veterans Hall of Fame in November 2010.
John Daniels was named a top attorney for 2010 in “Wisconsin Super Lawyers".
Lynda Buric Elliott published “Children’s Songs of the Southwest” in 2010.
Rae Ann Steinhebel Hoehn has been teaching art in the Fox Valley area of suburban Chicago since 1970 and is now using the Web to expand her classroom.
Don Engelsman is executive director of the Life Care senior living community in Elmhurst, IL.
Robert “Bob” Leslie was elected to a third term as District 3 magistrate in Oldham County, Kentucky.
Ginny Klomps Wallace is a project manager with natural resources communications firm D.J. Case and Associates based in Mishawaka, IN.
Michael Sparacino, M.D., joined the Family Medicine Department at River’s Edge Hospital and Clinic in St. Peter, MN.
Jeff Seaberg heads up the children’s theater program in Danville, CA, and was director of the campy Danville classic, “Wigged Out,” for many years.
Paul Lankenau owns Lankenau Architecture in Naperville, specializing in residential and commercial architecture.
Chuck Thompson wrote a book titled “Why Natasha?” It’s his first detective novel featuring Nattie Moreland.
Pam Salik Pepper was appointed to the City Council for Indianola, IA, filling a vacated position until the general election in November.