North Central College - Naperville, IL
Satyan Devadoss ’93, a nationally recognized educator and mathematician, received the Alumnus Recognition Award for 2008.
On the back cover of the North Central Now, there is a simple statement, this is our mission, our reason for existence.
Bartley and Maricela Madden contribute to the campus with buildings of old and new.
Fine Arts professor Ramona Wis uses her leadership to create a positive influence
North Central College trustees demonstrate leadership in the community and at the college .
Mike Hudson reflects on the importance of leadership in the building of the new Fine Arts Center.
Leaders and Philanthropists Derrick and Reverend Dr. Tracy Smith Malone give back to their community and to North Central.
Tom Cavenagh teaches leadership in the classroom and on the baseball diamond.
Leadership and good management skills are passed down from editor to editor at North Central's student publications.
Dr. Myron Wentz has dedicated his life as a response to "This Should Not Be."
K. Darrell Berlin ’55, a distinguished scientist, inventor and author, was recognized with an Outstanding Alumni Award at the Homecoming awards ceremony.
Every spring, the North Central College community celebrates the achievements of outstanding students in academics, co-curricular activities and athletics.
At a time when shopping malls need customers and condos aren't selling, market research can help developers make decisions about how to improve their properties
North Central College's biology department was rewarded for its growing program in undergraduate research when Visick learned that he was the recipient of a $12
TV news anchor, Susan Siman '87 Marcou of Madison, WI, got a call from CBS News she recalled knowledge from her days at North Central College.
Justin Kosman ’03 recently bought a home in San Diego, but don’t expect to find him there. He’s far more likely to be in Italy, Germany, or Las Vegas.
Peter Berg ’00 came to a crossroad in his life that would’ve defeated many people, but bettered himself and got a degree from North Central College.
Literary agent Jennifer Flannery M ’07 says successes seem secondary to earning her master of arts in liberal studies (MALS) degree
At the Princeton University graduation ceremony in early June where my daughter received her doctorate, there was an unanticipated highlight.
More students than ever before are walking the campus of North Central College. In September, enrollment topped 2,726 total students, the highest ever, boosted