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Alums share #NCCBucketList of experiences with first-year students
Recent North Central College alumni have recommended a “bucket list” of experiences for the new Class of 2018 students to help them become Cardinals for Life.
Alumna discovers her radio fellowship has a North Central connection
Journalism major Laurel White ’10 is named Lee Ester News Fellow at Wisconsin Public Radio, a position named for a College alumnus.
Gems publishes various works about sports history and gives talk
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, has published two essays and two articles, an e-book and presented this summer.
Student meets reporting legends at Hispanic journalist convention
Eduardo Sanchez Beltran ’16 was student reporter at National Association of Hispanic Journalists Convention, wrote for website, met media leaders.
Prominent, bestselling authors coming to campus this fall
North Central College hosts several noted authors—some are also recognized actors, TV personalities and a musician—in partnership with Anderson’s Bookshops.
Distinguished professionals share expertise with North Central graduate programs
North Central College’s new MBA/MIBA Advisory Board features 15 distinguished business professionals.
Miguel Purgimon Colell ’16 uncovers the hidden costs of the World Cup
Miguel Purgimon Colell ’16 traveled to Brazil, where he explored public opinion regarding the economic impact of the World Cup.
North Central College alumnus named principal of Oswego junior high school
James Martin, a 1981 graduate of North Central College, is the new principal of Plank Junior High School in Oswego.
Students present new and ongoing research during summer program
North Central College students gain independence, experience, know-how conducting research with faculty during the Summer Undergraduate Research Colloquium.
Carballo gives talk at CIC/Walmart Foundation Symposium
Julie Carballo, North Central College director of First Generation Programs and Teach First, presented at symposium on first-generation college students.
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