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Teach First alumni share expertise with first-generation future teachers
North Central College hosts its first annual Teach First Alumni Academy with 55 current Teach First students and eight Teach First Alumni Mentors participating.
North Central College to host first-ever Illinois Japan Bowl
The Japan America Society of Chicago organizes first Illinois Japan Bowl, an academic competition for high school students, at North Central College March 7.
North Central College is awarded grant for interdisciplinary project
Science faculty and students at North Central College are awarded a distinguished Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics (CURM) mini-grant.
Registration is open for 2015 summer camps and workshops
North Central College’s summer camps and workshops feature opportunities for children and adults, ranging from athletics to fine arts to academics and more.
North Central College political science professors to discuss timely issues at TIP Talk
North Central College political science faculty will discuss timely issues during its winter term Topics in Politics (TIP) Talk March 3.
Seniors direct, stage “Shout! The Mod Musical” Feb. 26-March 1
North Central College seniors present “Shout!” a musical review featuring the culture and songs from the swinging ’60s in England.
Chicago media covers student service learning in class project
North Central College Group Process class projects help raise funds for nonprofit causes and teach teamwork and decision-making skills to students.
U.S. Department of State names North Central College among top producers of Fulbright students
North Central is named a top producer of U.S. Fulbright students for the Department of State’s prestigious international exchange program.
Top high school math students compete in WYSE challenge
North Central College hosts Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering Academic Challenge sectional competition for high school students March 19.
Scholar-in-residence Riad Ismat discusses the arts and statesmanship
North Central College will host a free lecture Feb. 18 by Riad Ismat, Syria’s former ambassador to Pakistan and minister of culture.
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