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North Central College names Colin Loeffler its 2013 Lincoln Laureate
Senior Colin Loeffler, a theatre and English literature double major and a leader in many campus programs, is North Central College’s Lincoln Laureate.
Registration open for 2013 D-Term Verandah experiences
D-Term Verandahs offer 12 opportunities for students of any major to pursue informal, experiential learning in small groups with faculty members.
Macek and Brian Failing ’14 present paper at conference
Steve Macek, North Central College associate professor of speech communication, and Brian Failing ’14 present paper on film censorship at national conference.
Language professors Bard and Wolf give presentations
North Central College Professor of French Norval Bard and Professor of German Gregory Wolf presented at a state conference about foreign language pedagogy.
North Central College hosts NAC&U Innovation Summit to explore collaboration
North Central College hosted faculty from New American Colleges and Universities (NAC&U) schools at an Innovation Summit to share ideas about collaboration.
Anstine’s research to be published in business and economics journal
Diane Bruce Anstine, North Central College Mary Schneller Rosar Professor of Economics, presents research on attendance at women’s basketball games.
Naperville Community Television to provide live coverage of Sunday’s Naperville Marathon
Naperville Community Telelvision (NCTV17) will air live coverage of Sunday’s Edward Hospital Naperville Marathon that begins and ends at North Central College.
North Central College awarded federal School Leadership grant for principal preparation
North Central College will participate in a $4.6 million federal School Leadership grant to help prepare future principals.
Keating presents lecture at The Newberry as invited scholar
Ann Durkin Keating, North Central College Dr. C. Frederick Toenniges Professor of History, was a featured speaker for a lecture series at The Newberry.
Focus group feedback about Premier Scholars program is featured in talk
Four North Central College students, faculty and administrative personnel gave joint presentation at the Diversity & Inclusivity Teaching & Research Symposium.
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