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MIT physicist delivers Rall Symposium keynote about “The Future of Learning”
MIT physics professor and education researcher Dr. David Pritchard delivered a Rall Symposium keynote on "The Future of Learning."
Experts discuss strategies for substance abuse prevention and intervention
North Central College’s Dyson Wellness Center and Edward Hospital have partnered to host a family-focused program May 12 on the prevention of substance abuse.
College Scholar selected to participate in Oxfam America initiative on social change
North Central College student Chloe Boden is one of only 40 applicants nationwide selected to participate in Oxfam America’s weeklong CHANGE Initiative.
Students raise funds for local nonprofit as part of course project
Students in North Central College’s Group Process class are recognized for their efforts in raising funds for DuPagePads and its Share the Fare campaign.
Professor Perry Hamalis earns prestigious Fulbright Scholarship for international exchange in Korea
Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board selects Dr. Perry Hamalis for 12-month award for teaching and research at Yonsei University in South Korea.
MIT professor David Pritchard to deliver Rall Symposium keynote at North Central College
North Central College welcomes Dr. David Pritchard as keynote speaker for the 18th annual Rall Symposium for Undergraduate Research May 12.
The Union celebrates 10-year anniversary May 8
For 10 years, The Union has sustained its mission as a venue for social change and its goal to unite the campus & community, art & life, faith & action.
Student awarded scholarship to attend National Conference for College Women Student Leaders
The AAUW Naperville-Area branch has awarded a scholarship to Allyson Martens to participate in the National Conference of College Women Student Leaders.
North Central College introduces new academic program in film and screen studies
North Central College’s new minor in film and screen studies is designed to complement numerous majors and prepare students for a variety of careers.
Students present the faculty-directed drama “Hedda Gabler” May 7-9
North Central College features student actors and crew in the faculty-directed “Hedda Gabler,” a tense drama and late 19th century classic play by Henrik Ibsen.
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