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Sawyer and students present posters at psychology conference
Thomas Sawyer, professor of psychology, collaborated with three students and an alumna to give presentations at Midwestern Psychological Association meeting.
First part of documentary series about College’s 150-year history debuts May 18
North Central College premieres the first part of a documentary series that chronicles the College’s 150-year history.
Seniors showcase their artwork in two galleries
Artwork by 13 North Central College seniors will be featured in an exhibit at two campus galleries, May 14 through June 12, with artists’ reception May 22.
Guest speaker to discuss Chicago and its image
Larry Bennett, political science professor and author of “The Third City: Chicago and American Urbanism,” will discuss 21st century Chicago Thursday May 12.
Students promote buy a pair of shoes, donate a pair
A student-led effort invites the campus community to help collect TOMS shoes for refugee and needy children; deadline to purchase shoes is 10 a.m. May 12.
Guest speakers tell graduate students in education about technology use in classrooms
Students in North Central College’s master of arts in education program heard two guest speakers talk about technology use in classrooms.
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Media sources report news about Spanish, music and art faculty; golf, tennis and track & field successes; upcoming fine arts events and more.
One-man show features works by Molière, Shakespeare May 9
Timothy Mooney gives a one-man dramatic presentation of his two shows “Molière Than Thou” and “Lots O’ Shakespeare” at 7 p.m. Monday, May 9, in Koten Chapel.
Women’s and men’s outdoor track & field win CCIW crowns
The women's team won the first triple crown in CCIW history at the Outdoor Championships May 6-7. The men also brought home a first-place CCIW trophy.
National Geographic expert to give talk on medical uses for snake venom
Professor and National Geographic expert Zoltan Takacs will give a free talk May 9 about how venom from dangerous snakes can be used for medicinal purposes.
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