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Biochemistry researcher Lindsay Hill ’05 Batorski, Ph.D., contributes to important vaccine findings
Lindsay Hill ’05 Batorski, Ph.D., is part of a research team devoted to discovering a vaccine to prevent the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
Princeton Review survey says: Our students love us!
Based on student surveys, The Princeton Review has again named North Central College as a Best Midwestern College and top Green College for 2016.
New graduate helps create sustainable change in Uganda
North Central College history major Deana Guarino ’15 volunteers in Uganda for two weeks with a nonprofit to support sustainable education.
North Central ranked among America’s Top Colleges by Forbes
North Central College alumni land good jobs after graduation, experience high return on their education investment noted in 2015 Forbes college ranking.
Life in Student Village
Life in Student Village is documented in photographs before the residence hall was removed to make way for a new Science Center.
Student receives Richter Grant for researching German harmonica pedagogy
Jacob Prosek '15 travels to Germany to explore his belief that music education curriculum should include harmonica.
Chronicle of Higher Education names North Central a 2015 Great College To Work For
For the fourth time in five years, The Chronicle of Higher Education has named North Central College a “Great College To Work For.”
Junior/Senior Scholars learn STEM concepts from North Central College students
North Central College education students gained valuable classroom experience teaching STEM concepts to youngsters in the Junior/Senior Scholars program.
Federal grant funds Chinese-language summer camp at North Central College
A National Security Language Initiative STARTALK grant made North Central College’s Chinese immersion program possible for 16 high school and college students.
North Central student first to earn nation’s only degree in chemical microscopy
Marissa Bartz graduated this summer from North Central College as the first to complete the nation’s only program offering a degree in chemical microscopy.
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