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Students accompany Rivera, who gives talk on music therapy
Nicole Rivera, adjunct assistant professor of psychology, presented a session on challenging behaviors in the classroom at faculty meeting in Chicago.
Moussetis presents paper in Malaysia
Robert Moussetis, associate professor of international business, gave a paper at the Exploring Leadership and Learning Theories in Asia conference in Malaysia.
Dmitri Yanov-Yanovsky is composer-in-residence
Faculty and students are enjoying the rare chance to collaborate and learn from a composer of international fame.
North Central College in the news
Media sources report recent news about Cardinal track and field student-athletes and team successes and College venues and events.
Neuroscientist discusses gender and the brain Feb. 22
Author of “Pink Brain, Blue Brain” and neuroscientist Lise Eliot will give a talk about gender differences and the brain on Feb. 22.
This week’s top 5 internships
Check out new student internship opportunities in management, physics, computer science, finance, pre-law, English, communications, finance, math and more.
Cancer researcher returns to North Central to guest lecture science courses
Zach Pratt, a 2005 alumnus who recently completed his doctorate in cancer biology, returned to North Central to guest lecture some biology courses.
College appoints coordinator of undergraduate research
Nancy Peterson, professor of chemistry, was recently appointed the College’s first coordinator of undergraduate research.
Blanchet performs live on radio program
George Blanchet, percussionist and lecturer in music, performed a new composition live on the classical music station WFMT-FM 98.7 on Jan. 24.
Murawska leads workshop
Jackie Murawska, adjunct instructor of mathematics, led a workshop at the Metropolitan Mathematics Club of Chicago Conference.
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