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Spanish department features four films, faculty discussions during film festival
North Central College’s Spanish department and Fusión Espanola host “Festival de cine iberoamericano,” a viewing of films and discussion series, April 30-May 8.
North Central among the most environmentally responsible colleges in North America
For fourth straight year, North Central College is included in “The Princeton Review’s Guide to 332 Green Colleges: 2014 Edition.”
Nominations for Dissinger Awards are due April 30
Dissinger Awards honor and reward faculty and staff who distinguish themselves and the College in teaching, scholarship, service or performance of their job.
Model UN practices politics, receives award at global conference
North Central College’s Model UN program received an Honorable Mention delegation award for its performance at National Model United Nations conference.
North Central College exhibits the artistic talents of people who have mental illness
North Central College art exhibit “The Awakenings Project” reflects talents of alumna Irene O’Neill and fellow artists with mental illnesses.
Naperville among the top cities nationwide for recent college graduates
Naperville—home to North Central College—has been named among the “Top 10 Best Cities for New College Grads,” reports a study by Livability.com.
North Central hosts faculty academic conference April 26
Faculty and staff are invited to attend the Illinois American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Spring Conference, hosted by the College April 26.
Mark Zajac ’12 will head to Germany with a Fulbright
North Central College alumnus Mark Zajac receives Fulbright Teaching Assistant post to teach English and engage in cultural programs in Germany.
Linden Oaks, Dyson Wellness Center present talk April 22 on why depression matters
North Central’s Dyson Wellness Center and Edward Hospital Linden Oaks cohost hour-long session titled “Why Depression Matters” April 22. All are invited.
Award-winning film is focus of global human rights discussion April 21
North Central presents “Stuck,” a documentary about four orphans looking for homes in the U.S., and discussion by children’s rights activist Dawn Stark.
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