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Macek publishes essay, article and review on importance of academic freedom
Steve Macek, North Central College professor of speech communication and program coordinator of urban and suburban studies, publishes work on academic freedom.
Free webinar April 22 to offer job-search advice to graduating college seniors
North Central College’s Office of Career Development encourages graduating seniors to participate in a free webinar April 22 offering job-search tips.
“American Idol” and “The X Factor” contestant talks about cyberbullying
Musician Jillian Jensen comes to North Central College April 21 to give acoustic performance and present a talk titled “My Journey to Overcome Cyberbullying.”
Goldwater Scholarship program honors two North Central College STEM majors
Two North Central College students are named Honorable Mention recipients by the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship program.
North Central College MAEd alumnus named High School Principal of the Year
MAEd alumnus Brian Waterman has been named High School Principal of the Year by the West Cook Chapter of the Illinois Principals Association.
Students and biology faculty present posters at national research conference
Jennifer Sallee, North Central College assistant professor of biology, and students presented posters at research conference by Genetics Society of America.
Students exhibit their paintings and sculptures, inspired from study abroad
North Central College students Grace Morris ’16 and Briana Tobin ’16 showcase their artwork, inspired by study abroad experiences in Singapore, April 10-May 1.
Registration is underway for summer credit courses at North Central College
Registration is underway for summer courses at North Central, offering students from any college or university the opportunity to earn transferable credits.
North Central theatre major writes, directs, stages original comedy, set in 1939
North Central College presents “Miranda Writes,” part screwball comedy and part whodunit, written and directed by senior Rae Lindenberg April 16-18.
College hosts panel discussion about teaching culturally diverse students April 7
Nicole Rivera, visiting assistant professor of psychology, and Dorothy Pleas, director of Multicultural Affairs, facilitate “Considering Inclusive Pedagogy.”
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