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Elizabeth “Jan” Edgar '70

Elizabeth “Jan” Edgar, certified fund-raising executive (CFRE), is the executive director of the Provena Saint Joseph Medical Center Foundation in Joliet, IL. Edgar previously served as the director of development at the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) in Schaumburg, IL, where she created and led initiatives for annual major and planned gifts, corporate relations, cause and marketing, and awards and recognition programs. Before her work with the AAD, Edgar served as the first executive director of the Alexian Brothers Medical Center in Elk Grove Village, IL.

Richard S. Harley '73

Richard S. Harley, Ph.D., began serving as the president of the Illinois School Psychologist Association (ISPA) in June 2012. He has been employed as a school psychologist by the City of Chicago School District 299 for the past 27 years. Since 1989, Harley has served on the ISPA Governing Board in the capacities of president-elect, secretary and governmental affairs chair and on the African-American affairs committee. He has also participated with other ISPA colleagues to draft the position paper that led to the development of the Children’s Mental Health Bill in Illinois.

Catherine Hill '04

Catherine Hill is an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Southern California (USC). She started at USC in 2007 after earning her master’s degree in kinesiology and health promotion at the University of Kentucky. While at Kentucky, Hill handled the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams. After graduating from North Central she worked as an intern at Northwestern University with the men’s soccer and women’s lacrosse programs. She resides in Manhattan Beach, CA.

Jen Berosek '08

Jen Berosek is the box office manager at North Central College. Berosek previously served as the assistant to the department directors and office manager for The School of Performing Arts in Naperville.

Register now for North Central's D-Term Verandah experiences

All 11 D-Term Verandah experiences are open to any major. Explore Chicago theatre, new cultures, community action, square dancing, dramatic inquiry and more.

Registration is underway for North Central College’s 2012 D-Term Verandah experiences, taking place both on and off campus.

PHO Speaker Series hosts 2010 alumna, dental school student

Anne Adamson ’10
North Central College’s student Pre-Health Organization welcomes alumna and current dental school student Anne Adamson ’10 as a guest speaker Nov. 1.

North Central College’s student-run Pre-Health Organization (PHO) welcomes alumna and current dental school student Anne Adamson ’10 as a guest speaker in November. Members of the campus community are invited to attend the free speaker event from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, in Smith Hall. Lunch will be served; RSVP by Oct. 29 to

Pleas and Rivera give talk at Midwest First-Year Conference

North Central College Premier Scholars, summer 2012
Dorothy Pleas, North Central director of multicultural affairs, and Nicole Rivera, visiting assistant professor of psychology, give talk about Premier Scholars.

Dorothy Pleas, North Central College director of multicultural affairs, and Nicole Rivera, visiting assistant professor of psychology, presented a session titled, “Strengthening the First-Year Experience Through a Summer Bridge Program for At-Risk Students,” at the Midwest First-Year Conference at Northern Illinois University on Sept. 28.

Wayne Duehn ’61 named to North Central’s Wall of Witness

Wayne Duehn ’61, Ph.D., Wall of Witness
North Central College honors professor, family advocate Wayne Duehn by adding his name to the College’s Wall of Witness during Homecoming Convocation Oct. 26.

North Central College is honoring Wayne Duehn ’61, Ph.D., of Arlington, Texas, by adding his name to the College’s Wall of Witness.

Duehn and five others will be honored during the College’s Homecoming Convocation at 4:15 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, at North Central College’s Wentz Concert Hall at the Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Ave., Naperville.

Daniel Kerley

Daniel has seized opportunities both inside and outside the classroom that combine his major in psychology and minors in religious studies and human resource management.

A top student, he’s collaborated with a psychology professor on research that examined how religious beliefs and ethical ideology impact views of organizational justice. He took part in a D-Term trip to Northern Ireland where he studied the psychology of conflict and politics.

A top competitor, Daniel runs on the College’s championship cross country and track and field teams. He also serves on the general board of the student-led worship group Focus and Presidential Search Committee as a student representative.

“If you like a school where you can interact with people in an intimate setting, this is the place for you. It’s a special, uplifting place.”

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