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North Central hosts series of events to honor, recognize its student veterans

Student veteran Meghan Sabaini ’15
North Central College supports its student veterans all year long and celebrates their service during Veteran and Military Student Appreciation Week.

North Central College supports its student veterans all year long and is celebrating their service to their country during Veteran and Military Student Appreciation Week as part of Veterans Day Nov. 11, 2015. The College proudly honors and recognizes its 25 student veterans and five ROTC cadets this fall by hosting a variety of events for its student veterans and the campus community.  

Mark publishes work about lawyers’ perception of the U.S. Supreme Court

Alyx Mark, assistant professor of political science
Alyx Mark, North Central College assistant professor of political science, coauthored an article in the Law and Society Review.

Alyx Mark, North Central College assistant professor of political science, authored an article in the September issue of Law and Society Review. The article, titled “Lawyers’ Perceptions of the U.S. Supreme Court: Is the Court a ‘Political’ Institution?” was coauthored with Brandon L. Bartels of George Washington University and Christopher D. Johnston of Duke University.

Follow Professor Hamalis online during his Fulbright fellowship in South Korea

Perry Hamalis
Perry Hamalis, North Central College Cecelia Schneller Mueller Professor of Religion, shares his academic experiences as Fulbright Fellow on his blog.

Perry Hamalis, North Central College Cecelia Schneller Mueller Professor of Religion and associate professor of religious studies, was awarded a 12-month Fulbright Teaching and Research Fellowship with the United Graduate School of Theology at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea. His service as a Fulbright Fellow began in August 2015 and runs through July 2016.

Student art exhibit uses design to explore topics in social change

North Central College presents “Design for Good” art exhibit, featuring design work by seniors Rachel Maher and Annie Dipert through Dec. 18.

North Central College presents the student art exhibit “Design for Good.” Seniors Rachel Maher and Annie Dipert will showcase prints of their design work through Dec. 18.

The free exhibit is on display in the College’s Meiley-Swallow Hall Gallery, 31 S. Ellsworth St. An artist’s reception will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14, in the gallery; light refreshments will be served.

English major and successful writer Rachel Louis Snyder ’92 is outstanding alumna

Rachel Louis Snyder ’92
Rachel Louis Snyder ’92—writer, professor and radio commentator—receives North Central College’s 2015 Outstanding Alumni Award at Homecoming celebration.

At its Homecoming celebration this fall, North Central College honored 1992 alumna Rachel Louis Snyder with an Outstanding Alumni Award. Presented annually, the award recognizes one or more alumni who have excelled in their careers and demonstrated service to the community and to North Central College.

Accounting and political science 1980 graduate Joe Mallon is outstanding alumnus

Joseph Mallon ’80, J.D., C.P.A.
Joseph Mallon ’80, J.D., C.P.A., a retired corporate tax attorney, receives North Central College’s 2015 Outstanding Alumni Award at Homecoming celebration.

At its Homecoming celebration this fall, North Central College honored 1980 alumnus Joseph Mallon with an Outstanding Alumni Award. Presented annually, the award recognizes one or more alumni who have excelled in their careers and demonstrated service to the community and to North Central College.

Biology major, top doctoral student Nate Montgomery ’00 is outstanding alumnus

Nathan Montgomery '00, M.D., Ph.D.
Nathan Montgomery '00, M.D., Ph.D., receives North Central College’s 2015 Alumni Recognition Award at Homecoming celebration.

At its Homecoming celebration this fall, North Central College honored 2000 alumnus Nathan Montgomery, M.D., Ph.D., with an Alumni Recognition Award. Presented annually, the award recognizes potential for success in a career, community service or support of North Central College by younger alumni.

Members of North Central’s German Club mentor local high school students

German Club members
German Club students work with District 308 high schools as part of an outreach program to promote the German language and culture.

There is a lot to learn about the German culture besides “Guten tag,” wurst sausage and lederhosen. North Central College’s German Club has learned the language, researched the lifestyle and even studied abroad for the full experience.

With their knowledge and personal stories, members of the German Club have worked to create an outreach program with local high schools to encourage young students to continue taking German into their college career.

Top number of North Central students chosen by employers for interviews

Klariza Alvaran '13
Some 29 North Central students were selected for 52 actual interviews—more than any other college represented at ISCPA Fall Interview Day.

North Central College’s Office of Career Development helped students prepare for the Illinois Small College Placement Association (ISCPA) Fall Interview Day on Oct. 14. Students pursuing degrees in business, economics, actuarial science, accounting, finance and more had the opportunity to interview for jobs and internships with some 22 companies, including Ace Hardware, Allstate Insurance, Aon Corporation, Caterpillar, Deloitte, McGladrey, Sikich and many more.

Record number of students pass actuarial science exams

Tyler Bixby ’16
North Central College faculty helped prepare a record 11 students who passed the industry’s tough actuarial science exams, giving them a professional edge.

North Central College faculty helped prepare a record 11 students who passed actuarial exams this summer: Shane Coate ’17, Nicholas Drendel ’16, Roman Gilbert ’16 (two exams), Kenneth Hoffman ’16, Phillip Klimaitis ’18, Connor Oats ’18, Miguel Purgimon Colell ’16, Melissa Reuter ’17, Daniel Rotolo ’17, Kevin Schroeder ’16 and Nathaniel Wuthrich ’16.

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