North Central College - Naperville, IL
North Central Alum Brooke Simon has joined the staff of Rezin Orthopedics and Sports Medicine as a nurse practitioner.
North Central Alum Mary Perhay has been honored by Chicago magazine as a FIVE START Wealth Manager for 2010.
North Central Alum Michael Reedy showed an exhibit of his award-winning artwork at Kishwaukee College in Malta, IL.
North Central Alum Mimi Cowan has received a grant to attend the Immigration and Ethnic History Society/Organization of American Historians annual meeting.
North Central Alum Michelle Phillip Junkin has had a successful career as a mixed-media artist in Oklahoma.
North Central Alum Kathy Johnsen Schrenk serves as the secretary of a nonprofit geared toward restoring natural habitats to Yosemite.
North Central Alum Bryant Cobarriubias has a successful business running a game and recreation shop for children.
North Central Alum Jeremy Gudauskas has been promoted to the assistant dean of students at North Central College.
North Central Alum Jessica Holtz has had a very exciting and successful career as gymnastics coach in Aurora, IL.
A first-ever European tour to Rome, Venice and Florence March 16-24 gave North Central’s Concert Choir an immersion in musical history and tradition.
Joe Birkett ’77 in December was sworn in as a justice of the 2nd District Appellate Court in Elgin, IL.
18 North Central students, a professor, and a staff member turn disaster into opportunity when stranded in Berlin, Germany.
North Central College has established a strong, diverse global community, including study abroad opportunities and special events.
President Hal Wilde discusses the progress the school has made in the becoming more global.
J. Burton Kirkwood used his sabbatical as a New American Colleges and Universities fellow at North Central during fall term 2010.
"It seemed a little magical to me,” was how the late Dr. Carl C. Gamertsfelder ’35 described the nuclear reaction that took place at the University of Chicago.
Ross embraced her passion for internationalism by completing her student-teaching requirement at a British International School in Prague.
In five years since graduation, Kai Ruggeri ’06 has accomplished many things including completing a postdoctorate in Portugal.
From as early as 1875, the College had developed ties with Japan and China through the mission work of the Evangelical Church.
Today, North Central College attracts international students who seek to pursue majors in business, math, and the sciences—even musical theatre.