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Follow Professor Hamalis online during his Fulbright fellowship in South Korea
Perry Hamalis, North Central College Cecelia Schneller Mueller Professor of Religion, shares his academic experiences as Fulbright Fellow on his blog.
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 honors this year's outstanding alumni
Rachel Louise Snyder ’92, Joseph Mallon ’80, J.D., C.P.A., and Nathan Montgomery ’00, M.D., Ph.D., are honored for excelling in their careers and their service.
Members of North Central’s German Club mentor local high school students
German Club students work with District 308 high schools as part of an outreach program to promote the German language and culture.
Visit North Central College in November
North Central College hosts visit programs for new and transferring students interested in learning more about undergraduate degree programs.
Top number of North Central students chosen by employers for interviews
Some 29 North Central students were selected for 52 actual interviews—more than any other college represented at ISCPA Fall Interview Day.
Record number of students pass actuarial science exams
North Central College faculty helped prepare a record 11 students who passed the industry’s tough actuarial science exams, giving them a professional edge.
Students showcase their talent in fall musical Nov. 5-8
North Central College presents its fall musical, “The Light in the Piazza,” winner of six Tony Awards in 2005, including Best Original Score by Adam Guettel.
Biology major Ed Hedborn ’70 surveys trees at the Morton Arboretum to determine peak color
Ed Hedborn ’70 studies the seasonal color at Morton Arboretum to share information with the media and public visitors
Keating is expert historian in Chicago public radio segment about suburbs
Ann Durkin Keating, North Central College Dr. C. Frederick Toenniges Professor of History, is interviewed in WBEZ’s “Curious City” story about Chicago suburbs.
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