North Central College - Naperville, IL
Larry Bennett, political science professor and author of “The Third City: Chicago and American Urbanism,” will discuss 21st century Chicago Thursday May 12.
Students in North Central College’s master of arts in education program heard two guest speakers talk about technology use in classrooms.
Timothy Mooney gives a one-man dramatic presentation of his two shows “Molière Than Thou” and “Lots O’ Shakespeare” at 7 p.m. Monday, May 9, in Koten Chapel.
Professor and National Geographic expert Zoltan Takacs will give a free talk May 9 about how venom from dangerous snakes can be used for medicinal purposes.
North Central will host annual Midwest Conference on Chinese Thought, May 6-7, with keynote address by Harvard professor Michael Puett Saturday May 7.
The Earth Program gives benefit concert May 6
Student members of Blue Key Honor Society will host May 6-7 events on campus to raise awareness about the realities of human slavery in the world.
Maria Wynne
North Central College alumna and trustee Maria Wynne has been named a founding member of the Chicago Innovation Awards Board of Advisors.
Patricia King, adjunct assistant professor English, won the Kore Press 2011 Short Fiction Award for her short story “The Death of Carrie Bradshaw.”
Karl Kelley
Two North Central College students and a professor will present a paper at the Fifth Annual International Conference on Psychology.
North Central’s Japanese program and Japan Club will host a Japanese Spring Festival May 3. The family-friendly event is free and celebrates Japanese culture.
Living space inside a Tailor Loft Apartment in Chicago
North Central College students who want to learn about and experience Chicago Term firsthand can now live in Tailor Loft Apartments fall or spring terms.
Stephen Maynard Caliendo, professor of political science, gave recent talks on politics, race, his book “Race Appeal” and keynote address at research symposium.
Students pursuing degrees in theatre at North Central College have opportunities to develop connections that lead to offers of professional roles.
Students enrolled in winter term’s Model UN class attend National Model UN Conference in New York City, hold briefing with Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea.
“Influence Changes Everything” by Ramona Wis, Mimi Rolland Professor in the Fine Arts, was the lead feature in American Choral Directors Association journal.
Community Garden
The Princeton Review has named North Central College as among the most environmentally responsible colleges in North America.
Mara Berkland, Amy Buxbaum and John Stanley give conference presentations about understanding the communication needs of undergraduate millennials.
Gregory H. Wolf, associate professor of German, was moderator and commentator at international conference—Migration, Religion and Germany—at Ohio State.
Student Ereka Funkhauser photographed this scene near her home in Japan.
Life in Japan is gradually returning to normal for North Central College student Ereka Funkhouser.
North Central College is pledging to achieve the state’s highest recognition for energy-saving and environmentally friendly initiatives.