North Central College - Naperville, IL
Eliseo Martinez is a soon-to-be-teacher looking forward to the real world. His discusses how North Central has prepared him for that.
Students (in free enterprise) find their conscience in conscious bean coffee.
Christina Lorenzo found that studying mathematics in Moscow for a semester presented some interesting challenges—both inside and outside the classroom.
Seven North Central students and a staff member traveled to Haiti in December 2009 to work at the Mission of Hope orphanage, school and medical center.
Sociology Professor Louis Corsino discusses North Central, student success, and the community factor of this unique college.
Tim Whitney discusses how North Central offered him something that no schools in his home state of Colorado could.
A student taking full advantage of North Central College’s interdisciplinary approach to liberal arts education will read his poetry at a festival.
Broadcast communication major Ryan Piers ’11 will be traveling to Uganda March 13-27 to conduct research, funded by a Richter grant, for his project titled “Sus
Presenting academic work at an international convention in St. Louis is how one student will spend her spring break. Sarah Kurpiel ’10, majoring in English lite
Jaclyn Murawska, adjunct instructor of mathematics, presented a workshop titled “Explorations in Tessellations” to K-12 teachers at the Metropolitan Mathematics
The Princeton Review has named North Central College’s interactive media studies program among the top 50 video game design programs in North America. GamePr
Seven computer science students from North Central College excelled in a recent programming contest.
The Princeton Review has named North Central College’s interactive media studies program among the top 50 video game design programs in North America.
Kate Smith ’05 Pereda loves to teach science to her fifth-grade pupils in Addison, IL. During the one semester each year that she can even fit the topic into th
In a computer lab in Oesterle Library, elementary education major Kristen Robledo ’11 uses an interactive SMART Board to practice a lesson she’ll give to first
More than 15 years ago, the African nation of Rwanda experienced a devastating war caused by genocide.
Thanksgiving 2009 was a memorable occasion for Mitch Paliga, jazz saxophone instructor and a member of the jazz studies faculty at North Central. A professional
Lindsey Theis ’07 is settling in to her new role at CNN in Atlanta, using the tools she learned while majoring in broadcast communication at North Central.
Jaclyn Mitchell ’99 served as spokesperson for the American Red Cross of Greater Chicago as part of her position as director of marketing and communications.
The interests and multi-faceted career of Gene Arnould ’69 reflect the foundation of a liberal arts education at its best.