North Central College - Naperville, IL

Faculty and staff recognized for outstanding service, teaching, scholarship

Six faculty and administrative staff members are recognized by for their outstanding teaching, scholarship and service “above and beyond the call of duty.”

June 28, 2011—North Central College recently recognized faculty and administrative staff members for their outstanding teaching, scholarship and service "above and beyond the call of duty." Each was presented with endowed awards established in memory of two North Central College alumni—Clarence F. Dissinger, Class of 1921, and his sister Ruth C. Dissinger Althaus, Class of 1922. With the exception of the scholarship prize, awards were based on student, faculty and staff nominations.

The administrative staff award recipients are:

April 28 deadline to nominate faculty, staff for Dissinger Awards

April 28 deadline to nominate faculty, staff for Dissinger Awards

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Just a reminder the deadline for nominating faculty and staff members for the Dissinger Awards is 5 p.m. Thursday, April 28. This is an annual opportunity to nominate, honor and reward faculty and staff who have distinguished themselves and the College by their excellence in teaching, scholarship and/or their performance on a job above and beyond the call of duty.

Students, faculty and staff can make their nominations online in these four categories:

Clarence F. Dissinger Award for Senior Faculty



North Central faculty and staff honored for outstanding service

Five North Central College faculty and administrative staff members are being honored for outstanding teaching, scholarship and service.

Contact: Nancy Dunker, Associate Director of Public Relations, 630-637-5306

June 8, 2010--Five North Central College faculty and administrative staff members are being honored for outstanding teaching, scholarship and service.

Sustaining Excellence: Academics

When U.S. News and World Report this fall placed North Central College among the top 80 institutions in the nation that have a special commitment to undergraduate teaching, it confirmed what students, alumni and the campus community already knew, that effective teaching has always been central to the mission and the performance of the College.

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