North Central College - Naperville, IL

William Motzer '78

 

William Motzer is vice president for enrollment management at Nebraska Wesleyan University. He leads the university’s marketing and communications, enrollment planning, admissions, financial aid and retention efforts.

William Motzer is vice president for enrollment management at Nebraska Wesleyan University. He leads the university’s marketing and communications, enrollment planning, admissions, financial aid and retention efforts.

Steven Lucas '77

Steven Lucas is assistant principal and head football coach of Watseka High School in Watseka, IL. Lucas has led teams to three Illinois High School Association football State Championships: Iroquois West High School in 2003 and Plano High School in 2006 and 2007.

North Central College’s first radiation therapy majors start Northwestern program in Chicago

Erin Fitzgerald ’15 and Martyna Lach ’15
First-ever radiation therapy majors will enter Northwestern Memorial Hospital’s one-year clinical program to prepare for health science careers.

Erin Fitzgerald ’15 and Martyna Lach ’15 will spend their senior year preparing for a career they’ve only dreamed about—becoming radiation therapists who will help treat cancer patients. Both were selected for a highly competitive one-year program offered by Northwestern Memorial Hospital School of Radiation Therapy in Chicago. They entered North Central College’s 3 + 1 Radiation Therapy program as first-year students. After spending three years on campus, the pair will complete their North Central degrees after one year in an accredited radiation therapy clinical school.

“Sicko” gives view of health care in the United States

The campus community is invited to view documentary “Sicko” and hear faculty discussion as part of a North Central Global Human Rights event, Tuesday Oct. 16.

On Oct. 16, the campus community is invited to view the 2007 documentary “Sicko,” one of three North Central College Global Human Rights events on campus this fall. Sponsored by the Office of International Programs and Leadership, Ethics & Values program, the free event takes place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16, in the theatre at Meiley-Swallow Hall. Filmmaker Michael Moore investigates and presents his perspective of health care, health insurance and the pharmaceutical industry in the United States.
 

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