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2012 faculty tenure and promotions announced

2012 faculty tenure and promotions announced

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The North Central College Board of Trustees recently granted tenure and approved promotions to several faculty members effective with the start of the 2012-2013 academic year in September. These faculty are:



Oesterle Library displays faculty publications, history of library

Oesterle Library displays faculty publications, history of library

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During winter term, North Central’s Oesterle Library will feature publications by 10 faculty members and the history of Oesterle Library. The displays are showcased in the library’s lobby.

Community Publications
•    Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education. “Polish Americans” and “Progressive Era, 1900-1920” in Sports in America: from Colonial Times to the Twenty-first Century: an Encyclopedia, 2011.



Education faculty present their model of collaborative leadership at conference

Education faculty present their model of collaborative leadership at conference

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Associate professors of education Kristine Servais, Maureen Kincaid and Nancy Keiser presented a paper about their collaborative leadership model that was inspired by the late Lora Tyson and has been successfully integrated into the College’s teacher education program. They presented their paper at the Association of Teacher Educators Conference in Chicago in February and submitted it for publication to the journal of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration. Over the past decade, the education department has evolved from the conventional leadership approach of a


Education students attend national conference

Education students attend national conference

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Some 33 students attended a Preservice Session for education majors at the Feb. 15 annual conference of the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE). The daylong events included sessions by top educators on classroom management strategies, passion for teaching and more. The students were joined by Maureen Kincaid, associate professor and chair of education, and Geraldine Crider, director of the Teach First Program. “This was a wonderful professional opportunity for our students, especially since it was a national conference,” said Kincaid.


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