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City construction project to impact areas between North and 4th avenues

City construction project to impact areas between North and 4th avenues

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Starting Monday, Sept. 29, and lasting into early December, some roadways near the north end of campus will be closed as part of the City of Naperville’s construction on the Loomis Street Watermain Improvement Project. Construction will impact areas between North Avenue and 4th Avenue and between Loomis Street and Sleight Street.

Pending any weather and unexpected circumstances, the project is scheduled to be completed in two phases on the following dates in these locations:  



Enjoy barbecue lunch, Thursdays at Old Main Plaza

Enjoy barbecue lunch, Thursdays at Old Main Plaza

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Every Thursday this summer, Chartwells Dining Services will offer its luncheon Boilerhouse Barbecue, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., in Old Main Plaza outside the Rolland Center Boilerhouse Café.

For just $5, lunch includes your choice of a main entrée, chips and beverage. The selection of entrées features a ¼ lb. hamburger, hot dog, bratwurst, chicken breast and veggie burger. For an additional dollar, you can add a second entrée.

All students, staff, faculty and neighbors are welcome. Check out the next barbecue Thursday, June 26.



Nominations for Dissinger Awards are due April 30

Nominations for Dissinger Awards are due April 30

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Nominations for the North Central College 2014 Dissinger awards are due Wednesday, April 30. The Dissinger Awards provide an annual occasion to honor and reward faculty and staff who distinguish themselves and the College by their excellence in teaching, scholarship, service and/or their performance of a job “above and beyond the call of duty.”



Sample, rank five coffee varieties at coffee extravaganza March 11

Sample, rank five coffee varieties at coffee extravaganza March 11

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First-year students enrolled in the interdisciplinary studies (IDS 125) class taught by Gerald Thalmann, associate professor of accounting, have focused their study this term on the business of coffee.

They decided to host a coffee extravaganza during week 10 on March 11 and invite members of the campus community to sample various coffees.



Today is Student Philanthropy & Engagement Day

Today is Student Philanthropy & Engagement Day

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North Central College’s Legacy Ambassador Program and the 2014 Class Gift Committee are celebrating their inaugural Student Philanthropy & Engagement Day Thursday, Feb. 27.

The day offers an opportunity to thank the thousands of generous alumni, parents, friends of the College, and faculty and staff who invest in the lives of students every day.



Students, faculty, staff cheer on your team in basketball matchup

Students, faculty, staff cheer on your team in basketball matchup

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North Central College’s RecSports is hosting its annual Student vs. Staff Basketball Game at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26, in Merner Field House. Open to the campus community, this fun yet competitive game features free admission, pizza, pop and opportunities for students to win gift cards.

For more information email recsports@noctrl.edu or visit cardinalnet.northcentralcollege.edu/students/recreational-sports.



Information sessions about D-Term study abroad courses set for Thursday, Feb. 20

Information sessions about D-Term study abroad courses set for Thursday, Feb. 20

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Information sessions about North Central College’s 14 unique D-Term 2014 study abroad courses will be held from 12-15 to 1:45 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20, in various classrooms in Goldspohn Hall. The 2014 study abroad courses feature destinations to Australia, Finland, Germany, Ghana, Italy, Greece, Japan, London, Morocco, Spain, Germany, Uruguay and Argentina.   
 
Course details, application process, deadlines and cost will be discussed at the sessions, and students can attend more than one session.



Winter term contemplative series begins Jan. 14

Winter term contemplative series begins Jan. 14

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North Central College’s department of religious studies invites students, faculty and staff to attend any or all of the series of events during winter term focusing on the contemplative dimension of human experience. Short presentations by practitioners from diverse traditions will be followed by contemplative exercises; participation in the exercises is entirely optional.  

The following events will take place in Smith Hall at Old Main:
 



College Honors and Entrepreneurship programs move to Rall House

College Honors and Entrepreneurship programs move to Rall House

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Two academic programs and their faculty and staff have new office locations at the Edward Everett Rall House, 329 S. Brainard St., starting winter term.

The College Honors Programs, formerly the Office of Academic Opportunities and housed in Kiekhofer Hall, and the Entrepreneurship Program, formerly in the 119 S. Loomis House, are located on the second floor of the Rall House. The first floor features all-college meeting and conference rooms, which can be reserved through the College’s web calendar early winter term.   



Register for Dec. 5 technology sessions designed for faculty and staff

Register for Dec. 5 technology sessions designed for faculty and staff

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This year’s techFest program for faculty and staff includes a variety of technology-related workshops, including ones that cover recording and editing of video and audio, and utilizing audio and video for websites, Facebook pages or email attachments. Other sessions focus on designing posters, newsletters and better spreadsheets, mapping a trip, giving a presentation and organizing events. A workshop on mobile computing will be co-led by President Hammond. All sessions will be held in Carnegie Hall.



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