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Alums share #NCCBucketList of experiences with first-year students

Some new members of the Class of 2018
Recent North Central College alumni have recommended a “bucket list” of experiences for the new Class of 2018 students to help them become Cardinals for Life.

Recent North Central College alumni have recommended some #NCCBucketList of experiences for the new Class of 2018 students to help them become Cardinals for Life.

Here are their recommendations:  

Alumna discovers her radio fellowship has a North Central connection

Laurel White ’10
Journalism major Laurel White ’10 is named Lee Ester News Fellow at Wisconsin Public Radio, a position named for a College alumnus.

Laurel White ’10 always thought of herself as a “print” person, so she spent her years at North Central climbing the editorial ladder of the student-run newspaper, The Chronicle, and squeezing in a term as a DJ at WONC-FM 89.1.

Gems publishes various works about sports history and gives talk

Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, has published two essays and two articles, an e-book and presented this summer.

Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, recently published two essays, an e-book, two articles and gave a presentation in Copenhagen.

His two essays, titled “The Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 1865-1920” and “Historians Take on Ethnicity, Race, and Sport,” were published in “Companion to American Sport History,” edited by Steven A. Riess and published by Wiley Blackwell.

Student meets reporting legends at Hispanic journalist convention

John Quiñones, ABC news correspondent, Eduardo Sanchez Beltran ’16
Eduardo Sanchez Beltran ’16 was student reporter at National Association of Hispanic Journalists Convention, wrote for website, met media leaders.

For North Central College student Eduardo Sanchez Beltran ’16, his future as a journalist starts now.

North Central College alumnus named principal of Oswego junior high school

James Martin, a 1981 graduate of North Central College, is the new principal of Plank Junior High School in Oswego.

James Martin, a 1981 graduate of North Central College, is the new principal of Plank Junior High School in Oswego.

Students present new and ongoing research during summer program

Alexis Gramera ’15 presents poster of her summer research
North Central College students gain independence, experience, know-how conducting research with faculty during the Summer Undergraduate Research Colloquium.

Some 55 North Central College students with mentoring oversight by 23 faculty members met for eight weeks this summer on campus to conduct new and ongoing research and scholarship. Their work spanned all academic divisions, ranging from biology to history and Chinese to psychology and more. Summer undergraduate research grants by the College supported stipends for nearly half the students.

Carballo gives talk at CIC/Walmart Foundation Symposium

Julie Carballo, director of First Generation Programs and Teach First
Julie Carballo, North Central College director of First Generation Programs and Teach First, presented at symposium on first-generation college students.

Julie Carballo, North Central College director of First Generation Programs and Teach First, was a presenter at the Council of Independent Colleges(CIC)/Walmart Foundation Symposium on First-Generation College Students held July 7-9 in Baltimore.

North Central College alumnus Satyan Devadoss earns mathematics teaching award

Satyan Devadoss '93 has earned a Mathematical Association of America award for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics.

Satyan Devadoss, Ph.D., who earned his undergraduate degree in mathematics at North Central College in 1993, has earned the Mathematical Association of America’s (MAA) 2014 Northeastern Section Award (NES) for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics.

Psychology professor seeks to reduce the harmful effects of bullying

Michaela Vilim ’16 and Patricia Schacht, associate professor of psychology
Psychology research underway at North Central College is investigating how parents and youngsters can cope with bullying behaviors.

When Patricia Schacht, associate professor of psychology, offered a senior-level seminar at North Central College called “Bullying,” all 20 spots quickly filled. So she opened a second section, which filled just as fast. An expert in child development and parental behaviors, Schacht is finding an insatiable demand for information on the topic of bullying and its prevention, her topic of scholarly research.

Forbes ranks North Central College among America’s Top Colleges for 2014-2015

Forbes magazine says North Central College is among America’s Top Colleges and ranks among the top 20 percent of the nation’s colleges and universities.

Forbes magazine once again ranks North Central College among America’s Top Colleges.

Forbes includes North Central College among the top 20 percent of the nation’s colleges and universities. The magazine profiles the top 650 of the nearly 2,500 four-year institutions of higher learning in the United States. Forbes ranks North Central College No. 490 overall, No. 333 among private colleges and No. 117 in the Midwest.

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