North Central College - Naperville, IL

As snow falls, students clear away snow, lift spirits

A student removes snow from a vehicle.
North Central College student-athletes perform intentional acts of kindness across campus, clearing off snow-covered cars, encouraging others to do the same.

During a recent snow storm, members of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) were outdoors brushing off snow from cars parked in campus parking lots. These good deeds were done without fanfare but some students were caught in the act.

After students brushed snow off a car, they left behind a customized ice scraper with a business card encouraging car owners to pass along a similar act of kindness.

Graham was featured speaker at composting conference

Brittany Graham, sustainability coordinator
Brittany Graham, North Central College sustainability coordinator, spoke at statewide conference about the College’s Kaufman Dining Hall composting project.

Brittany Graham, North Central College sustainability coordinator, was a featured speaker at a statewide composting conference held Feb. 7 at the Westin Hotel in Lombard. She talked about North Central’s composting project at Kaufman Dining Hall as a successful model of waste reduction strategies.

Students from any college may enroll in summer credit courses at North Central College

Students attending any college or university can enroll in summer credit courses at North Central College.

Students attending any college or university can enroll in summer credit courses at North Central College.

Registration is underway for a variety of academic courses that most often can be applied toward graduation requirements at a student’s home institution. Details on the various programs and applications can be found online at northcentralcollege.edu/admission or by contacting the Office of Graduate and Continuing Education Admission at 630-637-5840.

North Central College student entrepreneurs develop mobile app for foodies

Two North Central College students have developed a mobile app for friends to share pictures of food they like.

Two North Central College students have developed a mobile app for friends to share pictures of food they like.

Entrepreneurs Jeremy Markham ’15 and Kyler Juckins ’15 are the creators of DinnDinn, a smart phone app for food lovers. DinnDinn works like a virtual refrigerator. Users upload photos of food, drinks and other items to their page and rate them. Their friends and followers, known as “taste buds,” can comment on the posts.

Library receives books, films, resources about Muslims, their beliefs

Oesterle Library is one of 843 libraries and state humanities councils nationwide to be awarded the Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys resources.

Oesterle Library is one of 843 libraries and state humanities councils across the country to be awarded the “Bridging Cultures” Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the American Library Association (ALA). The program aims to familiarize public audiences in the United States with the people, places, history, faith and cultures of Muslims in the United States and around the world.

Madormo discusses new, second novel at Anderson’s Feb. 23

John Madormo, assistant professor of broadcast communications
John Madormo, North Central College assistant professor of broadcast communication and general manager of WONC, is featured author of new novel at Anderson’s.

John Madormo, North Central College assistant professor of broadcast communication and general manager of WONC-FM 89.1, will be the featured author at Anderson’s Bookshops on Feb. 23 at a book signing event of his newest work, “The Camp Phoenix Caper.” Released Feb. 21, his new novel is the second book in the “Charlie Collier, Snoop for Hire” mystery series for middle-grade readers.

North Central College students write, shoot, edit original films in contest

Celluloid, North Central’s student film club, presents 48-Hour Film Project on Feb. 22-24 for student filmmakers to create films in competitive environment.

Celluloid, North Central’s student film club, will host the 48-Hour Film Project on Feb. 22-24.

The 48-Hour Film Project is a chance for North Central College student filmmakers to create and showcase their films in a creative and competitive environment. Solo entrants or teams of students may participate and will be challenged to write, shoot and edit an original film within 48 hours, using a given prop, set piece and line of dialogue.

North Central accounting students gain experience helping others file tax returns

North Central College accounting students gain valuable experience while helping low-income DuPage County residents file tax returns.

North Central College accounting students are gaining valuable career experience while helping low-income DuPage County residents file tax returns.

Master of education alumnus leads technology development in local schools

Anthony Schlorff M ’11 provides professional development for teachers
Anthony Schlorff M ’11 works as instructional technology coordinator in local school district, teaches K-12 instructional technology at North Central College.

Anthony Schlorff M ’11, North Central College lecturer in education, has served as the instructional technology coordinator since July 2012 at the Community Consolidated School District 93, serving portions of Bloomingdale, Carol Stream and Hanover Park, IL.

College hosts symposium on Global and Environmental Health

Augustine Afullo, Ph.D., and Christopher ‘Sola Olopade, M.D.
North Central College presents Feb. 19 symposium in Global Human Rights series, featuring two keynote speakers, sessions by faculty and students.

North Central College will host a symposium on Global and Environmental Health, featuring two keynote speakers with expertise on the subject—Augustine Afullo, Ph.D., and Christopher ‘Sola Olopade, M.D.—and sessions led by College faculty and students on Feb. 19.

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