Andrea Soriano Moll is a writer and head of business development for gardneredge.com, an online newspaper for the Gardner, KS, community. She served as marketing director and marketing and administration manager for the Gardner Chamber of Commerce. She enjoys making contacts and is an excellent connection for local businesses seeking to increase their exposure to the community through the Gardner EDGE. She holds a degree in mechanical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and a master’s degree in business administration from North Central College.
A stormy forecast on June 12 provided the perfect opportunity to enlist the air-conditioned and roomy environment of the new Res/Rec Center for the College’s 145th Commencement. After a few adjustments to the traditional procession and with the help of audio-visual equipment, the 598 graduates who attended and their families and friends enjoyed the ceremony while thunder boomed outside.
Surrounded by blueprints, hard hats and timetables, a number of North Central graduates oversaw construction of a unique, one-of-a-kind building
Surrounded by blueprints, hard hats and timetables, this alumnus, in tandem with a number of other North Central graduates, oversaw construction of a unique, one-of-a-kind building that will significantly impact North Central College and its track and field program for generations to come. The environmentally friendly, four-story building is the first in the nation to combine a residence hall with a recreation center on a college or university campus, built to the rigorous and innovative standards of “green” construction.
Alumni and faculty of the M.B.A. program gather for a Social & Career Networking event.
M.B.A. Alumni North Central College alumni and faculty of the M.B.A. program gathered in November for a Social & Career Networking event. This was the first of a series of activities designed for alumni of graduate programs. Josh Seago M ’09 coordinated the event with the Office of Alumni Relations. Alumni of the One-Year M.B.A. program also gathered in September to socialize (left).