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Chen coauthors article on family environment and early literacy
Xiaoning Chen, North Central College visiting associate professor of education, publishes article exploring family learning environment and early literacy.
New campus chaplain Rev. Eric Doolittle begins serving at North Central in July
North Central College names a new campus chaplain, the Rev. Eric Doolittle, who previously served as a university chaplain and United Methodist Church pastor.
Cardinals host Softball Super Regional series May 16-17
North Central College hosts its NCAA Division III Softball Championship Super Regional series vs. University of St. Thomas (Minn.) Friday & Saturday, May 16-17.
Ruthig finds link between temperature and disease in animals
Gregory Ruthig, North Central College assistant professor of biology, publishes paper suggesting temperature can influence effects of infectious diseases.
Lehe publishes article in the Cambridge journal, Religious Studies
Tad Lehe, North Central College professor of philosophy, published article in the scholarly philosophy of religion journal Religious Studies.
Koenig published in new collection of essays
Wendy Koenig, North Central College associate professor of art history, was published in the recent collection of essays, “The Transcultural Turn.”
North Central College celebrates academic legacy during Cornerstone Week
Honors Day kicks off annual Cornerstone Week celebration with Rall Symposium and lecture, Honors Convocation, alumni panels, Last Lecture, picnic and concert.
Peace Corps regional director will address opportunities for all disciplines
North Central’s Cost Accounting class invites the campus community to hear Brad Merryman, regional director of Peace Corps, Wednesday, May 14.
North Central’s Student Director Series presents “Erlkönig”
North Central College senior Cullen Rogers stages “Erlkönig,” a play that transforms popular German myth into a modern, moving story May 22-24.
Radio interview to preview opening at museum of student-faculty film exhibit
Brian Failing ’14 and Steve Macek, associate professor of speech communication, discuss their “Banned in Chicago” film censorship exhibit on radio May 18.
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