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Coauthors from different backgrounds address the question, “does God exist?”
Two PhDs, one a professor of ethics and religious studies and one a physicist, discuss their book Nov. 5 and its central topic: the existence of God.
Macek gives talk and is featured analyst in timely video
Steve Macek, North Central College professor of speech communication and coordinator of urban and suburban studies, gave talk about film censorship and more.
Cramer publishes two articles in medical journals
Emily Cramer, North Central College visiting assistant professor of speech communication, co-published articles on end-of-life and cancer screening issues.
Scholarship recipient tells story of Honduras orphanage and care center
Taylor Harrison ’15 receives North Central College’s Mironda K. Heston Scholarship of Public Service and is also chosen Lincoln Laureate for 2014.
North Central College student ensembles perform during choral directors conference
North Central College student ensembles performed during a fall conference of the Illinois chapter of the American Choral Directors Association (IL-ACDA).
Gov. Quinn announces grant to fund North Central College park improvements
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn announced a $1.1 million grant to fund improvements to a future downtown Naperville public park on land owned by North Central College.
Office of International Programs hosts events for campus community
This week, the Office of International Programs continues its fall events related to the College’s yearlong focus: Globalization, a contested concept.
North Central College welcomes Syrian writer/director Riad Ismat as visiting scholar-in-residence
North Central College welcomes Riad Ismat as scholar-in-residence for the 2014-2015 academic year as visiting professor of arts and letters.
Anti-Hate Week runs Oct. 27-31
This year’s student-led Anti-Hate Week runs Oct. 27-31 and features a film, hunger banquet, panel discussion, music, poetry and more.
Physics department hosts Oct. 23 viewing of partial solar eclipse at stadium press box
Faculty members from North Central’s physics department invite students, faculty and staff to join a viewing of Thursday’s Oct. 23 partial solar eclipse.
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