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North Central College’s Macek and Failing ’14 are featured radio guests
Exhibit cocurators Steve Macek, associate professor of speech communication, and history major Brian Failing ’14 are interviewed on two Chicago radio programs.
Wynard and Walters ’14 give lecture on new state education mandates
Tammy Wynard, North Central College visiting instructor of health and physical education, and Alyssa Walters ’14 spoke at annual health education conference.
Rebecca Rachan ’16 attends prestigious math workshop
North Central College mathematics major Rebecca Rachan ’16 participated in the Undergraduate Modeling Workshop at North Carolina State University.
Vuksanovich and Pope present ESL growth ideas to Illinois teachers
North Central College Monica Vuksanovich, visiting assistant professor of Spanish, and Kate Pope, director of the English Language Institute, present talk.
Nobel Peace Laureate shares inspiring message with campus community
Tawakkol Karman, 2011 Nobel Peace Laureate, shares her experiences as human rights activist, journalist, female leader of Yemen’s peaceful revolution.
Gems releases book, sees another title chosen for national book club, delivers presentations
Gerald Gems, North Central College professor of health and physical education, released a new book and saw another title chosen for a national book club.
Music education program receives Collegiate Chapter Growth Award from NAfME
North Central College’s music education program and its student chapter were recognized for membership growth by the National Association for Music Education.
Maher presents at annual conference, publishes papers, conducts field research in Israel
Ed Maher, North Central College visiting lecturer in sociology, caps off academic year conducting field research at two sites in Israel this summer.
Physics majors assemble electronics for Small Radio Telescope to record space data
Physics majors use summer research opportunities to assemble Small Radio Telescope for future campus installation.
Education alumnus named to administrative position in Kaneland school district
Kaneland Community Unit School District 302 has appointed alumnus Michael Purcell director of educational services 6-12.
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