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Green Dot movement nears participation milestone at North Central
The number of trained bystanders on campus is growing and influencing the culture surrounding power-based personal violence on campus.
Sheridan coauthors journal article about engaging students using social media
Brandon Sheridan, North Central College assistant professor of economics, published an article in the International Review of Economics Education.
WONC station managers rapidly advance in broadcast careers
Two former WONC radio station managers land positions at popular Chicago outlets, and current station manager earns reputable broadcast award.
Hawaii makes ideal setting for student mathematics research this summer
Two students traveled to the University of Hawai’i at Hilo for the competitive Pacific Undergraduate Research Experience in Mathematics program.
Staff members participate in military immersion training
Named a military-friendly school since 2012, North Central continues to advance its services to student veterans and trains staff in military services.
Community garden flourishes in new location
Faculty, staff, students and community members get their hands dirty to help maintain the community garden, now located at Chicago Avenue.
Paintings by Chicago artist are displayed in Oesterle Library Gallery
North Central College features oil paintings depicting cultural influences from the life of artist Stella Zee in exhibit Aug. 24-Oct. 8.
Sculptures and video work are featured in Schoenherr Gallery
North Central College presents a collection of artwork by sculptor Marina Kuchinski in the exhibit titled “For Only” Aug. 14 through Oct. 11.
Sustainability efforts continue on campus with Project Move Out 2015
The third year of Project Move Out has taken strides since the Sustainability Office implemented a recycling and donation program for the College campus.
Summer researchers build comprehensive tree database that will serve multiple purposes
A joint student-faculty-sustainability research project seeks to catalog and manage the trees on the College’s 65-acre campus.
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