Starting a business from scratch is not easy, but a new and unique business accelerator is creating a “win-win” for both community entrepreneurs and college students seeking to become innovators and entrepreneurs.
A growing program at North Central College offers a multitude of benefits for students from around the world.
Anthony Ashner ’17 is a graphic design and convergent media major with a minor in marketing. Anthony, nine other North Central students, and two professors traveled to China as part of North Central College’s December Term Study Abroad program. This is his account of the two-week trip abroad.
“Recovery is not a linear path,” says North Central College junior Jesús Martinez regarding his upcoming original production “Far From Normal.” Written and directed by Martinez, the drama tackles the debilitating stigma of mental illness and will be staged at North Central Jan. 26-29.
North Central College will host Steve Forbes for a keynote presentation Jan. 31. At the invitation of the College’s student Republican organization, Forbes will speak on the topic of capitalism. Forbes is chair and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media.
Paul Mullen, North Central College half-time associate professor of psychology, was featured in the article “Cultivating Happiness” in the January issue of West Suburban Living.
Each year, North Central College celebrates the life and legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a full week of special events. Held Jan. 15-21, the College’s 2017 events honor and remember one of the most important figures of the 20th century.
Usually the one who helps recruit speakers for North Central College’s annual Prayer Breakfast during Martin Luther King Jr. Week, Lisa Horton ’94 Pettaway M ’00 is this year’s speaker. The steering committee she serves with selected her to address the campus community Jan. 16.
Numbers tell us many things. They can help us to assess risk and quantify success.
Stephen Maynard Caliendo, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and professor of political science, was interviewed Jan. 3 by CBS2 Chicago about a Republican vote on whether to keep the Office of Congressional Ethics. Caliendo questioned the timing.
North Central College welcomes author, professor and cultural critic Dr. Roxane Gay Jan. 17 as its keynote speaker for this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Week celebration.