On Thursday, October 7, North Central College hosted a building dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Dr. Myron Wentz Center for Health Sciences & Engineering, located at 160 E. Chicago Ave, just east of Downtown Naperville.
Dr. Wentz ’63 (H)’11 contributed $10 million in support of the inspired instruction that will take place in the building for generations to come. The dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony provided the North Central community with an opportunity to thank Dr. Wentz for his generosity and love for his alma mater.
The ceremony featured remarks on the importance of the new building, its tremendous potential for generations of future students as well as the local community, and appreciation for Dr. Wentz and his stewardship of the College and its mission. Speakers included President Troy Hammond; Adrian Aldrich '02, assistant vice president for institutional advancement; Marci J. Swede, dean of the School of Education and Health Sciences; and Stephen Maynard Caliendo, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.