North Central College and U.S. Congressman Bill Foster will host an open forum on the topic of climate change May 6 at the College’s Science Center, 131 S. Loomis Street in Naperville. Tom Skilling, chief meteorologist at WGN, is a featured speaker.
A crowd of more than 200 people representing North Central College, the community and the region streamed into the new Science Center at 8 a.m. Monday morning for their first look at classrooms, labs, gathering spaces and Au Bain Pan café.
North Central College is pioneering the way it equips students of every major to learn what they need today—and how they will work tomorrow—through its new state-of-the-art Science Center opening March 27.
As the Science Center nears completion, a major building project will transform Kroehler into a new home for the School of Business and Entrepreneurship at North Central College.
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.
Caitlyn Lee ’17, Dru Rozewicki ’17 and Kara Majich ’17 of North Central College represent three of the only six students accepted into the prestigious School of Radiation Therapy at Chicago’s Northwestern Memorial Hospit
North Central College’s Science Center reached new heights during its construction when the campus community celebrated the hoisting and placement of a ceremonial final steel beam during a Topping-Out Celebration March 14.
Mauro publishes article about experimental technique for investigating structure of liquids
Nicholas Mauro, North Central College assistant professor of physics, has authored an article in the journal The Review of Scientific Instruments that describes a new, experimental technique for investigating the structure of liquids.
North Central College has reached an important marker in the construction of its new Science Center: The steel structure is near completion. To commemorate this important milestone, the College has planned a Topping-Out Celebration on March 14.
Nicholas Mauro, North Central College assistant professor of physics, is coauthor of a chapter in the 2016 book, “Information Science for Materials Discovery and Design,” published by Springer International Publishing Switzerland.