Diversity and inclusion have been “buzz words” in mass media as of late, but for North Central’s Dorothy Pleas, director of multicultural affairs, they have always been at the core of her work ethic.
Kimberly Sluis, Ed.D., vice president for student affairs and strategic initiatives at North Central College, is the 2018 recipient of the prestigious Elizabeth A.
North Central College played a unique role in a new educational partnership between two of the most powerful and influential nations in the world.
Five North Central students were selected as winners at the College’s second annual Changemaker Challenge, a pitch competition for students with innovative ventures or projects that respond to social, economic, environmental or justice issues.
Leaders at North Central College issued a statement Aug. 14 following the events in Charlottesville, Va.:
Dear North Central College Campus Community:
The ability to have meaningful, thoughtful dialogue on tough issues is a deeply held value at North Central College. It’s a value that some across campus believe is needed now more than ever. But inviting a group of people with opposing viewpoints together in the same room isn’t always easy.