Teri Vos has been named director of a new work-based learning program funded by a grant from Future Ready Iowa.
Central College's Central RED Society will present "Liberal Arts in Prison Program" with Emily Guenther at 6 p.m. Monday, April 6 in the Dave and Ardie Sutphen Common Room in Graham Annex. Dinner will begin at 5:30 p.m., and a cash bar will be available.
Kathy Korcheck, professor of Spanish at Central College, will present "From Empathy to Engagement: Mobilizing Public Space in Buenos Aires in #Niunamenos and Beyond" at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, in the Boat-Moore rooms of Maytag Student Center.
Central College will welcome the photographs of Molly Wood from March 23 through April 17 in the Mills Gallery in the Lubbers Center for the Visual Arts.
Central College's Central RED Society will present "Exploring the World by Bicycle," a presentation by Susan Carpenter set for noon Tuesday, March 24 in the Dave and Ardie Sutphen Common Room in Graham Annex. Lunch will begin at 11:30 a.m.
Central College's music department will host its Alumni Recital featuring tenor Tristan Miedema, a 2018 graduate, at 7 p.m. Monday, March 30, on Hoekstra Stage in Douwstra Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.
The musical “Cabaret” debuted over 50 years ago, but Theatre Central is showcasing how relevant it’s themes of love, sacrifice, survival and complacency still resonate in today’s society.
Jay Wackerly, associate professor of chemistry at Central College, was the primary author of research published in “Chemistry – A European Journal” earlier this year. Wackerly was joined by former and current students from Central, as well as faculty and students from the University of Iowa.
Russ Goodman, professor of mathematics at Central College, will present "Sports Analytics: Ratings, Rankings and Creating the Perfect March Madness Bracket."
Cynthia Mahmood, the Frank Moore Endowed Chair in Anthropology and professor of anthropology at Central College, will present "Civic Engagement Between Sikhs and Anthropologists."
Central College is pleased to announce Kellie Gorsche Markey, a 1988 Central graduate, will speak at the college’s commencement May 16, 2020, in H.S. Kuyper Fieldhouse.
Fueled by more than 2,600 donors, work begins Feb. 24 on an extensive renovation of the lower level of P.H. Kuyper Gymnasium in the next $3 million phase of Central College's Forever Dutch® initiative.
The Central College Departments of Theatre and Music proudly present Kander and Ebb’s iconic musical “Cabaret,” directed and co-choreographed by Dr. C.D. Adamson with musical direction by Sean Stephenson, professor of music.
Central College will welcome the works of Russ Nordman, professor of media arts at the University of Nebraska Omaha. The exhibit will run from Feb. 19 through March 12 in the Mills Gallery in the Lubbers Center for the Visual Arts.
Central College enjoyed a strong final fundraising month of 2019, continuing strong support from alumni and friends through the first half of the college’s fiscal year. Central’s fiscal year runs July 1 to June 30.
Central College professors Paul Weihe and Cathy Haustein will present "Flint, Michigan, and the Water Supply: How Safe is Our Own Drinking Water?" at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11, in the Boat/Moore rooms of Maytag Student Center.
Central College’s Central RED Society will present “Iowa Caucuses: Results and Implications” by Andrew Green, professor of political science at Central College.
Central College's music department will present its 41st annual Jazzmania concert at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, in the Recital Hall of Cox-Snow Music Center. It is free and open to the public.
Central College students Wyatt Crosby, junior, and Terry Hefel, sophomore, spent the week prior to the spring semester at Leighton State Bank. They were two of 44 students to take advantage of Central College’s Career Kickstarter program.
Central College and its accounting faculty and students are offering free income tax preparation services for Marion County residents. This assistance is made possible through a grant from the Iowa Center for Economic Success.
Central College will welcome the works of Jonathan McFadden from Jan. 20 through Feb. 14 in the Mills Gallery in the Lubbers Center for the Visual Arts.
Central College's Central RED Society invites its members to sit in on three presentations of "The January Series," a collection of speakers at Calvin University in Michigan that is designed to provoke "deep thought and conversations about important issues of the day in order to inspire cult…
Students at Central College came together on Dec. 6 to participate in a student-driven climate strike as part of a global climate strike occurring simultaneously.
Central College came away with three first-place awards at the 44th annual Iowa State Dance and Drill Team (ISDTA) Championship in Des Moines last Thursday and Friday.
Central College honored Earl Simmelink, a longtime and generous donor to the college, by naming the atrium in Graham Conference Center in his honor.
Central College will feature the work of artists Lee Emma Running and Andrew Kaufman from Nov. 20 through Dec. 13 in the Mills Gallery in the Lubbers Center for the Visual Arts.
A data analyst and coordinator with the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings will be one of three keynote speakers Central College will bring to campus for the fourth annual Midwest Sports Analytics Meeting.
Russian playwright Ivan Viripaev’s “Illusions” was the perfect, blank canvas for the Central College Department of Theatre to put a unique spin on an intricate tale of life.
Seven-year-old Sophia Bell, of Lynnville-Sully, was all smiles as she signed a letter of intent as Central College Softball’s newest team member during an inspirational Team IMPACT Draft Day celebration.
Central College held its annual Service Day on Oct. 29 with more than 600 volunteers taking part in nearly 50 projects. Service Day has been a cornerstone of the Central experience since 2006.
Central College’s Central RED Society will present “Armistice Day: Remembering World War I” by Mark Barloon, senior lecturer of history.
Central College’s Flying Pans Steel Band will present “Steel Graffiti” over three days to kick off an array of music performances in November.
Central College students are standing up against injustice and bringing awareness to human trafficking during their annual Walk for Freedom.
Central College will welcome Rafael Rosado, a prolific storyboard and graphic novel artist, to showcase his work from Oct. 23 to Nov. 15 in the Mills Gallery in the Lubbers Center for the Visual Arts.
Central College’s Central RED Society will hold a Lunch ‘n’ Learn session focusing on the Central Teacher Academy on Tuesday, Oct. 22 in the Dave and Ardie Sutphen Common Room in Graham Annex.
Maria Andrade, a native of the Cape Verde Islands and the 2016 recipient of the World Food Prize, will present Central College's annual World Food Prize lecture.
Central College’s music department will have four performances in October, including two shows that bring middle school and high school kids to campus.
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- Teri Vos named director of work-based learning program