Featured in: KNIA/KRLS
On the local radio station, Ben Allen, adjunct instructor of communication, talks about free speech in our globalized world. http://bit.ly/Yxd6E0
Featured in: Silicon Prairie News
Silicon Prairie News, a publication about Midwestern entrepreneurship, featured a Q&A with Wade Steenhoek, Director of the Martin Heerema Entrepreneurship Program at Central College.
Featured in: Cityview
“Dead Man’s Curve”—a play written by Bob Leonard, adapted by instructor of theatre Ann Wilkinson and performed by Central students—debuted at the Des Moines Social Club Oct. 12 and 13. A story about the play was published in Cityview.
Featured in: Pella Chronicle
Author Helen Boertje ’54 recently published a book, When One Room Fit All, the country schools of Marion County, IA. Her accomplishment was featured in The Pella Chronicle.
Featured in: WHO-TV Channel 13
Thieves broke into Central College volleyball team vans the night of Oct. 12, swiping the players’ equipment and personal belongings and leaving the Dutch unable to continue play at the Trinity University Fall Classic.
Featured in: WOI ABC 5 News
Central College students and the administration are doing everything they can to make sure students can vote come November. The key to getting out the vote: education. http://www.woi-tv.com/story/19741311/2010-voting-problems-fixed-for-college-students
Featured in: Des Moines Register
Russ Benedict, professor of biology, holds a bat his team of students captured in 2008. The photo was featured in a Aug. 28 article on bats in the Des Moines Register.
Featured in: Indianola Record-Herald
“Leading up to the first day, I was nervous…But then the first day came, and I was really excited…I think since I was prepared and had everything worked out, I was just ready to go.” Dana Baker ’12 was featured in the Indianola Record-Herald about her first week as a teacher at Carlisle High School….
Featured in: Insider Higher Ed
Central College was featured in Inside Higher Ed on August 15. Read more about how Central is staying true to its mission while continuing to model innovation. ‘Mission-Driven, Market-Smart’ By Kevin Kiley August 15, 2012 In the face of concerns about market constraints on tuition, liberal arts colleges are starting to promote existing strengths…
Featured in: Wall Street Journal
Bassist and singer Gabriel Espinosa, associate professor of music, was mentioned with collaborator Hendrik Meurkens in The Wall Street Journal May 2. “Hendrik Meurkens (b. 1957) is much more of a specialist. In a career that seems inspired by such Thielemans albums as “The Brasil Project,” Mr. Meurkens concentrates on Brazilian-style jazz—his music is more…