Central graduates have the highest mid-career median salary of any liberal arts college in Iowa.
Markay Winston ’87, chief officer of diverse learner supports and services for Chicago Public Schools, will speak at Central College commencement May 16.
After graduating from Central, Tyler Schipper ’09 completed a Ph.D. in economics. He is now assistant professor of economics at University of St. Thomas.
Central College will host about 100 geographic information system (GIS) users for the Iowa Geographic Information Council (IGIC) conference April 7-9.
Some call it politics, but Michael Kacmarynski ’14 calls it a career. Kacmarynski was recently a field representative on David Young’s campaign for the House of Representatives.
Greg Ellingson ’13, former student body president and British Parliament intern, wants to help shape public policy in the Midwest.
Former auto industry executive and crisis communications expert Jason Vines, a 1982 Central College graduate, returns to campus Dec. 10-11 as part of a promotional tour for his new book.
Sam Scheckel ’13 hopes to be an art therapist in a memory care facility. A Central graduate from Bettendorf, Iowa, Scheckel has been passionate about art since her professional journey began.
Katie Zellmer ’14 began a service-learning project with an Iraqi family during her sophomore year. Nearly three years later, she still has a second home in the Salim household.
A dedication ceremony will be held for the Helen Jean Hislop Center, commemorating Hislop’s years of service in the field of physical therapy.