Russ Goodman, professor of mathematics, and Liz Golovatski, assistant professor of physics, will present “Who should be in STEM?” from 7-8 p.m. Tuesday, March 2.
Central College students and faculty will honor the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and work with activities during the week of Jan. 18.
Walter Cannon, professor emeritus of English at Central College, has co-edited a new book titled “Shakespeare’s Auditory Worlds: Hearing and Staging Practices, Then and Now.”
Central College and its accounting faculty and students once again are offering free income tax preparation services for Marion County residents.
Central College’s theatre department will present the film “TRANSFORMED” online only from Nov. 18-21.
Central College will host a discussion about the election results and moving forward from 3-4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11, featuring four professors and local political expert Bob Leonard.
Central College will host the fifth annual Midwest Sports Analytics Meeting, a virtual event set for Saturday, Nov. 21.
Central College’s music department will offer several upcoming virtual performances.
A Central College professor and four students have had their research on a byproduct of indigo dye featured in RSC Advances, a peer-reviewed journal of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
“Mid-Americana: Stories from a Changing Midwest” launched its second season Oct. 7.
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