Northwestern College sponsors encore of reader's theatre production
“Things We Couldn’t Say,” a reader's theater presentation that tells the story of a World War II Holocaust survivor, will return to the Knight Center stage at Unity Christian High School.
Dr. Sara Waring-Tiedeman is the new Master of Education program director for Northwestern College’s Graduate School & Adult Learning.
Northwestern education professor Dr. Derek Brower recently co-presented at the fifth annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Forum & Expo in Denver.
Northwestern College hires nine new faculty
Nine new faculty members are joining Northwestern College this fall.
Northwestern online student awarded leadership scholarship
Northwestern online graduate student Amanda Winslow has been awarded a 2016 Leadership Fellowship Scholarship from the Iowa Association for the Education of Young Children.
Northwestern College’s online Master of Education degree program is ranked among the nation’s most affordable by AffordableSchools.net.
Twenty-two Northwestern College academic programs are listed in the 2016 edition of Rugg’s Recommendations on the Colleges.
Northwestern business education alum named associate superintendent
Kirk Johnson '99 has recently been appointed as the associate superintendent of the Waukee Community School District.
Online education prof to present
Sherry Vanderploeg, online lecturer in education, will present at an education conference.
Northwestern alum featured in STEM video
A video promoting Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad’s STEM Advisory Council initiatives features 2015 Northwestern College graduate Tyler Robyn.