Winter 2011 North Parker
Dr. David L. Parkyn opens this issue of the North Parker by talking about the dreams and passions of one North Park senior, and her admittance into Teach for America.
The 2010 Viking men's soccer team put up a spectacular season under the leadership of coach John Born. By Kevin Shepke
Students discuss the profound impact of living and learning alongside North Park’s “practitioner faculty,” part–time instructors who bring their unique, full–time industry experiences to the classroom. Three of these professors explain why they won’t soon be quitting their day jobs. By Jessica L. Bernthal
103 years of connections between North Park University and the neighborhood south of campus. By Kris Carlson Bruckner C'79
Scot McKnight reflects on the theme of wisdom, based upon his new book, One Life: Jesus Calls, We Follow, published in December 2010.
Entrepreneur and President's Club donor Soon Wan Hong G'2005 reveals how he turned setbacks into successes. By Elizabeth Lamberti G'2009
Sarah Satterberg C'2000 G'2008 was honored at the 2010 North Park University Up-and-Coming Alumna for her early professional achievement and community involvement. Satterberg is the director of administration at Shelter for Life International.
Judy (Ericson) Anderson A'65 C'69 was honored as 2010's Distinguished Academy Alumna in recognition of her significant professional accomplishments and living a life that resonates with the core values and mission of North Park University. Anderson is the executive director of HEAL Africa.
Robert A'58 J'60 and Janet (Strom) A'56 C'60 Thornbloom were honored as the 2010 North Park University Distinguished Alumni, recognizing their significant professional accomplishments and lives that resonant with the core values and mission of North Park University. The Thornblooms served as career missionaries in Congo. By Melissa Vélez-Luce C'2004
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