North Park University has improved its six graduate dual-degree programs that combine theological instruction with business and nonprofit education.
The School of Nursing's new master's curriculum will prepare nurses to care for an aging population.
The University's School of Adult Learning is now offering an undergraduate nonprofit management degree that can be earned entirely online.
Illinois Campus Compact awarded North Park University a grant to help the University expand existing outreach programs and lay the groundwork for a civic engagement center.
Two North Park University professors each spent one month in China this summer teaching university business students and professors.
Four senior North Park University students joined about 60 students from the United States, Canada, and Sweden at a conference in Karlstad, Sweden, focusing on the roles of cultural organizations, entrepreneurship, and future-oriented research.
North Park University will open its 121st year when classes begin Aug. 27. University President Dr. David Parkyn delivered his State of the university address to faculty and staff Aug. 21.
North Park University welcomed new full-time faculty and staff to the University as the 2012-2013 academic year began.
New nonprofit executive leaders participated in BootCamp 2012, a popular continuing education program of North Park University's Axelson Center for Nonprofit Management.
Richard Becker provided a suite in his wife's memory for the University's Nursing Simulation Lab Facility. Read about Richard and Janice Becker, and how the suite serves student nurses and patients.
The University will host four prominent speakers for its annual public Campus Theme Lecture Series for 2012–2013. This year's speakers will address the question, "What is nature?"
American Studies students come from all over the world to be immersed in Chicago, getting a taste of U.S. culture, customs, and language.