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Question & Answer with New Full-Time Music Professor Joshua Tompkins

Previously part time, Joshua Tompkins is now a full-time associate professor of music in the college of fine arts Associate professor Joshua Tompkins, who holds a doctor of musical arts degree, has taught piano lessons and music theory at North Central since 2003 and recently accepted a full-time teaching position. He is one of two...

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Question & Answer with New Music Professor Dan Musselman

The college of fine arts hired assistant professor Dan Musselman before the start of the fall 2019 semester North Central University’s college of fine arts hired two full-time professors in the fall of 2019. Assistant professor of music Dan Musselman is one of them. Students might know him from his popular YouTube channel featuring piano...

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Question & Answer with New Theology Professor Sheree Lear

College of Church Leadership hires textual scholar after Professor Buzz Brookman retires and Professor Phil Mayo moves to missions Sheree Lear is the newest addition to the school of Biblical and Theological studies, teaching on the Old Testament. She graduated from Central Bible College with a bachelor’s in Biblical languages. Her master’s in theological interpretation...

New Fine Arts Professor Is Bringing His Musical Style To North Central
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New Fine Arts Professor Is Bringing His Musical Style To North Central

Ellington Porter Using His Experiences To Inspire NCU Music Programs North Central University’s College of Fine Arts hired a new professor at the beginning of fall semester, bringing his musical style and gospel influence to campus. The new associate professor of fine arts, Ellington Porter, is a recording artist with more than 10 albums. He...

Retired professor charged with vehicular homicide
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Retired professor charged with vehicular homicide

Updated 3/26/18 to reflect new information regarding the incident and Richard Shaka. A head-on collision on Hwy. 252 in Brooklyn Park resulted in the death of a Minneapolis 911 dispatcher Saturday night and left suspected drunken driver Richard J. Shaka, retired North Central professor and minister, in critical condition. According to the Star Tribune, Shaka...