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Mueller promotes three managers to directors Feb 28, 2015 12:02 AM
CPA and Management Consulting firm Mueller today announced that it has promoted three managers to directors of its Audit and Tax practices, respectively. The promotions are effective immediately.
Fashion show raises money to send Choral-Aires to competition Feb 26, 2015 1:54 PM
The Choral-Aires Chorus presents its 28th annual Fashion Show & Luncheon, “Let the Good Times Roll,” March 7 as a fundraiser to help offset the costs of competing this fall in an international choral championship.
Illinois Gun Owner Lobby Day Wednesday, March 18, 2015 Feb 26, 2015 11:11 AM
The Illinois State Rifle Association and IllinoisCarry.com will be sponsoring their annual Illinois Gun Owner Lobby Day (IGOLD) on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 in Springfield, IL.
Glen Ellyn woman pleads guilty to attempt disorderly conduct Feb 24, 2015 10:52 PM
A Glen Ellyn resident has pleaded guilty to attempted disorderly conduct for filing a false complaint with the Oak Brook Police Department, officials said Monday.
The Birches hosts “Navigating Healthcare Decisions: Charting the Course” Feb 25, 2015 6:27 PM
On Saturday, Feb. 28, The Birches Assisted Living in Clarendon Hills is hosting a program titled “Navigating Healthcare Decisions: Charting the Course” to provide guidance on making current or future healthcare decisions for oneself or one’s family. The program will take place from 9:30 a.m. until 11 a.m at The Birches Assisted Living, 215 55th St. Clarendon Hills. Mardy Chizek, R.N. owner of Charism Eldercare Services will discuss ways caregivers can prepare themselves to make the best healthcare choices in all circumstances. Chizek, who is a registered nurse and family nurse practitioner, has worked in hospitals, home care, ambulatory care, and senior care facilities for over 30 years and provides legal and insurance consulting, risk management, operational and administrative consulting services. Bill Wilson, partner from The Law Offices of Wilson & Wilson-The Center for Estate Planning and Elder Law, will offer a legal perspective on making wise healthcare decisions. Wilson, who has practiced law for over 30 years, specializes in Estate Planning, Elder Law, Medicaid Planning, Estate Planning for families with special needs children, probate, and advising profit/nonprofit corporations. Brunch will be served at this free event which is open to the public. Registration is required. To register, call (630) 581-8243. The Birches Assisted Living in Clarendon Hills is a premier retirement community dedicated to providing professional services that support its residents’ physical, social, intellectual, and spiritual growth. The Birches offers a full calendar of purposeful programs and activities designed to promote a healthy aging lifestyle and a strong sense of community. For more information about The Birches, call (630) 789-1135 or visit birches.net.
Breaking the Code Feb 23, 2015 10:17 AM
Breaking the Code (BTC) is a research-based prevention simulation that highlights the existence and harmfulness of a hidden and unchallenged bullying social structure.
Oak Brook-based IMRF launches new website, corporate brand Feb 23, 2015 10:39 AM
The Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) – the best-funded statewide public pension in Illinois – launched a new and improved website and corporate brand earlier this month. The new website, www.imrf.org, features a modern design, easier readability, enhanced navigation, and much more. IMRF – the state’s second-largest public pension plan with 400,000 members and nearly 3,000 employers – also adopted a new logo and brand color scheme that better symbolize its successful pension plan model and status as a national leader in the public pension industry. “We took a thoughtful, structured approach to ensure our new website meets the needs of active members, retirees and units of government participating in IMRF,” said IMRF Executive Director Louis W. Kosiba. “No matter what you are looking for, the new website will make it easier than ever to find what you need as quickly as possible.” The modernized website provides information about IMRF’s retirement plans written in clear and concise language. In addition, the site includes the option of displaying text in larger sizes for improved readability. The website also features a robust search function to help more accurately pinpoint articles that answer users’ questions – as well as a mobile version of the site compatible with smartphones or tablets. In advance of the launch, IMRF sent a website preview to a random sample of 6,000 members, retirees and employers to collect feedback on site changes. Of the IMRF members and retirees who responded, about 93 percent described the new website as either “very easy” or “easy” to navigate. In addition, about 96 percent agreed or strongly agreed that the website text appeared “easy to read.” Of the employers who responded to the survey, 97 percent found the website “very easy” or “easy” to navigate. “We’ve been looking forward to adopting an intuitive, user-friendly navigation system for some time now,” said Kosiba. “Also, our staff can now manage the website more efficiently and instantaneously share important public announcements.” New logo, website reflects IMRF’s commitment to excellence The new IMRF brand and logo reflect the plan’s focus on customer service. Over the last decade, IMRF has consistently ranked in the top 15 percent of participating public pensions for overall customer service, according to a CEM Benchmarking, Inc. study. The new logo, for example, symbolizes the horizon of opportunities available to IMRF members and retirees. The arc represents the guidance, direction and pathway that IMRF provides. “Whether you’re an IMRF member, retiree or participating employer, our new logo reinforces that IMRF is with you on every step of your journey toward a secure retirement,” said Kosiba. “Retirees should think of our new logo as our sacred promise to continue to provide financial security.” For an overview of the new website, please watch the video series here: http://bit.ly/1F76wIp. About IMRF The Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) was created by the Illinois General Assembly. Since 1941, IMRF has partnered with local units of government to provide retirement, disability and death benefits for public employees. With a funded status of 97 percent and $34 billion in assets, IMRF is well-funded and sustainable. Today, IMRF has about 400,000 members and serves nearly 3,000 different units of government, including towns and villages, libraries and park districts, and counties and school districts (non-teaching personnel). The average member who retired in 2013 had 22 years of service and received an annual benefit of about $16,500. For more information, visit www.imrf.org.
“The New Jim Crow” author to visit Benedictine April 21 Feb 20, 2015 5:34 PM
The impact of racial injustice in the American legal system will be the focus of a free lecture by civil-rights-lawyer-turned-legal-scholar Michelle Alexander at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, at Benedictine University. She is the author of the 2010 book, “The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color Blindness.” In advance of her presentation, Benedictine is encouraging members of the public to join a communitywide reading group and series of weekly discussions related to the book and its theme.
Former COD Student Earns Prestigious Presidential Scholarship to Columbia College Feb 17, 2015 5:55 PM
Former College of DuPage student Mirjana Ursulesku is attending Chicago’s prestigious Columbia College as the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. The Columbia College Presidential Scholarship is a competitive, merit-based program that awards incoming and transfer students based on academic achievement and demonstration of significant accomplishment, talent or ability in their intended major. “I am thrilled and grateful to have been awarded this scholarship,” said Ursulesku. “It has given me the chance to both deepen and expand my studies. It is also wonderful validation for me that I am on the right track with my career; I’m in the right place and moving in an exciting direction.” In 2012, after years as a successful visual artist, Ursulesku enrolled in the Graphic Design program at College of DuPage. A mother of two young children, it was essential for her to find a place to continue her education that was close to home. “The Graphic Design program at COD was the first opportunity to integrate my fine art and illustration skills with graphic design,” she said. “Taking my background and building on it was an exciting new chapter for me. I’m a person who thrives on new challenges and COD provided me with this opportunity.” While at COD, Ursulesku discovered a particular interest in graphic design and brand identity work. “The inherent problem solving needed in graphic design and brand identity is exactly my cup of tea,” she said. “With each project I attempt to meet the demands of the project, or a client’s expectations, while using my own unique style and voice. Balancing my skills and my own story with what is required for the job, such as developing strong visual concepts and creating a message that engages and motivates the target audience is an exhilarating challenge.” While a student at COD, she redesigned the College’s Graphic Design website and earned her A.A.S. in Graphic Design, graduating with high honors. She is now attending classes at Columbia College where she is pursuing a double major, a B.F.A in Graphic Design and a B.A. in Advertising. Ursulesku has been immersed in drawing, painting and illustration from a very young age and works in a wide variety of approaches and mediums. The award-winning artist’s work ranges from acrylic florals and photography to stark charcoals reflecting her experiences growing up in northern Bosnia. She also produces watercolors featuring an exploration of light and color. Drawing on a host of muses, she said her work has always been a labor of love and while she is inspired by the work of great masters, as well her peers, she is also inspired by nature, her surroundings and the creative process itself. “I am inspired by nature and by scenery that I think many people might simply overlook,” she said. “A room, a figure, a field, a bird; I often stop to do quick studies of my surroundings, sketching or painting in an attempt to capture the raw essence of the view before me – the random gesture, the funny moment; life in general. I also am inspired by the harmony expressed when combining brushstroke and color, and by the experience of a painting taking on a life of its own and leading me where it wants to go.” During her career, the Westmont resident has created works for art collectors, corporations and non-profit organizations worldwide. Her commissioned portfolio ranges from individual portraits to corporate work for well-known companies such as Life Focus TV and McDonald’s Corporation, for which she created artwork that was used in McDonald’s Supply Chain symposiums throughout the world. One of her favorite projects was completed for Opportunity International, a non-profit organization that provides micro loans to impoverished people throughout the world. In 2010, she was the recipient of the Hermes Gold Award, a creative awards program administered by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals. Ursulesku is the owner of Blue is My Color, Inc., a showcase for her commissioned and personal artwork, as well as Three Things I Love, a website through which she sells her work in the form of full-size prints, limited editions, original artworks and a wide range of her art imprinted on greeting cards, paper accessories, personalized cards and stationery. In addition, she runs M Creative Studios, Inc., an enterprise showcasing her graphic and web design, branding, identity and advertising services, and most recently, she established M Creative Press, Inc., a business dedicated to all forms and aspects of publishing. In summer of 2014, she self-published two books: “Life in Paint,” which features her work over nearly 20 years, and “Idle Time,” which includes a variety of sketches, ink and line work. Ursulesku said her goal is to continue her work as a creative professional, incorporating both her background in fine arts and her newly attained graphic design skills. she said her background in fine art has served her well as her career evolves toward more commercial art forms. “Good design is good design, whether it’s a portrait done in oils or a great logo,” she said “Each art form feels like an extension of the other and I don’t find it difficult to balance the two; the relationship feels very natural to me.” Ursulesku said that in addition to a top-notch curriculum and state-of-the-art technology, the COD Graphic Design program’s dedicated instructors went the extra mile to help her succeed. “I had the greatest instructors and professors at COD,” she said. “They were prepared, passionate and supportive. John Callegari was particularly exceptional. I cannot recall a more passionate and enthusiastic professor in any class I have ever taken. He is truly a credit to his profession.” Professor of Graphic Design John Callegari said he was proud of Ursulesku’s work and pleased with her success, which is due in no small part to her superb work ethic. “Mirjana sets the standard for how hard a student can work,” he said. “She showed meticulous attention to detail and her work was conceptually perfect and flawlessly executed. The portfolio she produced while at COD is outstanding.” While she continues to build her skills at Columbia College, Ursulesku said that she can’t imagine a better place to have started her studies and career than at College of DuPage. “My work grew so much while at COD, and the knowledge I gained was priceless,” she said. “I’m a firm believer in ‘you get back what you put in,’ so I worked hard, but my experience at the College far exceeded my expectations. I graduated with high honors and ended up with an extensive array of work and a portfolio that I’m very proud of.” Click here for information about the Graphic Design program at College of DuPage.
College of DuPage Offers New American Welding Society Certificate Feb 17, 2015 5:56 PM
College of DuPage is offering a new American Welding Society Certificate that will provide students with the required skills to earn AWS credentials. Recently approved by the Illinois Community College Board, the 17 credit-hour certificate prepares students for entry-level positions as welders and fabricators. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a 6 percent increase in overall metalworking positions during the next 10 years. “This new certificate program is another example of College of DuPage’s dedication to providing students with solid program options,” said COD Board of Trustees Chairman Erin Birt. “Over the last five years, COD has implemented nearly 70 new ICCB-approved certificates and degrees. The American Welding Society certificate provides students with industry recognized credentials that will jumpstart their careers.” John Kronenburger, Associate Dean of Technology, said the certificate stemmed from an Illinois Network for Advanced Manufacturing grant, which was established to help provide highly skilled workers for industry, both in-state and nationally. Participating schools are asked to select and develop a specialty program. “We felt one area we could leverage was welding,” he said. “College of DuPage already offers a Welding certificate, so we created a second certificate with industry-known credentials associated with it. To help us develop the curriculum, we brought in an AWS-certified instructor as a consultant.” The American Welding Society Certificate includes five new courses designed to provide AWS Level 1 training. Upon completing the certificate, students can take the required test – offered at COD – to become AWS Sense 1-certified. Kronenburger said creating the AWS certificate is part of a larger effort to expand the College’s Welding program that in the future will include an associate’s degree. Students then can earn stackable credentials by starting with the AWS certificate, continue with the Welding certificate and then completing the degree. “There is a clear need for credentialed welders and fabricators in fields that range from aerospace to renewable energy to infrastructure, and we want to offer the training that will help students either begin or further their careers in a growing market.” For more information, call (630) 942-8419, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.cod.edu/programs/welding.
College of DuPage Offers New Mechatronics Technology Certificate Feb 17, 2015 5:57 PM
College of DuPage is offering a new Mechatronics Technology certificate that will help students develop multidisciplinary skills in mechanics, electronics, industrial electronics and computer control. Recently approved by the Illinois Community College Board, the certificate was created to provide an entry-level credential that will help students apply for such positions as systems and automation technicians, maintenance technicians, automation specialists, human/machine interface programmers and controls specialists. “We worked with our INAM (Illinois Network for Advanced Manufacturing) committees to build this credential,” said John Kronenburger, Associate Dean of Technology. “The new certificate provides basic training in a number of areas – circuits and electrical theory, mechanical theory, hydraulics, and controls.” According to the National Council on Competitiveness, an estimated 100 million new jobs will be created this century that bridge disciplines rather than within individual disciplines. This will require new industry employees to understand how whole systems work as technology advances and be multitask-oriented. “Over the last five years, College of DuPage has established nearly 70 new ICCB-approved certificates and degree programs,” said COD Board of Trustees Chairman Erin Birt. “Students are looking for a very strong return on their educational investment more than ever before, so it is critical that COD maintains a pulse on local and national in-demand careers such as Mechatronics.” The 16 credit-hour certificate consists of one new class, “Electricity and Electronics for Mechatronics,” and five existing courses. Students will receive a broad industry overview that will help them gain access to the workplace while providing a foundation for future education, Kronenburger said. “These classes are all stackable, which means the Mechatronics Technology Certificate can be a springboard to other certificates and associate’s degrees within the electronics and electro-mechanical fields,” he said. For more information, call (630) 942-8419, email email@example.com or visit www.cod.edu/programs/electronics.
COD Wins American Culinary Federation Illinois State Competition Feb 17, 2015 5:59 PM
Jan. 28, 2015 – College of DuPage culinary students took first place at the American Culinary Federation’s (ACF) Student Team Hot Food Illinois State Competition. Five COD students competed against past national winners Joliet Junior College and Kendall College. The event included a skills salon, during which students are evaluated on skills such as butchery, filleting and knife cuts, followed by a cooking competition consisting of a four-course menu including one classical course assigned by the ACF and three dishes chosen by the team. COD team members Shin Balagtas (Glendale Heights), Frederick Estrada (Warrenville), Ashley Sabo (Naperville), Setrini Sison (Naperville) and Casey Waltemath (Elmhurst) practiced every Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. during the fall semester and throughout the holiday break. They will go on to compete against 12 teams from across the Midwest for the central divisional title this March in Arkansas. This is College of DuPage’s second year hosting and third year competing. Please click here to watch a video of the event and 2015 Illinois State competition and click here for more photos. (Press Photography Network/Special to College of DuPage).
College of DuPage Hosts Learning Communities Open House on March 9 Feb 17, 2015 6:04 PM
College of DuPage will host a free open house on Learning Communities from 12:30 to 2 p.m. on Monday, March 9, in the Student Services Center, Room 2201, on the College’s main campus, 425 Fawell Blvd., in Glen Ellyn. This event is free and open to the public. During this event, aimed at current and prospective students and COD faculty, attendees will learn about the advantages in taking part in an innovative learning community environment. Representatives from the College as past and present Learning Communities participants will be on hand to provide information and answer questions. In addition, attendees will be treated to a free sundae bar while supplies last. For more information about this event, please contact Professor of English James Allen at (630) 942-3421 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Learning Communities are innovative interdisciplinary learning experiences featuring two or more courses linked by a common theme and taught by faculty from two or more fields of study. Students enroll as a cohort, taking the classes together and developing a deeper understanding of the subject matter while gaining greater opportunities to make connections with their professors and classmates. Click here for more information about Learning Communities at College of DuPage.
College of DuPage Hosts ‘A Continent of Ideas: Feb 17, 2015 6:05 PM
Psychedelics Empowering the Liberal Arts and Healing PTSD’ on March 2 College of DuPage will host a free discussion, “A Continent of Ideas: Psychedelics Empowering the Liberal Arts and Healing PTSD,” on Monday, March 2, from 5 to 8 p.m. in HSC 1234. This presentation is part of a continuing series of educational seminars open to the public through the COD Human Services department. During this program, Bruce Sewick LCPC, RDDP, CADC, will discuss the use of MDMA (known on the street “Ecstasy” or “Molly”) with assisted psychotherapy as a treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. “As someone who works with individuals with psychological problems, treating PTSD is extremely difficult,” Sewick said. “People with PTSD are not able are not able to let go of the past or engage with the present, resulting in disproportionately high suicide rates. The research with MDMA is very promising, however, and there is now great hope for PTSD patients and continued research in the medicinal use of psychedelics. Slowly the paradigm is changing and psychedelic substances (many of which had a therapeutic beginning) are now being seen for their healing potential.” This program will also include a presentation by Tom Roberts, Ph.D., who will discuss the use of psychedelics in intellectual and academic professions and as “psychoactive sacraments.” “The study of psychedelics opens exciting doors for the humanities,” Dr. Roberts said. “During this session, I will focus on psychedelics as a means for understanding literature, movies, works of art, the philosophy of science, the rhetoric of war, meaningfulness, spirituality, as well as larger intellectual topics such as inventing paradigms, formulating new theories and consilience.” Bruce Sewick is the Manager of Adult Mental Health at Leyden Family Service in Franklin Park and has been an adjunct faculty member at College of DuPage since 2003. He currently teaches a Human Services electives course at COD titled, “Psychedelic Mindview,” which explores the role of psychedelic substances throughout history, including recent clinical research for their use as adjuncts to psychotherapy and the influence of psychedelics in art, creativity and the political-social context of the 1960s. This course will be offered in a face to face, traditional class format during the summer term at COD, from June 10 to July 29. Starting in 1981 at Northern Illinois University, Prof. Roberts taught the world’s first catalog-listed psychedelics course. His major publications are: The Psychedelic Policy Quaqmire (in-press 2015), The Psychedelic Future of the Mind (2013), Spiritual Growth with Entheogens (2012), Psychedelic Medicine, 2 vols. (2007) and Psychedelic Horizons (2006). Additional papers, reviews and web materials are located at: niu.academia.edu/ThomasRoberts. Please click here for recent news coverage on psychedelic research in The New Yorker and on CNN. For more information about the COD Psychedelics course and the March 2 free presentation, please contact Bruce Sewick at email@example.com.
The Birches hosts dementia educational series for caregivers Feb 17, 2015 6:07 PM
Every day more than 15 million Americans face the challenge of caring for a loved one with memory loss. To provide information and support to these caregivers, The Birches Assisted Living in Clarendon Hills is hosting a dementia educational series which will take place on the third Wednesday of the month from February until May. Each program in the series will run from 7 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at The Birches Assisted Living, 215 55th St. Clarendon Hills. The series will kick off on February 18 with a presentation from psychotherapist and elder care specialist Sharon Boris, LCSW, MSW who will teach audience members how to recognize and cope with caregiver stress. In her presentation, Boris will provide tips for preventing the typical stressors a caregiver faces, as well as tools for managing stress once it hits. On March 18, the series will continue with a presentation from Steve Hiemenz, RPh, MBA, owner of Elm Plaza Pharmacy in Hinsdale, who will discuss how to recognize pain in those with dementia and how to implement a pain management intervention. Hiemenz will also discuss which medications are associated with higher fall risks and how to prevent such occurrences. On April 15, author and community educator Daniel Kuhn, MSW will teach caregivers how to cope with the emotional conflicts that arise while caring for a loved one with dementia. Because caregiving can be emotionally stressful, Kuhn will help audience members find emotional balance by coming to terms with the emotions they face daily in their role as a caregiver. The series will wrap up on May 20 with a presentation by The Birches’ Director of Encore and Memory Care Services Jackie Raschke who will teach caregivers to enjoy and value the precious time they have with their loved one, despite the challenges and stressors they face. Raschke will pull from her extensive professional dementia care experience to provide specific examples of how to support your loved one, encourage their growth, and help them live a purposeful life. Programs in The Birches’ Dementia Educational Series are free and open to the public. Registration is required. To register, call 630-581-7350. The Birches Assisted Living in Clarendon Hills is a premier retirement community dedicated to providing professional services that support its residents’ physical, social, intellectual, and spiritual growth. The Birches offers a full calendar of purposeful programs and activities designed to promote a healthy aging lifestyle and a strong sense of community. For more information about The Birches, call 630-789-1135 or visit: birches.net.
Forest district seeks proposals of outdoor art made of plant materials Feb 16, 2015 8:52 AM
Artists have until March 22 to submit proposals for art made out of natural materials native to DuPage County for outdoor instalation from June 24 to Oct. 24 at Mayslake Forest Preserve.
Learn what it takes to get ideas into laws Feb 16, 2015 8:58 PM
4-H members in Illinois will learn how ideas become law during a mock debate in the Chambers of the Illinois House of Representatives March 27-28 in Springfield. Delegates will debate mock bills using the same process used by real legislators in the Illinois House and Senate, including use of the House microphones and voting buttons to determine the fate of various bills. 4-H members who were at least 14 years of age by Sept. 1, 2014 may register online at go.illinois.edu/4hgreatdebate by March 13.
Unidentified Body Found in North Carolina Has Streamwood Connection Feb 17, 2015 1:00 AM
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's Facebook site, Help ID Me, recently contacted Streamwood Behavioral Healthcare System to help spread the word to local resources in hopes that the young man might be identified. New technology helped to produce an image to show what the unidentified teenager may have looked like. Help give him back his name. John Doe is a Caucasian male between the ages of 15-20, who had short, light brown hair, stood five feet nine inches tall and weighed 171 pounds. He was wearing jeans, a blue plaid long-sleeved shirt, a brown jacket and sneakers. Investigators believe he was transient for some time prior to his death, and may have lost touch with relatives. They believe he spent time in Florida, Illinois and Tennessee before arriving in North Carolina. If you have any information, please call 1-800-THE-LOST. A complete story can be found by the Crossroads Chronicle here: http://www.crossroadschronicle.com/pages/full_story_free/push?article-Body+still+unidentified+after+31+years%20&id=26459663&instance=top_stories Link to National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HelpIDMe
Endorsement: Lalmalani for Oak Brook village president Feb 15, 2015 1:00 AM
The Daily Herald endorses Gopal Lalmalani for Oak Brook village president.
Endorsements: Yusuf, Manzo, Tiesenga for Oak Brook board Feb 15, 2015 1:00 AM
The Daily Herald endorses Asif Yusuf, Michael Manzo and Edward Tiesenga for Oak Brook village board.
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