Media Watch

Portage Daily Register recognizes nursing students

The Portage Daily Register published a photo of the Reedsburg campus associate degree nursing students who recently received their nursing pins. Dr. Keith Cornille, executive vice president and chief student services officer, took part in the ceremony. 

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Watertown Daily Times features scholarship students

Madison College students who recently received scholarships were featured in the Watertown Daily Times. Please see the photo to the right.

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Capital City Hues quotes Student Support Advisor

Student Support Advisor Jennifer Ball-Sharpe was recently featured in the Capital City Hues for a story about the college’s Trade Adjustment Assistance Career Community College Technical (TAACCCT) program.

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Madison College mentioned in higher education publication

Madison College was mentioned by the higher education publication AACC 21st Century Center for a story about the “New Skills for Youth” initiative. Its goal is to prepare students for well-paying jobs with the help of community and technical colleges.

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Cap Times features former instructor

Former Madison College economics instructor Niko Skievaski was recently featured in the Cap Times for making Forbes “30 under 30” list.

The list honors 600 of the nation’s brightest young entrepreneurs, innovators and game changers.

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Instructor to discuss fake news with Wisconsin Radio Network

We’ve been hearing a lot lately about fake news.

How can you tell if the news you’re reading is real? And what’s the best way to prevent fake news from spreading?

Social media/marketing instructor Steve Noll is answering those questions and more for Wisconsin Radio Network today. No word yet on when the story will air.

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Link to finance instructor's interview available

In case you missed it, here’s the link to finance instructor Mike Johnson’s live studio interview with Channel 3 Thursday morning. He discussed how to become more financially fit.

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Channel 3 mentions President Daniels

President Daniels received some compliments during Channel 3’s “For the Record” program with Neil Heinen. The comments begin at 16:50 on the video timeline.

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Wisconsin State Journal highlights art exhibit

The college’s “African Art – Traditional and Modern” exhibit at the Truax and Downtown galleries was previewed in Sunday’s Wisconsin State Journal. Gallery 211 coordinator Sarah Stolte was interviewed for the story.

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Neil Heinen weighs in on DTEC proposals

Channel 3 Editorial Director Neil Heinen is the latest to comment on the five proposals to redevelop Madison College's downtown campus. In this short piece, Heinen expressed his interest in the plan that calls for converting some of the existing space into work space for artists.

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