Announcements

Asian American Student Association sells egg rolls

The Asian American Student Association (AASA) is conducting an egg roll fundraiser to support the their trip to the Hmong National Development Conference in San Jose, Calif., in April.

AASA’s mission is to help empower the community through generosity and volunteering. The organization hopes to create awareness in the community and make a difference. 

The Hmong National Development Conference is the Hmong community’s largest event and one that unites over 1,000 professionals, students and community leaders who gather to share valuable insights and powerful new approaches to community empowerment, professional development and leadership. This year’s theme is “Be Bold and Unleash Your Potential.” 

Egg roll orders can be submitted online.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION 

  • All orders are due March 5 to allow sufficient time to plan and prepare.
  • Payments must either be in cash or check.
  • Please designate the timeframe you plan to pick up your order. This will help to expedite the orders efficiently. Anyone needing special arrangements should email pakouyangg3@gmail.com at least 24 hours in advance of their pickup timeframe. There will be a $5 fee for all deliveries. AASA will only deliver in Madison.
  • The organization cannot guarantee food will be prepped in a peanut/tree nut-free zone.
  • Sauces will be in the standard 1.4-ounce takeout container.
  • Egg rolls will be cooked in vegetable oil.
  • Egg rolls are made fresh and ready to go.
  • Pickup for all orders is March 9 at Badger Rock Community Center at 501 E. Badger Road, Madison, WI 53713

For questions relating to the order, please contact pakouyangg3@gmail.com.

If you would like to donate to the club, please contact Masaya Xiong, career advisor for Career & Employment Services, at mxiong27@madisoncollege.edu.

 

Published February 18, 2019.

Bakery open for spring semester

The bakery at the Truax Campus will be open the following hours during spring semester:

Monday: 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Tuesday: 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Breads Day

Wednesday: 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. or until sold out (limited product selection)

Thursday: 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Friday: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or until sold out (limited product selection)

Published February 18, 2019.

Redsten Golf Classic held in May

The Redsten Golf Classic honors Doug Redsten, who devoted 30 years to students and alumni as a teacher, coach and administrator. Registration is open for the Redsten Golf Classic, which is being held at the Oaks Golf Course, Wednesday, May 22. Proceeds from the event helps fund student scholarships and program enhancements.

 

Published February 18, 2019.

Employers to visit campus

Career and Employment Services announces the following employer visits:

  • The Waterford, Tuesday, Feb. 19, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 
  • U.S. Navy, Wednesday, Feb. 20, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 
  • Amcor, Thursday, Feb. 21, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Sherwin Williams, Tuesday, Feb. 26, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Mad City Windows & Baths, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Achieving Collaborative Treatment, Thursday, Feb. 28, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Students are encouraged to stop by the table in the Truax Cafe Atrium during the scheduled times to talk to representatives about career opportunities.

Published February 15, 2019. Updated February 18, 2019.

Madison College welcomes new employees

The following are new employees at Madison College. Please welcome them!

  • Larry Lunda, project and process coordinator
  • Michael Belton, Information Technology instructor
  • Steven Cybela, Veterinary Technician instructor
  • Eric Donovan, Construction and Remodeling instructor
  • John Flannery, Public Safety director
  • Kathy Jewell-Hansing, laboratory coordinator
  • Kara Knutson, Medical Laboratory Technician instructor
  • Kirsten Macke, barista
  • Sophie Martin, barista
  • Barbara Meyer, compensation and benefits manager
  • Asia Peters, food service associate
  • Courtney Sims, senior business intelligence and data engineer
  • Nancy Skeffington, test coordinator
  • Howard Spearman, vice president, Student Affairs/CSSO
  • Charlie Stinchfield, front of house lead
  • Joseph Streeter, senior cloud solutions engineer

 

 

Published February 15, 2019.

What can be done about dry hands and feet?

The Trustyle Salon is offering a free Paraffin Dip Treatment with the purchase of a chemical service or pedicure. The offer is available through Friday, March 15.

Published February 15, 2019.

Improve winter driving with a flurry of safety

When traveling during the winter, be prepared for the unexpected. Being stranded during a winter storm can be a matter of life or death. No matter the temperature, weather affects driving conditions and can pose serious problems. Follow these recommendations for safer winter travels.

Carry the necessary equipment:

  • Shovel
  • Jumper cables
  • Tow and tire chains
  • Properly inflated spare tire, wheel wrench and a tripod-type jack.
  • Bag of salt, cat litter or sand
  • Tool kit
  • Ice scraper and snow brush
  • Working flashlight and extra batteries

If travel must happen during a storm, plan ahead:

  • Select both primary and alternate routes.
  • Travelers should inform others of their travel routes. If they do not arrive on time, officials know where to begin searching.
  • Check the latest weather information.
  • Travel with another person if possible.
  • Drive defensively
  • Watch for ice patches on bridges and overpasses.
  • Take note of the odometer and coordinate it with exit numbers, mileposts or crossroads. This will help travelers determine their location if rescuers need to be summoned.  
  • If a storm becomes too much to handle, seek refuge immediately.

If stranded:

  • Travelers should not leave their vehicle unless they know their location for certain, how far it is to possible help and that the situation will be improved by doing so.
  • To attract attention, light two flares and place one at each end of the vehicle at a safe distance. Hang a brightly colored cloth from the antenna.
  • If the car’s exhaust pipe is not blocked, run the engine and heater for about 10 minutes every hour, depending on the amount of gas left.
  • To protect against frostbite and hypothermia, use woolen items and blankets to keep warm.
  • Keep at least one window open slightly. Heavy snow and ice can seal a car shut.

Published February 15, 2019.

Black & Brilliant Forum to be held Feb. 28

The Madison College Black Student Union (BSU) will hold its annual Black & Brilliant Forum. This year’s theme is "Mental and Physical Healthcare and the African American Community," with an emphasis on lack of access to affordable mental and physical healthcare and the criminalization of mental illness.    

This event will take place on Thursday, Feb. 28, at the Madison College Truax Campus, Room D1630BC. Food will be served at 11:30 a.m. A panel discussion will begin at 12:30p.m.

For more information, contact the Madison College BSU via its advisors: 

    

Published February 15, 2019.

Transfer Week helps students explore options

Transfer Week, Feb. 18-21, is full of activities to help students explore their transfer options and connect with admission representatives from four-year institutions.  Below is a schedule of events for the week.    

  • Exploring Majors. Tuesday, Feb. 19, Truax, Transfer Center.  Students will explore career options and majors within Liberal Arts Transfer pre-majors.  
    • Arts and Humanities, 1:30–2:30 p.m.
    • Science, Technology and Math, 2:30–3:30 p.m.
  • What Should I Major In?  Wednesday, Feb. 20, 12–1 p.m., Truax, Transfer Center. Students will assess their interests and learn how to use online tools to explore majors.
  • College Spirit Day. Wednesday, Feb 20, all day. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to wear their alumni gear or favorite college gear.
  • Transfer Fair. Thursday, Feb. 21, 10 a.m.–1:30 p.m., Truax, Cafeteria Mall. Students can get transfer advice and connect with admission representatives from four-year institutions.

Please encourage students to register for the events at the following link: https://madisoncollege.edu/advising-transfer-events

Questions?  Contact Student Development and Retention at 608.246.6076.

Published February 15, 2019.

Edgewood art faculty to visit Feb. 28

Edgewood College Art, Art and Design Teaching, Art Therapy, Art History and Graphic Design faculty will be at Truax Campus on Thursday, Feb 28, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Room D3631A, 3rd floor conference room in the School of Business and Applied Arts.

These Edgewood Art Dept faculty will answer questions about transfer, areas of study, financial aid and pathways. They will also review art work and portfolios. All are welcome to walk-in during these hours. Questions? Email Sarah at sstolte@edgewood.edu.

 

 

Published February 15, 2019.

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