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Family Science Night on Tuesday, April 19

The Science Fusion Theater Group, along with Madison College and Madison School and Community Recreation, will host a Family Science Night on Tuesday, April 19, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Truax Gateway.

There will be food, hands-on science projects, classroom and lab tours, interactive robotic demonstrations and more. All ages are welcome.

QuestionsContact Jennifer Edens at (608) 616-3486.

Published April 4, 2016.

Benefits in being bilingual

The World Languages department wants your students to know that being bilingual is beneficial to their future.

Individuals who can speak two languages have higher earning potential and can better serve language diverse clientele. Language proficiency is a skill that opens the door to many different career paths and is highly coveted by employers in a variety of fields and industries. 

Discover the opportunities that the World Languages department has to offer.

Published March 23, 2016.

Know someone interested in the Court Reporting program?

If you know a student or potential student who might be interested in learning more about the court reporting program at Madison Colege, you can help by forwarding this informative flyer.

The flyer has information that might help them decide whether court reporting if something they want to pursue.

Published March 23, 2016.

Learn more about tooth decay with SADHA

The Dental Hygiene Club (SADHA) will be having a bake sale and tooth whitening product sale in the Health Education Building Thursday, May 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Buy a treat, learn about awesome tooth whitening products and get information about the dental clinic. Find out how to lower your risk of tooth decay!

Published March 7, 2016.

New Student Information Sessions to be hosted by Recruiting Office

Academic advising has developed and hosted New Student Information Sessions (NSIS), formerly called “Jumpstart”, since 2013. These sessions provided an opportunity for prospective students to get information about the college, credentials we offer, financial aid and steps for getting started. Beginning April 1, 2016, the new student information sessions will be hosted by the college’s Recruiting Office.

The reasons for this change include:

  • Aligns with recruiting’s outreach plan to have more contact with prospective students
  • Provides prospective students with consistent message at all recruiting events
  • Allows recruiters to case manage/provide personal outreach to all prospective students from application to admission

Who should be referred to an NSIS? Any prospective student who is looking for information about the college and how to get started. Application assistance will also be available. Prospective students can register for an upcoming session from the NSIS web page.
If a student has indicated they are unable to attend one of the sessions, they should be referred to the recruiting office where they’ll find contact information for each of the recruiters.
Questions? Please contact Chelsey Bauer at (608) 246-6022.

Published March 4, 2016.

Truax Fitness Center's Family Swim event on Friday, March 4

Jump in Friday, March 4, from 6 - 7:30 p.m. for the Truax Fitness Center’s Family Swim event.

This event is the perfect way to get out of the cold and start the weekend right! The pool will be converted into a family swim format with toys, diving boards and a basketball hoop available for use.

Bring friends and family for a fun filled time and work up an appetite for pizza and snacks after the event, available in Truax B3253 from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. The event is free for all attendees.

For more information on the Truax pool, visit their website.

Questions? Contact the Pool Coordinator at (608) 245-2115.

Published March 2, 2016.

Madison College salon special available until May 6

Madison College's downtown and Truax campus salons will be offering a special deal Tuesday, March 1, until Friday, May 6.

Patrons who book a haircut will be able to get any facial wax (including eyebrow, lip or chin) at half off the original price. This offer is valid for same day appointments only.

Both salons are open Monday through Friday. The spring semester hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. After Friday, March 11, hours will change to 12:30 to 4:15 p.m.

For more information, call Trustyle Salon at (608) 246-6068 or the North Carroll Street salon at (608) 258-2404.

Published February 29, 2016.

Military priority registration tabling

Students with prior military experience are eligible for priority registration at Madison College. This means student veterans may register for Fall 2016 classes a few days earlier than their peers.

This week, student veterans will be available at Truax to distribute priority registration forms and help students fill them out. They will be located in the main Truax hallway, between the Public Safety office and the Bookstore, Tuesday, March 1, Wednesday, March 2, and Thursday, March 3, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tell students about this event without making veterans self-identify. Veteran Services aims to promote a veteran-friendly environment while at the same time informing everyone about this event. 

Published February 29, 2016.

Math club celebrates mathematical constant pi with pie

Dr. aBa Mbirika, professor of mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, will lead math club's discussion of pi Thursday, March 3. The title of Dr. Mbirika's colloquium is "PI is Transcendental." 

The meeting will be in celebration of Pi Day, March 14, which occurs over spring break. Additionally, there will be free pie available from Hubbard Diner in Middleton.

Dr. Mbirika's research interests include combinatorics, such as combinatorial representation theory and algebraic geometry/topology.

Join him and others at the math club meeting on Thursday, March 3, at 3:30 p.m. in Truax A2448.

Published February 26, 2016.

Individuals needed for mock trial

There is a unique opportunity for Madison College staff, faculty and students to learn more about the trial process from a juror's perspective in the College's state of the art e-court.

Individuals are needed to participate in a mock trial and provide feedback on the experience Friday, April 8, from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Your time is valuable, so incentives will be offered. Please let your students know about this unique opportunity.

Interested in participating? Contact Paralegal faculty member Bill Bedker at (608) 243-4762.

Published February 26, 2016.

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