Media Watch

Noll weighs in on net neutrality repeal

Net neutrality rules are set to expire on Monday. What does that mean for you and me when we use the internet?

That’s one of the questions social media instructor Steve Noll will be answering during his interview with Wisconsin Radio Network this afternoon.

The story is scheduled to air Monday.

Published April 20, 2018.

In Business Magazine covers impact of new South Campus

President Daniels and Gift Development Specialist Steve Goldberg were recently interviewed by In Business Magazine about the human and economic impact of the new South Campus.

The story is now posted online.

Published April 18, 2018.

Editorial includes South Campus matching grant

Madison College’s new South Campus was mentioned in Neil Heinen’s latest editorial on Channel 3.

The campus is part of the editorial agenda for “economic growth that is broad-based and inclusive.”

Published April 18, 2018.

Zogbaum talks sustainable farming with news sources

Agriculture instructor Randy Zogbaum was recently featured in both the Columbus Journal and the Baraboo News Republic.

Zogbaum talked about sustainable farming and an upcoming small farm workshop.

 

Published April 16, 2018.

Madison College mentioned in Cap Times

In a recent Cap Times Talk about diversity in the city's technology sector, one of the panelists mentioned Madison College for having a more diverse talent pool.

The story was additionally posted on their website. 

Published April 16, 2018.

Diesel Equipment Technology Program highlighted

Madison College's Diesel Equipment Technology program was featured in Community College Daily on Friday. The story, written by the college's Susan Pohorski, includes interviews with instructors Tom Wozniak and Aaron Dix. It focuses on the college's partnership with Waukesha County Technical College to repair tractor-trailers.

Published April 16, 2018.

Students receive scholarships at women's business luncheon

Three Madison College students recently received scholarships at The Business Forum’s Annual Luncheon.

They are Ngina Ali, Ditra Comer and Brianna Larson.

The Forum is a professional organization for women who want to expand their network of business connections and make a difference in others’ lives. The story was posted on Madison365.

Published April 13, 2018.

Cornille's new position generates media buzz

Executive Vice President Keith Cornille’s selection as the new president of Heartland Community College in Normal, Illinois is generating a number of media stories.

So far, Dr. Cornille has appeared in the Wisconsin State Journal, the Pantagraph (Bloomington-Normal daily newspaper), WJBC Radio (Bloomington-Normal) and WMBD-TV (Peoria).

Published April 13, 2018.

Dr. Julia Haseleu interviewed on Rainbow Scholarship

Psychology instructor Dr. Julia Haseleu recently spoke with WORT Radio about the college's new $20,000 Rainbow Scholarship for LGBTQ students. As the scholarship's director, the program is set to begin in three years, but the school is working to offer it sooner. 

Published April 11, 2018.

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