Media Watch

Door County Daily News features Jeremy Kautza

Jeremy Kautza, interim director of Madison College’s Interest Based Problem Solving (IBPS), was recently featured in the Door County Daily News. 

Kautza is using IBPS to help the city of Sturgeon Bay and the Friends of the Sturgeon Bay Public Waterfront with their negotiations involving a parcel slated for redevelopment.

*Any views or opinions expressed in items that appear in “Media Watch” represent the position of the source and do not necessarily reflect those of Madison College.

Published May 24, 2017.

Wisconsin State Journal highlights Scholars of Promise

The Wisconsin State Journal posted a story about the college’s Scholars of Promise program, which is expected to help hundreds of low-income students with tuition/fees this fall. 

President Daniels, Senior Vice President Keith Cornille and Scholars of Promise Associate Manager Javier Neira Salazar are quoted in the article.

*Any views or opinions expressed in items that appear in “Media Watch” represent the position of the source and do not necessarily reflect those of Madison College.

Published May 24, 2017.

Can smart home devices be hacked?

Just a friendly reminder that IT security instructor Mike Masino will be on Channel 3 at 10 p.m. for a special report on how smart homes can be hacked.

 *Any views or opinions expressed in items that appear in “Media Watch” represent the position of the source and do not necessarily reflect those of Madison College.

Published May 23, 2017. Updated May 24, 2017.

Capital City Hues features President Daniels

President Daniels is on the cover of the current issue of the Capital City Hues. Dr. Daniels talks about the recent student-centered remodeling that has taken place at the college.

*Any views or opinions expressed in items that appear in “Media Watch” represent the position of the source and do not necessarily reflect those of Madison College.

Published May 22, 2017.

Reedsburg Times-Press reports on science fair

The Reedsburg Times-Press recently did a story about a hands-on science fair that was hosted by the Reedsburg Campus. The fair promoted science education and got middle school kids thinking about higher education. Reedsburg Campus Manager Linda Spencer and instructor Nicole Fuhrmann were interviewed for the article.

*Any views or opinions expressed in items that appear in “Media Watch” represent the position of the source and do not necessarily reflect those of Madison College.

Published May 19, 2017.

Cap Times mentions Madison College Foundation scholarship funding

The Cap Times has posted a list of recipients for this year’s $1.5 million Evjue Foundation grants. The Madison College Foundation is receiving $50,000 for student scholarships.

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Published May 19, 2017.

Wisconsin State Journal highlights Culinary Arts program

The Culinary Arts program received a shout out from the owner of New Orleans Take-Out. John Roussos told the Wisconsin State Journal that he never would have opened the restaurant had it not been for the late Chef Robert Hurst, who was his culinary instructor at Madison College.

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Published May 17, 2017. Updated May 19, 2017.

IT Security instructor talks with Channel 3 about cyberattack

It’s being called the world’s biggest cyberattack and it’s threatening to create even more havoc. The attack is a virus that locks people out of their computer files until they pay a ransom to the hackers. 

Here’s the link to IT Security instructor Mike Masino’s interview with Channel 3 and Channel 47. Please click on the play button. The story appears at 1:22 on the video player.

 *Any views or opinions expressed in items that appear in “Media Watch” represent the position of the source and do not necessarily reflect those of Madison College.

Published May 15, 2017. Updated May 17, 2017.

Edgewood College to guarantee admission to students with certain MATC degrees

Madison College has signed a new agreement with Edgewood College that will guarantee transfer for students with associate degrees in civil/electrical engineering or human resources. The Wisconsin State Journal, Channel 3 and Channel 27 did reports on agreement. 

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Published May 15, 2017.

Provost talks skills gap with Channel 3

In case you missed it, here’s the link to Provost Turina Bakken’s interview with Channel 15 on the skills gap and what the college is doing to help close it. 

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Published May 12, 2017.

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