Media Watch

Media pursues west side campus story

President Jack Daniels and Vice President Mark Thomas talked to Channel 27 about the future of the college’s west side campus.

The story was also featured on Channel 3/Fox 47.

Proposals for the new west side site will be presented to the College Board in March. The lease for the current site ends in June.

*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 January 7, 2016.

Capital Times interviews President Daniels and Keith Cornille about the Madison Promise

Dr. Keith Cornille, senior vice president of student development and success, was interviewed by the Capital Times about a privately-funded program that would pay for two years of qualifying students’ tuition and fees.

The program will be called the Madison Promise. According to the article, President Jack Daniels added: "We’re going to make it happen by spring 2017."

*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 January 6, 2016.

Madison College featured on front page of Sunday's Wisconsin State Journal

Madison College was part of a front page story in Sunday’s Wisconsin State Journal that took a closer look at manufacturing in Wisconsin.

Denise Reimer, dean of Applied Science, Engineering, and Technology, was interviewed for the article – which was continued in the business section of the paper.

*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 January 6, 2016.

Dean Tina Ahedo featured in Capital City Hues

Dean Tina Ahedo and her staff at Madison College’s South campus were recently featured in the Capital City Hues.

Starting this month, the South campus is offering two new bilingual certificates.

*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 January 6, 2016.

Julie Rortvedt and Lorie Wiessinger on front page of Wisconsin State Journal

Alums Julie Rortvedt and Lorie Wiessinger have been featured on the front page of the Wisconsin State Journal.

The identical twin sisters are retiring after more than 30 years in law enforcement. Rortvedt is also an instructor at Madison 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 January 6, 2016.

All combat positions officially open to women

All combat positions are now officially open to women.

What do Madison College student veterans think about the new rule?

Find out on Channel 15.

*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 January 6, 2016.

Watercolor painting class featured in Wisconsin State Journal

Madison College’s watercolor painting class was featured in Sunday’s Wisconsin State Journal. Instructor Luci Shirek was interviewed for the story.

"The Wonder of Watercolor” exhibit at the Madison Public Library’s Cottage Road branch will be on view through Tuesday, Jan. 12.

*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 January 6, 2016.

Story on Dane County property taxes includes Madison College

Madison College was included in a Jan. 1 Wisconsin State Journal story about property taxes in Dane County.

The article talked about changes in how technical colleges are funded.

*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 January 6, 2016.

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