Media Watch

Instructor interviewed by News 3

The Madison mayoral race is now down to two. Political Science Instructor Dr. Maurice Shepparddid an interview with Channel 3 today about which candidate has the best chance of picking up votes in the general election. The story is expected to air
at 4 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. today.

Published February 20, 2019.

Varsho interviewed by Wisconsin Radio Network

Accounting Instructor Kim Varsho was interviewed by Wisconsin Radio Network about the new tax laws and how they could affect tax refunds. No word yet on when the story will air. 

Published February 20, 2019.

Instructor on FenderBender podcast

Auto Collision Repair Instructor Tim Hoege just did a “CollisionCast” podcast with FenderBender magazine. Hoege talked about the need for more students and workers in the auto collision repair and refinishing industry.

Published February 20, 2019.

Digital Credentials Institute director interviewed

Digital Credentials Institute Director Lesley Voigt is in the latest edition of Innovation and Tech Today. Lesley was interviewed about the impact of digital badge credentialing on student opportunity. The story is on pages 114-116.

Published February 20, 2019.

Political Science instructor weighs in on primary

Political Science instructor Dr. Maurice Sheppard did a live studio interview with Channel 3, Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 6 a.m. Dr. Sheppard previewed the spring primary election, including the mayoral race. 

Published February 20, 2019.

Ken Walz interviewed by WiscNews

Dr. Ken Walz, director of the college’s Center for Renewable Energy Advanced Technological Education, was recently interviewed by WiscNews about the growth of the state’s solar industry. A new report says employment jumped 3 percent last year.

Published February 13, 2019.

Channel 15 interviewed instructor Tim Hoege

The college’s Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing program received more media coverage, Wednesday, Feb 15. Channel 15 stopped by and interviewed instructor Tim Hoege. The story is scheduled to air twice on, Tuesday, Feb. 19, once during the morning show and again at 6 p.m. Channel 3 and Spectrum TV News also recently did reports about the program. Channel 7 in Wausau also picked up the story. 

 

Published February 13, 2019.

Melissa Hayden shares Pet of the Week

Animal Care supervisor Melissa Hayden introduced the Pet of the Week on the Channel 15 morning show, Wednesday, Feb. 13. Teresa is a Chihuahua and Pomeranian mix available for adoption. If interested, call 608.246.6553.

 

Published February 13, 2019.

Madison College hosts spelling bee

Madison College hosted the All-City Spelling Bee, Saturday, Feb. 9. Forty-four public and private school students participated in the spelling bee, which was won by fifth-grader Maya Jadhav. Maya now advances to the state spelling bee, Wednesday, March 16, at Madison College. The story was featured in the Wisconsin State Journal.

Published February 13, 2019.

Capital City Hues posts story about solar panels

The Capital City Hues recently posted a story about the college’s rooftop solar energy installation — the largest in the state. Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes cut the ribbon for the grand opening celebration back on Jan. 16.

Published February 8, 2019.

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