Media Watch

Cap Times reports on donations to South Campus, scholarships

More good news for Madison College’s new South Campus. The Evjue Foundation has donated $100,000 toward the project. The Foundation is also providing $50,000 for student scholarships at the college. The donations story was included in the May 23 Cap Times.

Published May 23, 2018.

Zarrinnam interviewed by Emsi

Ali Zarrinnam, director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness, was interviewed by Emsi, a labor market analytics firm, for a story about the college’s data-driven South Campus Initiative.

Published May 23, 2018.

Comeau comments in Education Week

Juanita Comeau, director of College and Career Transitions, was interviewed by Education Week for a story about a new way for students to learn math.
 

Published May 23, 2018.

Wisconsin State Journal interviews Gray

Angie Gray, director of the Clinical Ophthalmic Assistant program, did an interview with the Wisconsin State Journal for its “Shifting Careers” series, which takes a closer look at occupations with good job prospects for those considering a career change. The story is expected to be published next month.

Published May 23, 2018.

Kahn will appear on radio show Friday

Chef Brad Kahn is doing a live studio interview with Wisconsin Public Radio from 6-7 a.m. Friday on grilling and barbecuing tips.

Published May 23, 2018.

Pearson interviewed by DeForest Times-Tribune

Madison College instructor Emmalee Pearson of Windsor was interviewed by the DeForest Times-Tribune about her Bucky on Parade public art piece. Her Bucky, titled “Grow,” can be seen at Olbrich Gardens in Madison.

Published May 18, 2018.

Fountain Prairie Farm featured in Cap Times story

The Cap Times has a story about the college’s new partnership with the Fountain Prairie Farm in Fall River. The farm will become a new outdoor classroom for Madison College students looking to study soil, plants, compost, feed and the animals themselves. Chef Paul Short and agriculture instructor Randy Zogbaum are featured in the photos.

 

 

Published May 18, 2018.

Chef Paul Short interviewed

Chef Paul Short, culinary program director at Madison College, is among the local butchers, farmers and chefs interviewed in a Cap Times  cover story about farm-raised meats. Short was asked about his favorite cuts of meat.

Published May 18, 2018.

Cap Times spotlights Stearn

The Cap Times also just posted a feature story about  Kia Stearn, who formed the nonprofit group Positive Women for Change. Kia earned a certificate in nonprofit management from Madison College.

Published May 18, 2018.

Portage newspaper reports on mom, son earning HSEDs

The Portage Daily Register has an article about a mom and son team who are earning their HSEDs together at Madison College. Once they receive their diplomas, mom intends to enroll in the college’s optometric technician program and her son in the veterinary technician program. Learning Center Coordinator Karen Wilson was also interviewed for the story.

Published May 18, 2018.

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