In the news

Jamie Stout, director, Community Education was interviewed March 17 by WTIM radio about the College for Kids program.

Judy Jozaitis, Ed.D, vice president of workforce development, and Julie Rourke, director of workforce development, were interviewed March 17 by the Springfield Business Journal about the renewable energies field.

In the news

Jane Hartman, music professor, and Jason Waddell, associate music professor, were interviewed Thursday, March 9 on Good Day Illinois about LLCC’s Recital Series and the music program.

Nancy Sweet, director, culinary programs and operations at LLCC, authored last week’s SJ-R Epicuriosity 101 article with “Don’t hesitate to cook fish at home.”

Today’s Epicuriosity 101 article, written by Jay Kitterman, consultant, Culinary Institute, celebrates foods that were popular 50 years ago when LLCC was founded. Read more: “Celebrating LLCC’s 50th anniversary with foods from 1967.”

Epicuriosity 101 – WWOOFING: A farm vacation experience

Emmi Fisher, an LLCC student and student worker in the LLCC Green Center, was the author of today’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the SJ-R with “WWOOFING: A farm vacation experience.”

In the news

Chris McDonald, professor of political science, was interviewed by WGEM-TV in a story, “Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County remembers WWI.”

Katie Eilers, director of financial aid, gave tips for avoiding student loan debt in an interview with the Jacksonville Journal-Courier Feb. 27.

Dee Krueger, director, LLCC-Taylorville was interviewed Feb. 23 on WTIM Morning Talk Show about summer class offerings at LLCC-T, the advantages of taking summer classes, applying for LLCC Foundation scholarships, new student orientation and upcoming events.

In the news

Jamie Stout, director of Community Education, was interviewed Feb. 23 regarding the Academy of  Lifelong Learning and their upcoming Winter Celebration. Listen to the interview HERE

In the news

The State Journal-Register interviewed Betty Kyger Workman, author of the new book “50 Forward! The First 50 Years of Lincoln Land Community College” for this story on the Founders’ Day Celebration Feb. 18. The book will first be available at that event.  Lynn Whalen, executive director, PRM, also contributed to the story.

Dr. Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., LLCC president, wrote this essay, “50 Forward,” for the State Journal-Register “Our Towns” page Feb. 5.

LLCC received a “thumbs up” from the State Journal-Register for again hosting a wide array of programs for African American History Month.