Frank Marsaglia, professor, computer networking, was interviewed by the State Journal-Register May 15 on the recent global cyberattacks and how businesses and individuals can protect themselves.
Outstanding Graduates Catherine Wittler and Brandon Lewis were featured in this story in the State-Journal Register May 12.
Mark Hardiman, professor of theatre, along with a student actor, was interviewed on FOX-55’s Good Day Illinois May 11 regarding the upcoming production of “The Three Musketeers.”
Outstanding Graduates Catherine Wittler and Brandon Lewis were interviewed for a commencement story in the State Journal-Register set to run this Friday.
Nancy Sweet, director, culinary program and operations, penned this week’s SJ-R Epicuriosity 101 column with “Home meal kits are convenient, but try some upscale recipes on your own!”
Maryjane Million, enrollment operations coordinator, LLCC-Jacksonville, was interviewed Tuesday by WLDS radio about the 50th anniversary celebration being held Friday.
Scott Stallman, AVP, LLCC Outreach was interviewed Thursday, April 27 on the 96.3 WTIM Morning Talkshow. He discussed commencement, the FORWARD, summer and fall classes being offered at Taylorville, registration dates and filing the FAFSA.
Matt Shaver, professor of digital media, and LLCC students Ryan Shereda and Blaine Melton were interviewed April 27 by the SJ-R about video gaming and the Video Game Design Tournament. Professor Shaver and LLCC student Binh Nguyen were interviewed by WICS about the tournament and females in the gaming field.
Nancy Sweet, director, culinary operations and programs, was interviewed by the Sangamon County Farm Bureau recently on the trend toward more home cooking.
Wendy Howerter, Ed.D., associate vice president, academic services and Frank Marsaglia, professor computer of networking, were interviewed April 13 by WCIA-TV and the SJ-R regarding the National Science Foundation grant to develop a cybersecurity program.
Bill Bade, dean of math and sciences, wrote the essay, “Community college a great place to start a STEM career” for the State Journal-Register Our Towns page April 2.
A State Journal-Register story about the Grow Our Own program at Hanson Engineering and including information on the Open Door program, coordinated by Michael Phelon, was picked up by the Associated Press and ran in newspapers in Washington, D.C., Tampa/St. Petersburg, Miami, Seattle, Boston, St. Louis, Charlotte, Raleigh, Kansas City, Fresno, Wichita, Spokane, Columbia and Hilton Head Island, S.C., among other cities.
Shelby Bedford, program assistant, student success, was interviewed by WICS April 4 regarding the Day of Action runway show in observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Jay Kitterman, consultant, Culinary Institute, was interviewed by the State Journal-Register regarding the sale of Charlie Parker’s Diner.
Nancy Sweet, director of culinary programs and operations, penned today’s SJ-R Epicuriosity 101 article, “Hot sauces are hot right now.”
Marnie Record, workforce specialist, was the author of this week’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the SJ-R with “A land owner and food grower.”