Colette D’Cruz-Endeley, professor of economics, was interviewed by WAND-TV Aug. 29 about why minimum wage was created and what an increase in the current minimum wage could mean for businesses and employees.
Mary Beth Ray, director, Career Development Services, was interviewed by the Springfield Business Journal for an article in the September edition on co-op education.
Lisa Collier, assistant vice president, Financial Aid, was interviewed by WICS Aug. 21 on financial aid options for students.
Brad Gentry, police chief, was interviewed by WICS Aug. 21 about a new policy regarding children on campus.
Jim Dietz, volleyball coach, takes the “Scholarly approach” to coaching, according to this article in the State Journal-Register Aug. 20.
Chef Denise Perry, instructor, Culinary Institute, recently trained Chatham School District cafeteria staff in healthy food preparation techniques in the Workforce Careers Center culinary kitchens, and was quote in this SJ-R story Aug. 17.
Eileen Tepatti, Ed.D., vice president of academic services, was the was the guest columnist for an article in Sunday’s issue of the SJ-R. Click on the article to read – Eileen Tepatti: Top five reasons why community colleges are the best choice
In Tuesday’s Voice section of the SJ-R, LLCC students Dustin Kistner and Brett Vincent, along with David Green, dean of business and technologies, were featured in an article about trade and technical careers. Read HERE.