Leslie Stalter, professor of art, was interviewed for an upcoming story on the Small World exhibit in the Trutter Center. Janet Semanik, development specialist and Thom Whalen, professor of art, were photographed yesterday for the story. Janet was interviewed previously for the story.
Nancy Sweet, director, culinary program and operations, was the featured author of today’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the State Journal-Register with “Heirloom tomatoes – “imperfect” but delicious!
Dave Pietrzak, program director, Aviation, was interviewed by the State Journal-Register for this Aug. 23 story on opportunities for LLCC aviation students at Standard Aero, which is under new ownership.
Frank Marsaglia, professor of computing networking, discussed cybersecurity in an interview on WMAY-AM Aug. 19.
Dave Green, dean of business and technologies; Brian Early, instructor of automotive technology; Bob Howard, director of truck driver training, and Mac Warren, assistant director of recruitment and response, were interviewed by WQLZ-FM during an Open House at the Workforce Careers Center Aug. 17.
Marnie Record, workforce specialist, is this week’s featured author of Epicuriosity 101 in the State Journal-Register with “Five Unusual Vegetables Not to Miss.“
Epicuriosity 101 Aug. 12 in the State Journal-Register was a Q and A on food websites, compiled by Nancy Sweet, director, culinary program and operations.
The effect of the state budget impasse on MAP grants is the subject of an upcoming story in the State Journal-Register. Lynn Whalen, executive director of PRM, was interviewed Aug. 12.
Lisa Collier, associate vice president, enrollment services, was interviewed by WICS-TV Aug. 6 about MAP grant funding.
Lorie McDonald, director, LLCC-Litchfield was interviewed on the WSMI-AM Wednesday Morning Talkshow Aug. 5 about fall course offerings and the registration and financial process for new, returning and continuing students.
Nancy Sweet, culinary operations manager, was the author of this week’s Epicuriosity column in the State Journal-Register. Read HERE.
Scott Stallman, Ph.D., associate vice president, LLCC outreach, wrote the LLCC essay in the Sunday, Aug. 2 State Journal Register entitled, “LLCC outreach centers: serving our students outside Springfield.”
Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., president, and Scott Stallman, associate vice president, LLCC outreach, were interviewed by WTIM/Taylorville Daily News about the newly renovated LLCC-Taylorville north building at the preview reception prior to the July 22 Board of Trustees meeting. Scott was also interviewed by the State Journal-Register July 23 about the renovation.
Bob Howard, director, Truck Driver Training program, was interviewed by WICS-TV July 22 regarding proposed legislation allowing truck drivers ages 18-21 to travel across state lines. Currently truck drivers must be over 21 to drive across state lines.