Lesley Frederick, vice president, Student Services, was interviewed by WICS on the Illinois Veteran’s Grant and its cost to LLCC due to lack of funding from the state of Illinois.
NOTE: Due to an unfortunate camera angle taken by WICS, the three flagpoles in front of Menard look like one pole with the MIA flag on top. As we all know, there are three poles and our police department always follows proper flag etiquette.
Jim Ruppert, SJ-R sports editor, complimented the LLCC baseball fieldin the April 28 edition: “In my seemingly fruitless quest for the ultimate baseball park experience in Springfield, I have come upon what I have now deemed the best place for baseball in the city: Lincoln Land Community College’s Claude Kracik Field. The home of the Loggers has everything a local ballpark needs: the playing surface is well groomed and no longer holds water, the dugouts can accommodate both teams, there’s a place to park that’s safe, there’s a place to sit and watch, there’s a really good concession stand, there’s a terrific press box and the scenery is pretty nice too. They play good baseball at Kracik Field, too…”
The LLCC softball team was the subject of a profile on WICS and FOX 55 sports yesterday.
Judy Jozaitis, vice president, Workforce Development and Community Education, was interviewed by Sam Madonia on Sports Radio 1450 yesterday morning on Community Education, College for Kids and the Academy of Lifelong Learning.
Jessica Ingold, coordinator, youth services, was interviewed on WMAY this morning regarding College for Kids and Community Education.
Tisha Miller, operations analyst at LLCC Taylorville, Litchfield and Hillsboro, was interviewed yesterday on the “Ask a Professional” program on WTIM radio.
FOX 55 did three live remotes from LLCC yesterday morning for the Good Day program. They interviewed LLCC student Tucker Aumann about Google Glass, which he is beta testing.
The Green Celebration, featuring an unveiling of the new LEED Silver plaque in the Workforce Careers Center, was covered by WICS. Board Chair Justin Reichert was interviewed.
Tony Rothering, professor of biology, and students were photographed at the bird banding station yesterday. The photos appear on the City/State section cover of the State Journal-Register today.
On FOX-55 Good Day Thursday morning between 7-9, LLCC student Tucker Aumann will talk about his work as a beta tester for Google Glass. He was interviewed on campus April 22. Also commenting on the device were students Ashley Lawrence, Byron Lewis and Anthony Hagele. Reporter Michelle London will do live remotes from LLCC Thursday morning, introducing the segments involving Tucker.
Mary Beth Ray, director, Career Development Services, penned this essay, “The Importance of Confidence When Job Searching”for the State Journal Register Job Fair page April 21.
WAND-TV interviewed Julie Rourke, director of workforce development, on LLCC Earth Day activities yesterday.
Jessica Ingold, youth program coordinator, was a guest on WTAX yesterday discussing College for Kids and Community Education.
In honor of National Grilled Cheese Month, Nancy Sweet, culinary operations manager, prepared a grilled pimento cheese sandwich on the WICS Midday program April 21. Click HERE for the recipe!
Joanie Rogers, Foundation and alumni services coordinator, and honors student Tyler Mathews, were interviewed April 17 for an upcoming SJR article on the Be a Hero organ donation campaign.
Dr. Judy Jozaitis, vice president, Workforce Development and Community Education; and Kevin Lust, director, Illinois Small Business Development Center at LLCC, were interviewed on workforce and small business challenges and trends for a segment airing soon on WQNA Radio, the radio station of the Capital Area Career Center.
“Jazzin’ It Up with Jack and Friends,” a concert for special needs children organized by Jane Hartman and Jason Waddell, music faculty, was a rousing success Saturday morning, April 5. Children enjoyed performances by the LLCC Big Band and Stolen Moments, and played along using noisemakers and shakers. They also touched and played real band instruments at the instrument petting zoo. Jane and Jason were interviewed by the State Journal Register and SO magazine, and Robin Ackman of the Finance Department and family were pictured in this article that ran Sunday, April 6. Click HERE for a photo album from the event!
Becky Parton, associate dean, instructional technology and distance education, wrote this essay in the State Journal-Register Sunday, April 5, on LLCC online education.
The first annual Central Illinois Junior FIRST® LEGO® League Expo in Cass Gym Sunday, April 6, was covered by WICS and WAND TV. Jessica Ingold, youth programming coordinator, was interviewed. Click HERE for a photo album of the fun event!
Jay Kitterman, director, Culinary Institute, was interviewed by the State Journal Register a front page story April 7 on the growing popularity of restaurant food delivery services.
John Kidd, culinary specialist, was the featured chef on FOX-55’s Good Day program from 7 to 9 a.m., preparing several delicious dishes.
WICS was on campus April 1 for a profile of the LLCC softball team.
Jay Kitterman, director, Culinary Institute, was interviewed April 2 for an upcoming SJR story on the popularity of food delivery services.
Bob Howard, director, Truck Driver Training, and Leslie Johnson, director, LLCC-Litchfield, were interviewed April 2 on WSMI radio regarding the free training program for long-term unemployed and LLCC-Litchfield offerings.
The LLCC Softball Team is making a national splash with its #5 ranking, the highest ever for the LLCC team! REad more in this SJ-R article.
LLCC ag students Ashley Leer and Chelsea Coers were interviewed March 28 by WFMB-AM regarding the Farmer’s Share Luncheon, Agronomy Professor Bill Harmon and Ashley were interviewed by WICS-TV.