Julie Rourke, director, workforce development, was interviewed by the SJ-R for this story, Springfield Scene magazine, and Sustainable Springfield regarding a partnership between LLCC’s Workforce Division and Maldaner’s Restaurant for rooftop solar panels that will help power the restaurant and provide a learning environment for LLCC renewable energy students.
Marnie Record, workforce specialist, was interviewed for a story in the national publication, “College Planning & Management.” The article is entitled “.”
The Haunted Lab presented by the Chemistry and Environmental Clubs Oct. 30 made the front page of the SJ-R along with a story on WICS.Jennifer Ramm, professor of chemistry, and several LLCC students were interviewed. Click HERE to view photos from the event.
Congressman Rodney Davis visited campus Thurs., Oct. 31 to tour the Workforce Careers Center. He and President Charlotte Warren were interviewed by the State Journal-Register and WICS. Click HERE for photos from the event.
Carl Jones, instructional media specialist at LLCC and a paranormal expert was interviewed recently by WUIS about the paranormal and the Community Education paranormal classes he teaches at LLCC. Click HERE to listen to the interview.
Linda Chriswell, special needs professional, and Maryjane Million, operations analyst, LLCC-Jacksonville/Beardstown, were quoted in this article in the Jacksonville Journal-Courier Oct. 25 about the “Fall Festival Celebrating Exceptional People” held at LLCC-Jacksonville Oct. 24. A unique class project gave residents of two group homes a chance to enjoy pumpkin decorating, face painting, balloon animals, games. The event was planned and hosted by LLCC students as part of their “exceptional child” education coursework.
Scott Stallman, executive director, LLCC-Taylorville/Litchfield/Hillsboro, was interviewed Oct. 25 for an article in the Taylorville Breeze-Courier regarding an upcoming construction project at LLCC-Taylorville, pending ICCB approval, along with enrollment increases in that education service area.
Bill Harmon, professor of agronomy, and two LLCC ag students were interviewed Oct. 25 by Sports Radio 1450 while in Bloomington for the Illinois Post-secondary Agriculture Student (PAS) Fall Conference. LLCC had 15 students competing in seven different areas.
Four LLCC students were featured in this inspiring story by SJR’s Dave Bakke Oct. 25. Cancer brought them together as their friendship has grown.
The Culinary Institute’s Bistro Verde dinners were featured in the SJ-R food page Oct. 23. Jay Kitterman, director, along with a number of students, the chef and diners, were interviewed. The next Bistro Verde dinner is Oct. 26 with a Halloween theme. Call 6.2432 to make a reservation.
Karen Sanders, executive director, LLCC Foundation; and Greg Lutchka, board chair, LLCC Foundation, were guest on the WICS program “Sunrise” Oct. 18 discussing the Grow Beyond endowment campaign.
The SJ-R food page Oct. 23 will feature the Oct. 17 Bistro Verde Dinner featuring Chef Jordan Coffey of American Harvest restaurant. Jay Kitterman was interviewed for the article along with the chef, students and others.
LLCC was In the (TV) News three times Oct. 16! WICS did a story on the Rochester 6th graders’ visit to LLCC and tour of the Workforce Careers Center. Lynn Whalen, executive director, PRM, was interviewed, along with the Rochester Intermediate School principal and a student. WICS also did a profile of the LLCC Volleyball team and interviewed Coach Jim Dietz and player Samantha Voils. And, WAND TV was on campus interviewing students about the government shutdown. Featured in the story were students Donald Klump, T.J. Wooford and Chadwick Taylor.
Steve Bryant, workforce specialist, was interviewed for an Oct. 18 article in the Litchfield News Herald about the free weatherization training program being offered at LLCC-Litchfield.
KISS-FM’s Bondsy was on campus during Campus Visit Day and interviewed Dr. Charlotte Warren, president; Mary Beth Ray, director, Career Development Services; Chris Barry, director, retention and student success; Laurie Rhodes, director, Child Development Center; Garrett Belville, student trustee; Lynn Whalen, executive director, public relations and marketing.