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.”
Theatre Professor Mark Hardiman and LLCC students made appearances in a short film by Springfield artists. The film, “Sarah,” Hardiman plays the role of a professor in the film, while LLCC students Cambry Bennett, Katelyn Berns, Bryce Robertson, Allen Schmitz, Emily Slightom and Yin Yan appear as extras. One scene was filmed in a classroom here at LLCC. Read more about the film HERE. View the film on YouTube.
Jolene Adams, Culinary Institute coordinator, is the author of today’s SJ-R Epicuriosity 101 column with “Coffee Dishes Beyond the Drink.”
Jamie Stout, director, Community Education was interviewed March 17 by WTIM radio about the College for Kids program.
Judy Jozaitis, Ed.D, vice president of workforce development, and Julie Rourke, director of workforce development, were interviewed March 17 by the Springfield Business Journal about the renewable energies field.
Jane Hartman, music professor, and Jason Waddell, associate music professor, were interviewed Thursday, March 9 on Good Day Illinois about LLCC’s Recital Series and the music program.
Nancy Sweet, director, culinary programs and operations at LLCC, authored last week’s SJ-R Epicuriosity 101 article with “Don’t hesitate to cook fish at home.”
Today’s Epicuriosity 101 article, written by Jay Kitterman, consultant, Culinary Institute, celebrates foods that were popular 50 years ago when LLCC was founded. Read more: “Celebrating LLCC’s 50th anniversary with foods from 1967.”
Emmi Fisher, an LLCC student and student worker in the LLCC Green Center, was the author of today’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the SJ-R with “WWOOFING: A farm vacation experience.”
Chris McDonald, professor of political science, was interviewed by WGEM-TV in a story, “Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County remembers WWI.”
Katie Eilers, director of financial aid, gave tips for avoiding student loan debt in an interview with the Jacksonville Journal-Courier Feb. 27.
Dee Krueger, director, LLCC-Taylorville was interviewed Feb. 23 on WTIM Morning Talk Show about summer class offerings at LLCC-T, the advantages of taking summer classes, applying for LLCC Foundation scholarships, new student orientation and upcoming events.