In the news

David Bowman, workforce development program coordinator, was interviewed on Friday, Aug. 9 by Adam Rife on “Good Morning Illinois” to discuss the agriculture watershed management and horticulture credit courses offered at no cost this fall.

In the news

Samantha Reif, associate professor, geology, was interviewed on the upcoming eclipse by WTIM radio in Taylorville Aug. 15 and an article published on TaylorvilleDailyNews.com. She was also interviewed by WLDS radio in Jacksonville Aug. 16 and will be interviewed today (Aug. 17) by the State Journal-Register for its news blog. Be sure to follow her Facebook live reports Monday from Carbondale on the LLCC Facebook page!

Maryjane Million, enrollment operations coordinator, LLCC Jacksonville and Beardstown, was interviewed by WJIL in Jacksonville Aug. 16 on fall enrollment.

In the news

David Bowman, workforce development program coordinator, was interviewed on Wednesday, Aug. 9 by WAND TV to discuss the agriculture watershed management and horticulture credit courses offered at no cost this fall.

In the news

Jolene Adams, coordinator, LLCC Culinary Institute, wrote this week’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the State Journal-Register, “Simple summer snacks.”

Mac Warren, assistant director, recruitment and response, was interviewed via Facebook live on WQLZ radio and Lynn Whalen, executive director, public relations and marketing, did a Facebook live interview on WNNS radio yesterday morning, on fall registration and programs offered at LLCC.

 

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David Bowman, workforce development program coordinator, was interviewed on Monday, Aug. 7 by Rita Frazier of RFD Illinois Radio Network to discuss the agriculture watershed management and horticulture credit courses offered at no cost this fall. SaukValley.com also mentioned the availability of these courses in its article, “Free agriculture class in Springfield.”

Marnie Record, workforce specialist, was quoted in the article, “Teens get business experience running food stand,” which was recently picked up nationally and published in papers across the country, including in Alabama, Connecticut, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and Wisconsin.

 

In the news

David Bowman, workforce development program coordinator, was interviewed on Tuesday, Aug. 1 by WLDS radio to discuss agriculture watershed management and horticulture credit courses offered at no cost this fall.

Jay Kitterman, consultant, LLCC Culinary Institute, wrote this week’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the State Journal-Register, “Vegetarians and healthy eaters love Food Fantasies.”

The Academy of Lifelong Learning is featured in a regular column in the local Senior News and Times quarterly publication. The current edition’s column is titled “Can we live in the past?” and written by Judy Kohlrus and Tom Bolinger, ALL membership co-chairs.

In the news

Matthew Shaver, professor of digital media, and LLCC’s computer gaming program are featured in the story “Video game program turns a hobby into a career,” in this month’s Springfield Business Journal.

Kevin Lust, director, Illinois Small Business Development Center at LLCC, is quoted in the cover story, “A tale of pluck,” in this month’s Springfield Business Journal. Kevin and the ISBDC provided assistance to develop a business plan for Barnabus Helmy’s invention, “Puck,” which allows smartphone control of any TV, speaker or other machine which accepts an infrared signal.

Darrell Fortrae, who teaches community-based cybersecurity seminars at LLCC’s Capital City Training Center, shares seven cybersecurity recommendation for small businesses in this month’s Springfield Business Journal.