Want to know the best way to cook an Easter ham? Is it OK to heat extra virgin olive oil? Why did my yeast rolls fail to rise? What is an easy and delicious butter cookie recipe?
If you have cooking and baking questions, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Epicuriosity 101 is a new column written by LLCC’s Nancy Sweet, Marnie Record and Jay Kitterman for the State Journal-Register food page. Every fourth week they will answer questions that are emailed to that address. It’s a great opportunity to learn and improve your skills in the kitchen! Watch for their column every Wednesday in the SJ-R.
The next meeting of the A-Team, the Autism and Asperger’s awareness and support group, will be on Thursday, April 2, at 12 noon in MNRD 1179. All are welcome
Kevin Lust, director, Illinois Small Business Development Center at LLCC, is quoted in the April 2015 edition of Entrepreneur magazine article “Interview Chops: What three questions should I ask every job candidate?”
We extend our sincere sympathy to Karen Riddell, program assistant, Adult Education and Literacy, whose son, Larry Reavis, passed away on Sunday, March 29.
Visitation is at the Staab Funeral Home in Springfield on Wednesday, April 1, from 4-7 p.m., with funeral services there on Thursday at 10 a.m.
LLCC is hosting Transfer Fairs this Tuesday, March 31 and Thursday, April 2 for students interested in transferring to four-year institutions after completing their associate degrees at LLCC. Both fairs are being held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in A. Lincoln Commons. The public is invited.
The first Transfer Fair on Tuesday features representatives from Illinois public colleges and universities, including Eastern Illinois University, Illinois State University, Northern Illinois University, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, University of Illinois-Chicago, University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign, University of Illinois-Springfield and Western Illinois University.
The second Transfer Fair Thursday and includes representatives of private four-year institutions, including Benedictine University, Blackburn College, Bradley University, Columbia College Chicago, Concordia University, Greenville College, Illinois College, Judson University, Knox College, Lakeview College of Nursing, Lincoln Christian University, Lincoln College (Normal), MacMurray College, McKendree University, Millikin University, Monmouth College, Olivet Nazarene University, Quincy University and Robert Morris University.
More information is available from Richard Hayes, email@example.com, in Advising and Counseling.
The UIS Visual Arts Gallery presents BIO-fied, a group exhibition examining various perspectives on the subject of genetic engineering. The exhibition will open on Monday, March 30 and run through Thursday, April 16. An opening reception for the exhibit will take place on Thursday, April 2 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. in the Visual Arts Gallery. This event is free and open to the public.
While genetic engineering has existed in some form or another since the early 70s, it has recently become widely known as a hotly debated social issue. The science that creates genetically modified organisms has been touted as revolutionary, and our ability to manipulate nature at its very core has led to innovations in crop resistance and food sustainability. BIO-fied artists will consider the social, cultural, economic, and personal ramifications of the manipulation of an organism’s genome through the use of biotechnology. Each artist has the freedom to render the theme as they individually interpret or respond to it.
Exhibiting artists include: Laura Anderson, Denise Blakeman, Adam Dupuis, Amanda Greive, Shane Harris, Mike Miller, Leslie Stalter, Kevin Veara
and Thom Whalen.
Outstanding Graduate nomination applications are due to the office of Vice President of Student Services. Refer to article posted March 25 for more information.
Springfield Mayoral Forum, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Trutter Center. Public invited.
Copies of the 2015 Summer/Fall FORWARD have been delivered to campus. Faculty and staff can pick up copies in the lower level of Menard Hall by the stairwell closest to employee mailboxes. FORWARDS will be delivered to the education service areas. A digital copy of FORWARD is available on the college’s website.
The Human Resources office is currently advertising for the position of police officer. Complete information on this position can be found on the HR Portal.