New bachelor's degree program aids tech college students
August 26, 2015
A completion degree offered by six UW Colleges delivers education to adult students where they live and work. Students with an applied associate’s degree from Mid-State Technical College or Northcentral Technical College can transfer up to 60 credits into the program.
Jane Scheurmann, science instructor, and Gail Kinney, who teaches courses in alcohol and other drug abuse counseling, received the 2015 Roy and Jan Fuerstenberg Teaching Excellence Awards at Chippewa Valley Technical College recently.
MATC to provide training at Franklin Business Park
August 25, 2015
Milwaukee Area Technical College is teaming up with businesses in the Franklin Business Park to offer onsite employee training. The Franklin Business Consortium is working on the details of the arrangement and hopes classes will start in late 2015 or early 2016.
Companies using International Organization for Standardization (ISO) will want to learn about the major revision in ISO 9001. Lakeshore Technical College is offering early update sessions beginning Sept. 11.
U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin held a discussion on student loan debt at Chippewa Valley Technical College yesterday. Students, graduates and educators joined the conversation on the cost of higher education and how to pay for it.
Job openings outnumber graduates in Urban Forestry
August 18, 2015
Students at Mid-State Technical College showed off their urban forestry skills Monday for the USDA deputy undersecretary for natural resources and environment. There is high demand for people with these skills.
Madison College breaks ground on new training center
August 17, 2015
Madison College began a $15.6 million building project at the Truax Campus. The new facility will house the culinary arts and baking programs. The project also includes renovation of the main building of the campus.
Women entrepreneurs welcome at WCTC Small Business Center
August 17, 2015
Waukesha County Technical College will present a speaker series for women entrepreneurs beginning Sept. 2 at the Richard T. Anderson Education Center. The first topic is "Entrepreneurial Effectiveness: Tips for Getting Organized."