Pie à la Madison event debuts at Madison College, raises money for student scholarships
The first-ever Pie à la Madison event is Sunday, March 3 at Madison College with local bakeries offering sweet samples. The Madison College and Wisconsin Bakers Association (WBA) event will help raise scholarship funds for students in Madison College Baking & Decorative Arts Program, and benefit the Wisconsin Bakers Association, and Wisconsin Bakers Foundation.
John Nichols, national correspondent for The Nation and associate editor of the Capital Times, will speaking on, "Watchdogs: The Role of Political Commentary in Our Democracy," as part of the Writer's Life Lecture Series.
Scholars of Promise (SoP) will host its SoP Apply Day event on Tuesday, March 5 from 5-8 p.m. at the Goodman South Campus to help students with tuition assistance. The Scholars of Promise program provides low-income, graduating high school seniors an opportunity to access a college education without worrying about how to pay for it.
Madison College atmospheric science instructor Matthew Lazzara collaborated with global colleagues to analyze record-shattering temps in the interior of Antarctica. The findings were published in the American Meteorological Society’s Journal of Climate on Jan. 9, 2024.