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Students learn about turning experiences into success
“On your journey to greatness, you are going to stumble,” Zina Haywood, Gateway Executive Vice President/Provost, told those gathered for the recent Student Leadership Conference. “Be around and network with other leaders. The conference theme, ‘I’m Possible’ is about reflecting on where you... Read More
WebAdvisor is the best way to register
Fall semester continuing student registration began April 7. Check WebAdvisor to see what day you are able to register. WebAdvisor is the best way to register for your classes with no lines, immediate information on what classes are available and the ability to register and print your schedule.... Read More
With the weather warming up just a little at a time it reminded me just how nice just a degree or two more can feel. The same can be said for you, our Gateway students. Soon hundreds of new graduates will participate in commencement. They all have changed their lives by earning a degree. I am... Read More
Gateway Technical College Interior Design student Lisa Damm took first place in the residential design category at the Wisconsin Technical College System Interior Design Competition held recently in Madison.
Other Gateway students took home honors from the event, as well. Sarah Olson... Read More
Gateway Technical College President Bryan Albrecht is a contributing author to a book which was recently released nationally and focused on the employer-driven partnerships demanded by 21st Century science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and workforce development.
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Documentary highlights nine girls’ struggles, successes
March was Women’s History Month and Gateway marked the occasion by showing the film “Girl Rising.” This documentary follows the lives of nine girls throughout the world who are striving beyond circumstance to get themselves out of poverty. The film shows that educating girls in the developing... Read More
Gateway and the University of Wisconsin-Parkside renewed their longstanding promise to move Forward Together by signing a transfer agreement that extends the current 16 agreements in a number of programs to now include Information Technology programs.
The five new agreements between... Read More
More students realizing benefits of joining a club
Student Life staffers Trina Muscarella and Lindsey Mizak, along with students Sherry Bigalke, Mary Gonzalez and Jacquita Hughes gave some impressive numbers at a recent United Student Government meeting.
The 2014-2015 academic year boasted 740 club members, which is up from 458 members in... Read More
Gateway students and staff were in the state capitol building recently for the Wisconsin Technical College Student Showcase. From left are student Juan Salazar, Trina Muscarella (Student Life Coordinator), Anthony First (Veterans Support Specialist) and student Michael Peterson. The event informed legislators, their staff, and visitors about the technical college system and its programs.
Free Google Portfolio offers ways to store, share information
Portfolios are a great way to show prospective employers your skills and abilities. With online portfolios becoming increasingly popular, Gateway is now offering Google Portfolio to students for free. Google Portfolio is an electronic portfolio instead of a traditional paper portfolio.
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Transfer Fair highlights opportunities for Gateway students
Students considering furthering their education at a four-year college or university had the opportunity to meet with representatives from more than 20 colleges at the Transfer Fair in March. Some of the colleges represented were Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, Marquette University,... Read More
Cutlery demo provides tips for students, pros alike
As part of the Demonstration Cooking Series, Gateway presented the Fein Brothers Dexter Cutlery Demonstration on March 27 in the Demonstration Kitchen on the Racine Campus. Attendees learned about the different cutlery Dexter offers, proper sharpening techniques and matching the right cutlery... Read More
Pioneering mountain climber provides inspiration for students
As part of Women’s History Month, Gateway presented “Climbing Beyond Our Limits.” Speaker Lori Schneider gave a presentation about her experiences climbing mountains on all seven continents, including Mount Everest. Her message is one of hope, inspiration and self-empowerment.
Born in... Read More