July 24, 2019
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JWU’s Victoria De Los Santos ’20 and Christine Zonfrilli, bakery commissary supervisor, created a recipe using Bigelow Tea for Cindi Bigelow’s visit in May.
Bigelow Tea published the recipe for Cinnamon and Blackberry Herbal Tea Panna Cotta on their website.
Todd Seyfarth, '01, RD, CSSD, associate professor and department chair, Nutrition and Applied Dietetics, knows that simple, yet flavorful alternatives can make that burger on a grill a healthier option. It is as easy as adding a puree of onions and mushrooms or replacing some meat with cooked cracked bulgur wheat. Read his tips in Consumer Reports.
If you are in a pickle trying to figure out the difference between foods that are fermented or pickled, Michael Makuch, associate professor and director of JWU's Ecolab Center for Culinary Science, alleviates some of the confusion in a recent Chowhound article. Read now.
FaceApp, a popular new app designed to age photos of users, is sparking security concerns due to the irrevocable permissions granted to the company by the user terms and conditions. Nicholas Tella, director of information security and adjunct professor in the College of Engineering & Design discussed these concerns and the recourse available to users with WPRI 12 Consumer Investigator Susan Campbell. Watch now.
JWU's Daylan Torres ’20 was featured in the July 14 issue of his hometown newspaper, The Herald News. Longtime food/lifestyle writer Linda Murphy brings him to life for her readers and shares the significance of the upcoming WorldSkills competition. Read, “Diman grad Daylan Torres showing off baking skills around the globe.”
Kevin DeJesus, Ph.D., assistant professor in the John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences, joined Steve Klamkin on his Saturday morning radio show to review the escalating tensions in the Persian Gulf.
With a rising number of tech-savvy tipping tools and calculators in recent years, there has been growing complexity and confusion associated with tipping. College of Hospitality Management professors Paul Bagdan and Brian Warrener explain when to tip or not, how much, to whom and why in US News & World Report’s “Tipping Etiquette: The Ultimate Guide to Tipping.”
ABC6 included news of JWU Wrestling Head Coach Lonnie Morris' induction into the National Wrestling Coaches Association Division III Hall of Fame. Watch now.
Student Early Arrival Requests
If you have student leaders or student employees that are required to return to campus prior to September 7 (move-in day), please email email@example.com for an Early Arrival Request Form. Requests must be received two weeks prior to the student’s arrival date.
Please note: only those students that have a fall on-campus housing assignments are eligible for early arrival. The transition from summer to fall housing will take place on August 27 between noon and 5pm. Please schedule accordingly to allow students the opportunity to move in. Students required to be on campus prior to August 27 will reside in temporary housing. Remind your students that meal plans are not available through Residential Life for early arrivals. Please contact Kelley Martin, associate director of student housing operations, at 598-4821 with questions.
Fire Extinguisher Inspections
Consistent with NFPA regulatory requirements, Facilities Management, along with Prescott Peirce Co., will be performing annual fire extinguisher inspections on the Harborside and Downcity campuses now through August 30. If you have any questions, please call Andre Vafiadis of Facilities on his cell phone at 401-741-3287.
Walnut Crusted Salmon with Orange Avocado Salsa
By: Jonathan Poyourow '03, RD, LD, CSCS, assistant professor, College of Culinary Arts
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