August 7, 2019
Photos of the Week
The first two sessions of Chef's Choice summer culinary camps brought both kids and teens to the JWU Providence Campus to sharpen their cooking skills, explore global cuisines and cook and bake like a pro. The third and final session is taking place this week, August 5-9.
Human Resources & Payroll’s inaugural Lunch & Learn session was a hit! Held on July 30 in the Pimentel Board Room, staff from around the university came together to meet new people, enjoy lunch, and learn about two of JWU’s many available resources: Lynda.com and the Coastline Employee Assistance Program. See Working at JWU for details about the next topic.
The countdown is on to Kazan, Russia. That's where the 45th International WorldSkills Competition takes place beginning August 22. JWU student Daylan Torres ’20 is pumped to represent the U.S. in the bakery competition. He was the lead story in the recent Providence Journal Food Notes column.
We've all tried to stretch a meal, especially hamburgers at this time of year. Same with the tips that Todd Seyfarth '01, RD, CSSD, associate professor and department chair, Nutrition and Applied Dietetics, has for making those burgers healthier. KOMONews of Seattle tracked him down. Read the companion blog and take a listen to the interview.
WTOP radio, Washington, DC, came across recent interviews in US News & World Report with College of Hospitality Management Professors Paul Bagdan and Brian Warrener, who have become the go-to experts for anything related to tipping in the service industry. Noting DoorDash's controversial tipping policy, WTOP wanted answers for its listeners. Take a listen to Bagdan's interview and read WTOP's companion website story.
The Culinary Museum, a resource for the JWU community, is also a goldmine for writers, researchers, historians, and foodies. Shana Klein, assistant professor, Kent State University, has published an article about the groundbreaking canning machine known as the Ginaca that profoundly advanced the pineapple canning process. She includes an image of a 1928 Dole Hawaiian Pineapple Company advertisement obtained from the museum. See the nearly 90-year-old ad in Food, Fatness and Fitness.
State of the Campus Address with Providence Campus President Marie Bernardo-Sousa, LP.D. ’92
Staff: Friday, August 16
9:30 a.m. – Downcity Campus: Schneider Auditorium
11:30 a.m. – Harborside Campus: Wildcat Center Lounge
Faculty: Tuesday, September 3
9 a.m. – Schneider Auditorium (Faculty Welcome)
Vice Chancellor of Finance & Administration
In a memo from Chancellor Mim Runey, LP.D., Joseph J. Greene ’89, ’98 M.S., CPA, was announced as the university’s vice chancellor of finance & administration. In addition, Danielle Santamaria ’06, ’13 MBA, CPA, has been appointed vice president of finance, and Michele von Hein, CPA, has moved into Danielle’s former position as director of financial planning and analysis.
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.
Eat Healthy Recipe
Pistachio Ice Cream
By: Jonathan Poyourow '03, RD, LD, CSCS, assistant professor, College of Culinary Arts
Looking for something else? Check out JWU’s Changing the Way the World Eats library of recipes.
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