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January 30, 2019

What do you LOVE about JWU? Submit your answer to This Week at JWU editor Lauren Tkacs by February 8 to be included in the February 12 issue. Photos to accompany your response are welcome.

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Recipes

As part of a multi-year partnership with TD Garden and the Boston Bruins, JWU culinary arts students have created four menu items for the patrons of Legends, the members-only restaurant and bar. Download the four recipes, and make them at home.


  • CBS News correspondent Mo Rocca and the CBS News crew from New York City visited campus on Friday, January 25, as part of a profile about Rhode Island for an upcoming Super Bowl story.

    Filming took place at Harborside Campus in the Cuisinart Center of Culinary Excellence during College of Culinary Arts Associate Instructor Mark Soliday’s specialty cakes class, Instructor Matt Britt’s cooking in the global marketplace class, and Instructor Juergen Knorr’s craft of garde manger class. JWU was one of many stops along Rocca’s travels in the state. He made visits to the Big Blue Bug, The Providence Journal and the White Horse Tavern, among others.

    The segment is scheduled to air this Thursday morning (January 31) on CBS This Morning. Be sure to set your DVR!


Photos of the Week

On January 28, Kara Zanni '10, Hubert Klein '86, Nakesha Wilson '14, Rachel Davies '17, Keiko Carberry '14 and Henry Lewandowski '96, '98 MBA, returned to campus to share knowledge and expertise with College of Business students for the Alumni Leaders On Campus program.

JWU students interested in hearing about the day-to-day life of an ambassador got a firsthand account during a wide-ranging talk by the former U.S. Ambassador to Malta, Joseph Paolino Jr on January 15. The talk was organized as part of John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences’ Assistant Professor Kevin DeJesus’ Political Science course, “Contemporary Dynamics of Diplomacy and Statecraft.”
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Campus Announcement

Installing New Automated Building Access Control System

The installation phase of a new automated building access control system on the Providence Campus began this week and will continue for the next few months. This project is critical to protecting our campus infrastructure by providing building access only to members of the JWU community using their JWU ID. Your existing JWU ID has been programmed to work in the new system.

The goal is to complete the work with as little disruption as possible. We appreciate your patience as this important equipment vastly contributes to the security of our campus.

For questions about this project, please contact Director LeRoy V. Rose Jr at 401-598-2946 or lrosejr@jwu.edu. For routine building access control issues email accesscontrol.pvd@jwu.edu or call Campus Safety & Security at 401-598-1103.


Eat Healthy

Looking for a healthy twist on a classic dish or something you haven't tried before?

Find what you're looking for in JWU’s library of recipes.

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