May 15, 2018
VIDEO: Students from the College of Engineering & Design appeared on the May 14 television episode of The Daily Planet on Discovery Canada, demoing the capabilities of their robotic air hockey table created in JWU’s Innovation Lab. Tech correspondent Lucas Cochran also took part in the action and tested the skills of a robotic opponent.
Watch now (fast forward to the 13:30 minute mark).
The Society for Human Resource Management published a commentary by Roger Achille, professor in the College of Business, examining a recent employee discrimination claim related to inconsistently applied attendance rules. Read more.
Photos of the Week
The College of Engineering & Design hosted REVEAL on May 10 – its senior student showcase.
Tom Condron '88 recently returned to campus to craft a lavish feast for the Epicurean Scholarship Society, a membership-based group that supports culinary scholarships at the university. For students, the opportunity to learn and collaborate with a chef of Condron’s caliber and training was truly unique — and something they will not soon forget. Read more.
Lifestyle Medicine Symposium Offers Healthy Recipe to Healthcare Pros
Prevention is the best medicine. When healthy eating is part of everyday choices, individuals can prevent diseases such as inflammation, diabetes, and cancer from developing into medical issues that require treatment. Healthcare professionals know this, but few can prescribe the recipe to their patients.
That was the focus of the "Third Annual Lifestyle Medicine Symposium," held for the first time at Johnson & Wales University on April 26, 2018. Presented by the Women's Medicine Collaborative at Lifespan, the symposium offered members of the Rhode Island health care community a three-hour educational program with insight into Lifestyle Medicine.
Chef Todd Seyfarth, RD, CSSD, associate professor and department chair, College of Health & Wellness, was instrumental in bringing the symposium to campus, as part of JWU's ongoing effort to bridge its expertise in food and nutrition with medical programs. Read more.