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June 19, 2018

During the summer, This Week at JWU publishes limited content. Please continue to submit your announcements, and thank you for reading. 


Campus Announcements

REMINDER: Semester Transition Town Hall Meetings This Thursday, June 21

Starting this August, Johnson & Wales University’s graduate programs, with the exception of master’s level education programs, will transition to a semester calendar. While the conversion to semesters for all undergraduate and master’s level education programs will not take effect until the fall of 2020, many current and prospective students are asking questions about these changes. It is important for all members of the university community to be aware of this transition and answer our students’ questions or guide them to the appropriate information.

Both meetings will take place on Thursday, June 21.

Downcity Campus - 10 am
Presentation Room (first floor), John J. Bowen Center for Science and Innovation

Harborside Campus - 1 pm
Wildcat Lounge (second floor), Wildcat Center

Read more and get town hall meeting details in this recent memo arfzavdaxsent by Vice Provost Billye Auclair, PhD.

Downcity Campus Bookstore Temporarily Closed in Preparation for Move

The Downcity Campus bookstore is is in the process of moving to its new location—lower level of the John Hazen White Center (near Marketplace). Update: The store is expected to re-open in its new location early next week (week of June 25). 

Pat Raiola, store manager, and Patty Durant, assistant store manager, will be available during this transition. The store phone number will remain the same (401-598-1105) or you can email them.

The bookstore computer systems will be down for a few days during the move, but Pat and Patty will respond to all messages as soon as possible. If there is something urgent and you are unable to get in touch with them directly, please contact Molly Peabody, store manager of the Harborside Campus bookstore, at 401-598-1445.


Photos of the Week

Now in its 6th year hosted at JWU's College of Culinary Arts, the Honey Baking Summit brought together bakers from all over the US to learn about and bake with honey. Sponsored by the National Honey Board, the event included breakout sessions that delved into consumer trends in honey, honey history — and even an apiary tour.

Director of culinary operations and on-campus bee expert Matt Tetzner led the Honey Summit attendees on a buzzworthy tour of JWU's small but mighty apiary, which is overseen by the student group Bee the Change during the academic year. 

Read more in this Culinary Now blog.


Eat Healthy

Don't Stop Changing

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Chef Jonathan Poyourow, assistant professor, continues changing the way the world eats. Every Tuesday and Thursday, NBC10 posts never-before-seen segments on its website. Recently, NBC10 anchor Alison Bologna joined the chef for an innovative take on mushrooms (one of his faves).

Watch them prepare Mushroom Shawarma with Hummus and be sure to visit jwu.edu/eat-healthy for new recipes posted every week.

@JWU Providence