July 10, 2018

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

JWU Newsmakers

  • Javier Montañez ’11, who now serves as principal of Leviton Dual Language School in Providence, was recognized by NBC 10 for his leadership. Watch nowurvuqsvawqscbuaqvvyawbqttzxezfbcbdr.

  • Nicholas Tella, director of information security, was interviewed by ABC 6 reporter Melissa Randall about the privacy risks users encounter when searching for illnesses and symptoms online. Watch now.

  • Providence Business News published a five questions interview with Oscar Chilabato covering his recent recognition by the American Advertising Federation, the success of JWU’s advertising program and its students. Read more.

  • The June 30 edition of The Providence Journal featured a profile of Officer Giana Valletta ’13, who is now serving in the Providence Police Department: Eye-opening ride with one of the city's finest. She is a graduate of the John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences criminal justice program.

How Sustainable is Aqua-Culture: Symposium dives for answers
Barton Seaver, chef and author of seven books including "American Seafood: Heritage, Culture & Cookery From Sea to Shining Sea," knows that seafood matters. He says, "Seafood is part of the 'what's for dinner' conversation. It's a protein that is on par with, if not better than, land-raised animals."

In June 2018, Seaver and other notable authorities of the sustainable seafood movement and award-winning chefs convened at the Providence Campus of Johnson & Wales University for "How Sustainable is Aqua-Culture." The symposium, organized by the university, the Chefs' Collaborative, and the Jacques Pépin Foundation, dove into the many facets of America's seafood scenario.

Read more.

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Campus Announcement

Summer Cleaning

In a continuous effort to efficiently utilize our campus space and divert waste, JWU’s Energy Conservation Office (ECO) is asking all Providence Campus departments to evaluate their office space and identify documents and other items no longer needed. 

Read more about the tools available in a recent memo from Jason Witham, executive director of facilities, design & construction, and Matthew Fannon, sustainability and energy conservation manager.