Shawn Geiger, Columbia, SC, SEE; Gunner Tootle. Swansboro, SEE; Tito Villanueva, Gastonia, SEE
Chris Garcia, Monroe, NC, Business Administration; Imani Washington, Okinawa, Japan, Corporate Accounting/Financial Analysis; Chance Wiginton, Franklin, TN, Business
These six seniors have appeared in 244 matches between them, helping the team to a 42-8-3 record over the last four years, including two post-season appearances (and are on track for a third). Men’s Soccer became the first team to be ranked #1 in a USCAA Coaches Poll during their tenure.
Admissions is partnering with Boy Scouts of America’s Exploring program where High school students explore different career paths. Once a month JWU will host those students who are interested in hospitality, business and culinary/baking & pastry arts.
“JWU partnership with Boy Scouts of America goes back several years in our campus history, Joseph Campos, director of admissions, says. “This program allows students to have access to the innovative world of culinary arts and the hospitality industry. They now have access to educational opportunities that are associated within the industry and at JWU.”
Tues, Nov 19
Intro to the culinary industry and industry trends
6 - 7:30 p.m.
Congratulations to Mark Peres, J.D., professor, College of Arts & Sciences. Mark recently published On Life & Meaning, 100 Essays Inspired by 100 Guests. His podcast and his new book profiles citizens making a difference in the world.
Chef Peter Reinhart, Assistant Professor Don Taylor, and Professor Howard Slutzky, Psy.D., are included in the book.
JWU intern Cydni Baldwin ‘20 is completing her Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship internship with Foodbuy, a division of Compass Group. The video was written and voiced by Melinda Law, communications & media relations director, and edited by Kelly Coban, instructional design & tech specialist.
In 2015, Linkedln acquired the on-demand training resource Lynda.com that Johnson & Wales University has made accessible to the community through the JWU Library website. Linkedln merged insights from its network with the best parts of Lynda.com to create a new and improved online learning and professional development experience, Linkedln Learning. This online platform has a new interface designed to make it easier for users to add business, software, technology, and creative skills to their professional toolbox. This resource is free to all active JWU students and employees and accessed at linkedinlearning.jwu.edu by using your JWU username and password from any desktop or mobile device.