The university’s Drone Use Policy has been updated. This policy sets forth the requirements for the use of any drone on any university owned or controlled property. The policy can be found here: J drive > University Policies > Health, Safety & Environment > Drone Use Policy.
The Colleges Against Cancer student club in search for a new faculty adviser for the 2019-20 academic year. If you are interested, please contact club president Samantha Berkowitz.
In less than five weeks, the Johnson & Wales University community, under the leadership and direction of New Student Orientation & Support Programs (NSOSP), will transition and acclimate incoming JWU students and their families to the Wildcat community during JWU’s summer New Student Orientation.
Scott Reslow, head coach of the men’s volleyball team and athletics digital media specialist, will be completing his eleventh year at JWU. “After a decade plus of coaching the men’s volleyball team, I’ve experienced plenty of interesting events and challenges,” Reslow says. “The thing about coaching is that the environment is always changing. Being open to adapting and learning new skills and strategies is key. The most satisfying part about coaching is when everything goes right, there is no better feeling. The journey to that point creates relationships that last a lifetime.”
Reslow resides in Coventry with his wife Angela, three children Quinten (12), Xavier (10), and Elias (3), and their two dogs, Piggy and Mavis.
1. What new hobby would you pursue if you had more time?
With more time, I would love to get back to writing. Post college, I had aspirations of becoming a novelist. I think with opportunity, I’d possibility try to cultivate that again.
2. What’s your favorite place to dine in Rhode Island?
I’m really into diners, and right now Gel’s Diner in Coventry is probably my favorite place to sit down with my wife and enjoy breakfast or brunch.