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JWU is Advertising with WEEI During Red Sox Broadcasts

JWU Admissions and the College of Online Education is collaborating on a project to do radio advertising during Boston Red Sox broadcasts throughout the 2018 season.

It’s a combination of traditional radio ads and sponsorship opportunities (i.e. “tonight’s starting line-up brought to you by…”). Currently, the ads that are airing now are more general but as the season progresses, the ads will switch out and speak to more specific colleges and programs. This is one of the many first steps JWU is using its new brand approach. Take a listen!

Paving the Way for the Next JWU Generation

WHAT: Year End Campaign, JWU Fund. Funds raised will go to scholarships, JWU’s innovative programming, and where it is needed most. This year, the JWU Fund is doing a multi-channeled campaign with a goal of increasing engagement, donations and donor retention from our more than 109,000 alumni as well as friends of JWU. 

WHEN: From NOW until June 30, 2018

HOW:


Bonus! 

An anonymous donor has pledged an additional $10,000 to the university if 250 individuals donate by the end of June. Please spread the word.

Thank you for paying it forward to our next generation of students. You have more power than you think.

Sustainable Food Symposium

On Wednesday, June 6, JWU will host a Sustainable Seafood Symposium from 1-6 pm at the Culinary Amphitheater at Harborside Campus in collaboration with the Jacques Pepin Foundation.

The event will feature guest speakers, including Rick Moonen, Barton Seaver, Derek Wagner, RI Fisheries Council and more. The afternoon will also include a caviar and oyster reception at Save the Bay. This collaboration celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Chef’s Collaborative, helping to raise awareness about seafood sustainability.

It is a 21+ event that is free for JWU College of Culinary Arts faculty and students. Tickets are $75 each. Please register for the event before June 6.

JWU 2018 Faculty Members of the Year

Congratulations to the following faculty who have been named the 2018 Faculty Members of the Year. Read more.

Christine Ure, associate professor, College of Business

Matthew M. Britt, instructor, College of Culinary Arts

Jeff Drury, assistant professor, College of Engineering & Design

Kara Cucinotta, assistant professor, College of Health & Wellness

Elizabeth Covino, associate professor, College of Hospitality Management

Jessica Fede, associate professor, John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences

Summer Early Release Fridays and Summer Casual Dress Code

As summer approaches, many staff employees can once again look forward to Summer Early Release Fridays. In addition to enjoying Summer Early Release, many staff and student employees may also wear casual business attire for the summer months.

Staff members: Log in to HRpulse for details about participation in these benefits.