Maintaining mental + physical well-being during COVID-19.
How the travel & tourism industry is dealing with COVID-19.
A JWU duo promote sustainable cuisine at the 2020 Young Chef Olympiad in India.
Double majoring puts Henry Schott’s career plans in focus.
JWU student + stroke survivor Alyssa Rosenthal cooks with JWU alum Emeril on “The Rachael Ray Show.”
We dig into some numbers to measure JWU’s value, including a rise in career outcomes and salaries.
As evidenced by the Eat Well, Play Well Symposium, JWU’s voice grows louder in athletics performance cuisine.
Alumna Lori Dooley '05 takes Advertising students on an insider’s tour of Google NYC.
96.8% JWU’s Career Outcome Rate
2,898 Students who completed an internship
70% Seniors on paid internships who received a job offer
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JWU was among the first to build a curriculum around hands on learning. It's the foundation of the JWU experience.
The JWU global experience means you are sure to find something that makes you dig a little deeper, think a little broader, and venture a little outside of your comfort zone.
I love Johnson & Wales. Everyone here is just so friendly — great, hard-working, ambitious. I’ve never met so many ambitious people.
Heather Young ’18, Advertising & Marketing Communications