- Taste of Kendall
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Hospitality Management alum, Chef Ambarish Lulay, shares his culinary journey.
Kendall's Teen Culinary Camps and the Kendall College Trust were featured on abc7. Learn more about the Trust's efforts to help many Chicago teens attend camp this summer by providing scholarships. Chicago Public Schools has partnered with Kendall to provide these opportunities for about 50 teens.
Catherine De Orio, executive director of the Kendall College Trust, discusses her journey and the positive impact the Trust’s scholarships have had on students’ lives.
CHICAGO—June 21, 2017— Kendall College announced award-winning restauranteur Kevin Boehm has been named commencement speaker for the 2017 ceremony, which will be held Saturday, June 24, 2017, at Chicago Symphony Center at 10 a.m. CDT.
Kendall College instructor, Deborah Popely, discusses water conservation strategies for the tourism industry for Hotel Business Review.
Kendall alumnus and chef, Brian Schreiber ’10, chats with the Chicago Tribune about the three smart gadgets every home chef should invest in.
Beverly Kim, a 2000 graduate of Kendall College School of Culinary Arts in Chicago, has been named a 2017 James Beard Award finalist. Kim and her husband Johnny Clark own and operate Parachute, a Korean and American cuisine restaurant in Chicago, and their expertise and creativity has them in the running for the Best Chef Great Lakes category, which includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.
CHICAGO—March 14, 2017— Pierre Pollin, Kendall College Culinary Instructor and professional chef of 43 years, will be inducted into the Chicago Culinary Museum and Chef’s Hall of Fame as this year’s “Legendary Chef.” As a member of the 2017 inductee class, Chef Pollin joins the ranks of some of the city’s most notable chefs and industry leaders.
Kendall Alumni in the running for Outstanding Baker and Best Chef awards!