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Frontera announces the recipients of this year’s Frontera Scholarship, which awards Mexican-American Chicago Public Schools students a full ride to Kendall College, the city’s premiere culinary and hospitality management school.
“The Distance,” a podcast that looks at long-running businesses, recently featured Nadeau’s Ice Sculptures – a Chicago-based company started by Jim Nadeau. Jim is a master of ice carving, and he has taught this skill to students at Kendall College. Kendall College’s Chef Chris Koetke, who once worked at Nadeau’s Ice Sculptures, also shares his point of view on the art and beauty of Jim’s ice carving.
CHICAGO—June 6, 2016— Kendall College is proud to welcome Chef Rick Bayless to its 2016 commencement ceremony, which will be held Saturday, June 25, 2016 at the Chicago Symphony Center at 10:00am. During the ceremony, Kendall College will honor students from across the globe who have earned associate and bachelor’s degrees from the Kendall College School of Culinary Arts, School of Hospitality Management, International School of Business and School of Early Childhood Education. Bayless, an award winning chef, author and educator will address graduates with personal stories and words of wisdom in celebration of their academic accomplishments.
CHICAGO—April 25, 2016—Kendall College is proud to announce a new collaboration with the James Beard Foundation (JBF) in which the school is the exclusive culinary education sponsor of the 2016 James Beard Awards, taking place in Chicago on May 2, 2016 at the Lyric Opera. As Chicago’s number one program for preparing students for careers in culinary arts and hospitality management (TNS Global Survey, 2013), Kendall is committed to fostering relationships between the culinary and hospitality industries and its current and future leaders.
CHICAGO—April 5, 2016—An international team of four students enrolled in the Kendall College School of Culinary Arts took home the winner’s trophy and gold medals at the Central Regional Baron H. Galand Culinary Knowledge Bowl on April 5 at the American Culinary Federation’s (ACF) 2016 ChefConnect: Hawaii. This is the seventh consecutive year that a Kendall team has swept this annual regional competition to qualify for finals.
By Jake Hamilton, CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - Some of the most prestigious kitchens around Chicago are getting a little sharper. That's because two local knife makers are changing the way chefs are slicing and dicing. Brendan McDermott is a chef instructor at Kendall College and Chris Mayor is an expert bladesmith but the two make up a team of knife makers whose work is finding itself in some of the most prestigious kitchens around Chicago. Watch the full segment on Fox 32 News!