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Hospitality Students Simulate Planning a Meeting at Hilton Chicago

This past spring quarter, School of Hospitality Management students in the Conventions and Large Meetings course (HOS 481), taught by Dr. Glen Ramsborg, diligently worked on scenarios to plan and execute a large meeting at the Hilton Chicago.... Read More

Koetke Presents at Two NRA Show 2011 Educational Sessions

The Kendall College School of Culinary Arts continued to demonstrate its industry leadership with participation in educational sessions at the National Restaurant Association’s NRA Show 2011, May 21 – 24, in Chicago. Executive Director Christopher Koetke,... Read More

Chef Instructor Dana Cox Receives Grant to Enhance Student Learning About Food

Dana Cox, a chef instructor in the School of Culinary Arts, was selected among greater Chicago postsecondary culinary educators to receive a $1,500 grant from Olson Communications in their fourth-annual Chefs of Tomorrow™ program. Cox will use the... Read More

The Biggest Challenge in 10,000 Years

By Christopher Koetke, CEC, CCE Executive Director, Kendall College School of Culinary Arts Are we heading for a worldwide famine by mid-century? Is our very civilization unsustainable? Is it too late to stop the train and turn it around?  The answers are... Read More

A Business Student’s Exclusive Preview to Networking in the Real World

On March 24, 2011, School of Business student Emma Sterzinger joined Dean Michelle Coussens in attending The Illinois Women’s Conference. Emma was selected to attend from a pool of several students nominated by School of Business faculty members.... Read More

An Interview with Julian Cribb, Author of “The Coming Famine”

The keynote speaker at next month’s International Foodservice Sustainability Symposium, co-sponsored by Kendall College and the National Restaurant Association, will be Julian Cribb, author of “The Coming Famine.” Christopher Koetke, executive director... Read More

Culinary Arts Student Wins National Cherry Recipe Contest

Paige Adams, a student in the Kendall College School of Culinary Arts professional cookery certificate program, was recently named the first place winner in the “Powered by Red Recipe Contest” – sponsored by the Cherry Marketing Institute –... Read More

Kendall College Student Takes S.Pellegrino Almost Famous Chef Title

Kendall College School of Culinary Arts student Marco Bahena was named the winner of the 9th annual S.Pellegrino® Almost Famous Chef® competition held in Napa Valley, California, on March 13. This is the third win for a Kendall... Read More

Culinary Arts student competes in Chaine des Rotisseurs Jeunes Commis regional competition

The 10th annual Chaine des Rotisseurs Jeunes Commis (Young Chef) market basket style competition was held Saturday, February 19 here at Kendall College. The winner of the event was School of Culinary Arts student Anna Marie Sosi, who did an... Read More

Hospitality Management Associate Professor Sue Tinnish Speaks at Green Meeting Industry Council Annual Conference

Kendall College School of Hospitality Management Assistant Professor Sue Tinnish was a featured speaker at the Green Meeting Industry Council’s (GMIC) Annual Sustainable Meetings Conference last month. GMIC is a global community dedicated to promoting sustainability... Read More
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