Prepared with aged cheddar and drizzled with spicy Greek yogurt, this taco will wow those who love a classic tuna melt. The best part is that it comes together in minutes. Recipe courtesy of Kendall... Read More
Many of our graduates lead successful businesses. And many of our current faculty are also hardworking entrepreneurs when they aren’t in our classrooms. That’s why it made so much sense to launch Kendall’s Business Incubator this past fall.
To learn... Read More
On Saturday, June 24, 2017, Kendall College graduated nearly 400 students. The commencement ceremony took place at the Chicago Symphony Center and was attended by many friends, family members and special guests.
Please enjoy these videos of speeches made by President, Paul... Read More
By Ron Stefanski, a faculty member in Kendall’s Business program
While earning your degree, your number one priority to focus on is your coursework. However, if you have some spare time, consider the hobbies or activities you choose—how can they lead... Read More
By Cindy McCarthy, an instructor in the School of Business
As an instructor, I always seek to push my students in new ways. I want them to engage in new tasks that they find truly challenging. For this reason, I... Read More
By: Christopher Koetke, Laureate International Universities Vice President, Category Management, Culinary Arts
The James Beard Awards is one of the most eagerly anticipated events for the culinary community. For the third year in a row, all eyes will be on the... Read More
By Chef Christopher Quirk, a chef instructor in the School of Culinary Arts
In Hawaii, poke (pronounced po-kay) is considered an everyman’s food. It’s something you find as a roadside staple or prepared on a beach very simply—it’s typically diced... Read More
By Sapna Mangal and Deb Popely, associate professors in the School of Hospitality Management
What does it mean when someone says, “We live in a global society”? We take the subject very seriously at Kendall because we have such a... Read More