Close
Your browser is out of date

You should upgrade your browser or try a new browser below.

Update Internet Explorer Try Firefox Try Google Chrome
Inside Kendall

Classic Sausage and Peppers

01/23/2017
By Joe Campagna This is one of the classic Italian dishes that can be a side dish or a main course. Growing up Italian, I always loved having the mix of sweet and spicy Italian sausage. Serves 2 Ingredients 1/2 pound of sweet Italian... Read More

Tips to Successfully Balance School and Work

01/17/2017
By Ron Stefanski, a faculty member in Kendall’s Business program How to balance school and work scale image Having a job and going to school at the same time is difficult—and requires effort... Read More

Grilled Romaine with Chicken

01/10/2017
By Joe Campagna Salads are probably one of the easiest dinners you can make and it never takes a ton of time. We’re lucky in that produce is in abundance this time of year and everything is super fresh. This salad... Read More

Transferring His Skills to Students in Mexico

01/05/2017
In November, B.A. in Culinary Arts student Tony Rogowski visited seven Universidad del Valle de México (UVM) campuses in Mexico, which are all part of the Laureate International Universities network—neither as a student nor a competitor, but as a... Read More

Bringing Business Topics to Life

12/28/2016
How do you help high school students master the concept of graphing? Shower them in jacandy bars, of course! That’s how one group of Kendall students in the Global Economy... Read More

William Skelnik of Hawthorn Woods Country Club: How to Excel as a General Manager

12/20/2016
william-skelnikWilliam Skelnik has always combined passion with an eagerness to learn—two qualities that have served him well. After graduating from Kendall with an associate degree in culinary arts in... Read More

From Inspiration to Adventure: Abroad in Australia

12/13/2016
“I chose to go into the hospitality industry at age 10 when I went on a family cruise to Mexico. This is when I learned what the hospitality and tourism industry was all about,” Hospitality Management student, Sharon Harms, said... Read More

The Heart of Our Business Incubator

12/12/2016
By Kim Shambrook, Kendall’s Interim President When I was starting out as an entrepreneur, I took a Marsha Brady approach. In one episode of “The Brady Bunch,” she wanted to belong, so she joined every school club. As the owner of... Read More

Laura Payne of The Purple Pig: How to Excel as a General Manager

12/05/2016
It wasn’t until Laura Payne was working one of her first jobs as a server at an Evanston café that she realized she had a passion she hadn’t yet tapped into: hospitality. “This industry allows you to take care of... Read More

The Flavor Innovator

12/01/2016
By Kim Shambrook, Kendall’s Interim President People don’t often think about culinary innovations in beverages, but it’s a natural topic for Chef Elaine Sikorski. As the instructor of our Flavor Theory course, she’s constantly brainstorming new approaches to any and all... Read More
Kendall College
 
Request Information
This is a required field
This is a required field
This is a required field
This is a required field