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Five Questions With Thomas L. Dwyer

1. You plan to retire at the end of the 2017-18 academic year after 40 years at Johnson & Wales University. How has the...
FOCUS 2022, Johnson & Wales University's upcoming strategic plan, includes the launch of a College of Food Studies in 2018. / COURTESY JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY

College of Food Studies included in upcoming JWU FOCUS 2022 plan

PROVIDENCE – Expected to open in 2018 on the Harborside campus, a College of Food Studies is detailed in the not-yet-published Johnson & Wales University FOCUS...
JWU CHANCELLOR, president and CEO, John J. Bowen, announced he will retire Dec. 31, 2018. / COURTESY JOHNSON AND WALES UNIVERSITY

JWU’s Bowen announces retirement

PROVIDENCE - After working 44 years for Johnson & Wales University, 14 years of which as chancellor, president and CEO, John J. Bowen has...
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JWU, RIDOH lead state efforts in food sustainability, waste and recovery

Rhode Island chefs and food purveyors are well-known for working with local farmers to source sustainable ingredients. The next steps in this food evolution...
Bruce Newbury

To dot or not to dot, that is the chef’s question

There may be two kinds of chefs in this world’s kitchens. The line of demarcation: Those who put dots of sauce on their plates...
BROWN UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Chistina H. Paxson earned $1,067,491 in total compensation in 2015, the highest amount of any private college in the Providence metropolitan area for the year. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

Report: Brown, Bryant, JWU lead region in private college executive compensation

PROVIDENCE - Brown University President Christina H. Paxson was the highest-compensated higher education executive in the Providence metropolitan area, according to the Executive Compensation...

Surviving the retail apocalypse

Retail dies when based solely on the concept of visiting a store for a commodity item. To thrive in today’s market and emerge from...
PROVIDENCE CITY COUNCILMAN David Salvatore, who represents Ward 14, has introduced a resolution that asks state lawmakers to increase the penalties for someone who assaults a police officer and clarifies the meaning of “dangerous weapon” to include glass bottles. / COURTESY DAVID SALVATORE

Salvatore introduces resolution to increase penalties for assaulting police officer

PROVIDENCE – Several members of the Providence City Council are trying to strengthen the city’s hand in responding to complaints about the behavior of...
JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY has saved nearly $4 million through its energy-conservation efforts over the past four years. JWU Energy Conservation Office Manager Matthew Fannon, back row center, poses with students, from left, Justin Constant-Corbin (orange sweater); Taojun Gao (green shirt); John Markowski; Alejandra Merced (white shirt); Alexis Coccio (black shirt); and Cassidy Lanza, holding a check representing the savings. / COURTESY JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY

Energy conservation, sustainability lifestyle lead to $4M savings for JWU

PROVIDENCE – Over the past four years prudent energy-efficient practices and the replacement of outdated equipment has led to nearly $4 million in savings...
MIM L. RUNEY, the Providence campus president and chief operating officer of Johnson & Wales University, will become the new president of the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council's board of directors and trustees on April 1, 2018. / COURTESY JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY

Runey to take over as RIPEC board president in April

PROVIDENCE - The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council announced that Mim L. Runey, the Providence campus president and chief operating officer of Johnson &...
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