Nutrition

Areas of expertise: athletic performance cuisine; culinary nutrition; military fitness nutrition

NUTRITION EXPERT: Jonathan Poyourow

Cybersecurity

Areas of expertise: compliance and enforcement; computer crimes; cybersecurity; information security; investigations; identity fraud

JWU EXPERT: Nicholas Tella

Culinary Trends

Areas of expertise: conscious cuisine; food trends; food writing; menu development; molecular gastronomy

CULINARY EXPERT: TJ Delle Donne

Retail Spending

Areas of expertise: retail; consumer spending; big box chains; consumer behavior; customer service; marketing; social media; black friday

BUSINESS EXPERT: Kristen Regine

Travel Trends

Areas of expertise: convention sales and services; hospitality marketing; hospitality trends; hotel trends; travel trends

HOSPITALITY EXPERT: Katie Davin

JWU in the News

08.14.18 - Nicholas Tella, director of information security, discussed the risks of sharing personal information in exchange for commodity items with Rhode Island Public Radio. Listen now.

08.09.18 - Kristen Regine, professor in the College of Business, joined Frank Coletta and Zack Greene on NBC 10 Coffee Break with Frank and Friends to talk about back-to-school shopping and consumer spending. Watch now.

08.07.18 - Diane Santurri, associate professor in the College of Engineering & Design was interviewed by NBC 10 Consumer Advocate Emily Volz about augmented reality and its educational, entertainment and consumer shopping functions. Watch now.

07.27.18 - Bill Idell, assistant dean in the College of Culinary Arts, discussed how Johnson & Wales University is teaching sustainable practices in the labs during the education of culinary students. Read more.

07.27.18 - Jennifer Pereira, associate professor in the College of Culinary Arts, outlined the requirements of the new craft-brewing certificate program offered by Johnson & Wales University in an interview with Providence Business New reporter Emily Gowdey-Backus. Read more.

07.24.18 - Roger Achille, professor in the College of Business, was a guest on the Matt Allen Show on WPRO radio and discussed the mechanics and legal requirements for mediation and arbitration during labor disputes, and how the United Nurses & Allied Professionals Local 5098 workers and Rhode Island Hospital might proceed during and after the three day strike. Listen now.

07.24.18 - Roger Achille, professor in the College of Business, spoke with ABC 6 reporter Kainani Stevens about how strikes, like the that of the United Nurses & Allied Professionals Local 5098 workers, can encourage parties involved in labor disputes to return to the negotiating table. Watch now.