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Bridget Sweet can simplify tips to maintain food safety before, during and after a natural disaster.

JWU EXPERT: Bridget Sweet

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

09.12.18 - Diane Saturri, associate professor in the College of Engineering & Design, spoke with Gene Valicenti on AM630/99.7FM and NBC 10 about the new iPhone and other products announced by Apple. Watch now.

09.11.18 - Oscar Chilabato, associate professor in the College of Business, joined NBC 10 anchor Gene Valicenti on his 3pm news program on NBC 10 to talk about the buzz and fallout from Nike's 30th anniversary Just Do It advertising campaign. Watch now.

08.28.18 - As part of WPRI 12's back-to-school coverage, Nicholas Tella, director of information security and adjunct professor in the College of Engineering & Design, offered insight on how schools and universities work to keep student data and records safe and how parents can help protect their child's identity. Watch now.

08.27.18 - Nicholas Tella spoke with WPRI 12 Consumer Investigator Susan Campbell about a new internet blackmail scam and what targeted users can do to protect themselves. Watch now.

08.27.18 - In an interview with WPRI 12 Consumer Investigator Susan Campbell, Kristen Regine, professor in the College of Business, reviewed national consumer spending projections for back-to-school shopping. Watch now.

08.21.18 - The Boston Globe reports that one reason food poisoning outbreaks seem increasingly prevalent is that we are getting better at identifying, tracing, and monitoring outbreaks. Bridget Sweet, executive director of food safety, shares simple ways consumers can minimize their risk.