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First Person: Why I’m Working to End Childhood Hunger

JWU Denver alum Megan Bradley '07 has dedicated her culinary career to helping families affected by hunger. Here she tells us the very personal reasons behind her tireless work for the Colorado chapter of No Kid Hungry.

Got Resolutions? 10 Ways to Eat Healthier This January (And Beyond)

Registered dietitian and JWU Providence Assistant Professor Chef Jonathan Poyourow making healthy pumpkin pancakes with his sous chef, son Sean.

After a busy and food-filled holiday season, many of us make January a time to cut back, take stock and re-prioritize.

Not sure where to start with your New You resolutions? JWU culinary nutrition experts and staff members from various campus departments share 10 tips to make 2016 a healthier, stress-free year.

Governor Raimondo, State Officials Enjoy Farm-Fresh Lunch at JWU

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo, Lt. Governor Daniel McKee, General Treasurer Seth Magaziner, Attorney General Peter Kilmartin, and Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea joined JWU Chancellor John Bowen and Providence Campus President Mim Runey for a “Chefs Tables” lunch at JWU’s Harborside Campus.

You won’t usually find Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo taking time out of her busy schedule to stop and eat lunch.

But she recently made an exception when she and the state’s general officers — Lt. Governor Daniel McKee, General Treasurer Seth Magaziner, Attorney General Peter Kilmartin, and Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea — sat down to a lavish 3-course feast prepared by Chef Thomas J. Delle Donne and the students of his Conscious Cuisine class. They were joined by JWU Chancellor John Bowen and Providence Campus President and COO Mim Runey.