Ted McCall

Professor + Department Chair,  College of Food Innovation & Technology

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Ted McCall, Ed.D.
My daily goal is to help my students discover as much passion for the food service industry as I myself have for it.“


As a member of the college leadership team, Ted McCall's role is to lead a dynamic group of educators whose purpose is to provide our students with an exceptional educational experience.

As a graduate of Northeastern University ('14 Ed.D.), and Johnson & Wales University ('04 M.A.T., '00 B.A.), McCall understands the enormous responsibility education and the educational institution plays in the lives of students and graduates.

As an employee of JWU for nearly 16 years, he finds it personally and professionally rewarding to work with the caliber of faculty the institution employs as well as JWU students, who are the next generation of leaders in the culinary industry.

McCall brings more than 15 years of experience working in the culinary field, as well as eight years service to our country as a US Marine. His daily goal is to help his students discover as much passion for the food service industry as he himself has for it. McCall also wishes to help them discover their intrinsic motivation and passion for higher education that leads to lifelong learning as well as personal and professional growth within the industry.

Areas of Expertise

  • Higher Education Acadmic Administration
  • Organizational Theory/Behavior
  • Institutional Research


  • Certified Chef de Cuisine, American Culinary Federation (ACF)
  • Certified Hospitality Educator, American Hotel & Lodging Association Educational Institute


  • American Culinary Federation
  • International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education
  • Foodservice Systems Management Education Council

Sample Courses

  • FSM 1065: Food Safety & Sanitation Management