An aerial photo of students standing in the shape of the numbers 2020

JWU Business Students Finish 2020 in Style

Students in a lab

The JWU Advantage: Biology

Two Equine students riding horses

What Can You Do with an Equine Degree? Just Ask a JWU Alum

Stanford-MIT Election Map: 2016 U.S. Voter Turnout by Mail

Deconstructing Election 2020

Bistro 61 logo, contact information and photo of plated meal.

Bistro 61 Reopens Doors for Students, Faculty and Guests


Parent and student completing the FAFSA

Your 6 Top FAFSA Questions, Answered

Two students assess data in the Criminal Justice lab.

The JWU Advantage: Criminal Justice

Associate Professor Tiffany Rhodes with students on camelback in Egypt.

The Future of Tourism and How to Help


Sunset view of Gaebe Commons

6 Unique JWU Spaces Our Students Love

MIT Election Performance Index: 2016 Voter Turnout by State

Are Credible Elections Still Possible?

JWU hospitality student in hotel

JWU Hospitality Programs Ranked in Top 10 in the World

Foolproof pumpkin pie

JWU Recipes: Foolproof Pumpkin Pie

JWU Providence College of Culinary Arts Faculty, 2009.

A Tribute to Former Dean Kevin Duffy

Wildcat Willy posing for a photo with a student

Get To Know JWU: Three Can’t-Miss JWU Events

JWU mascot Wildcat Willie

5 Things to Know About Applying to JWU

Michelle Rego, Ph.D., marketing department professor in the College of Business, is using different techniques to keep her students engaged and active in her classes during Covid-19.

Enhancing Student Learning at JWU During the Pandemic


Advance your culinary skills the JWU way – in your own kitchen, on your own schedule.

JWU to Deliver ‘Game-Changing’ Online Culinary Degrees

Unique Pelletier is a recipient of the 2020 National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Foundation’s Minority Fellowship Program for Addictions Counselors.

For Fellowship Recipient Unique Pelletier, Counseling Is Deeply Personal

JWU Culinary Labs

Top Culinary School Supplies

Downcity campus scene

Why to Apply Early Action at JWU


JWU Students in Providence

8 Surprising Things You Might Not Know About JWU

2020 Move-in at JWU Providence

All Hands On Deck to Welcome Students Back to Campus

Tobias Simon '20 in the lab at McClancy

Turning a Passion for Applied Food Science into a Career

Young man presenting in an office to his peers.

JWU Can Jump-Start Your Career

 JWU students in updated dining center

Safe Dining During COVID-19: On and Off Campus

Visiting Wild Harmony Farm to learn about the harvest.

Harnessing the Transformative Power of Food


JWU Charlotte is located in a financial and cultural hub.

8 Reasons JWU Loves Charlotte

JWU students walking across the new Pedestrian Bridge

8 Reasons JWU Loves Providence

JWU students at work in the media production studio on campus.

Three Reasons Why You Should Be a Media & Communication Major

Bird's eye view of Gaebe Commons at the Providence Campus

JWU’s New Strategic Direction


JWU biomedical engineering students will learn how devices and technologies are designed to meet a particular physiological need, enable previously impossible treatment, or to manage medical information in a new way.

JWU Biomedical Engineering Program Brings Balance During Pandemic

Molly Gordon '20 (right) in Chemistry class

How Molly Gordon '20 Found Her Dream Job

JWU faculty ranked highly

7 Reasons JWU Earns an A+ for Teaching

The Wildcat Den in Providence, RI

5 Reasons You Should Consider Commuting to JWU

Michael Levine bringing food to students

Michael Levine '12 Combats Pandemic With Food

JWU has ramped up remote learning in the wake of COVID-19.

The Speed of Sound: JWU’s Shift to Remote Learning

A Johnson & Wales advertising student presenting Amazon Account Executive presentation in front of a Powerpoint screen

Amazon Selects JWU for Advertising Seed Program


Commencement 2020 Banner

One JWU: Celebrating Commencement 2020

Academic Symposium

Student Research Selected for 11th Annual Academic Symposium

Graphic design students during class time earlier this year.

JWU Graphic Design Grads Close 2020 with Virtual Celebration

Congratulations JWU Class of 2020!

Congratulations, JWU Class of 2020

Chef Kyle Williams '06 and his Live Blue Cafe team delivering food to Kansas City.

Cooking for the Community: Chef Kyle Williams '06

Practicing social distancing on campus.

Call of Duty: JWU’s Emergency Management Response to COVID-19


JWU Student Dives Into COVID-19 Research

The Socially Distanced Restaurant

Tips for Reopening: How to Reset Your Restaurant

Aodhan Stansfield ’22 is printing mask clips at home with his 3D printer.

JWU Joins Maker Movement During COVID-19 Crisis

Medici and a coworker in a COVID-19 testing tent

Preparing for a Pandemic: How a JWU Education Made the Difference


Getting Career-Ready

From Job Fairs to Advising, JWU Career Services Is Open

NYC at Sunset

Alum Strategies for Adapting Your Skills During COVID-19

Magnus Thorsson walking with his dog

Sustainable Living with Magnus Thorsson

A butterfly alights on a flower during a SASS-sponsored gleaning trip. Photo by Mike Cohea.

How to Celebrate Earth Day at Home

Hospitality students at TD Garden

TD Garden Projects Provide ‘Once in a Lifetime’ Opportunity

Sharkfest 2020 judges give first-place winner Brian Thornber a thumbs-up after his pitch.

Sharkfest 2020 Gives JWU Student Entrepreneurs an Edge

JWU job hopefuls wear career-themed stickers

Career Expo Goes Virtual

two puppies and a boy cutting apples

At Home with Elizabeth Carey

Jordan Lacey

Harnesses the Power of Networking

Chef Neath’s Cambodian Curry

Rediscovering the Joys of Home Cooking with Michael Ruhlman

Higginson after winning a match

JWU Gives Tim Higginson a Second Chance


Nolan Badore practices with his team at the JWU Esports Center.

A New Way to Play: The World of Esports at JWU


Jim Brosnan Brings a Poet’s Spirit to JWU

Statewide shutdowns due to COVID-19 have left restaurateurs scrambling for solutions.

How Restaurants Are Reacting & Adapting to the COVID-19 Crisis

Health Science

JWU's Public Health Experts Weigh in on Coronavirus


Sports and Entertainment Industries Adapting Daily to Covid-19 Fallout

JWU has transitioned to online delivery of academics until the end of the spring term.

Maintaining Mental + Physical Well-Being During COVID-19

Professor Oscar Chilabato talks with students

The Infodemic: How Coronavirus Fears are Affecting Business and Advertising

Professor Christopher Westgate, Ph.D., has been working with students to address COVID-19 misinformation issues.

JWU Media Comm Students Focus on Research to Keep COVID-19 Misinformation at Bay


Hotel, Travel, Tourism Industries Persevere Through COVID-19

Lussier Networking at RIFF's after party

The Internship That Changed a Life – and a Career


Erin Young, Tim Nugent, Nathan Spinetti and Shawn Updike during their Providence Community Acupuncture presentation.

Students Follow Their Instincts to Create Top Design Solutions

Chefs Timon Balloo '00, Lindsay Autry '04 and David Kinch '81, '14 Hon. are all semifinalists for this year's James Beard Foundation Awards

JWU Alumni Nominated for 2020 Beard Foundation Awards

Henry Schott '20

Double Majoring Puts Henry Schott’s

Compass Day Women in Culinary Panel at JWU

Compass Day Panel Spotlights Women in Culinary Leadership

JWU NSO panel members

Diversity & Development: JWU Hosts NSO Regional Conference

Student stylist Emma Sumner with her winning looks.

Fashion Merchandising Students Shine at 2020 Style-off Competition

Cara Sammartino

For Cara Sammartino, Public Health is Personal

Computer science and graphic design alumni during the JWU Alumni Leaders on Campus event at the College of Engineering & Design.

A Homecoming: JWU Hosts Engineering and Design Alumni


The Cliffs of Moher in Ireland

A Summer Trip to Ireland

Tea tasting class at JWU Providence

Calling All Mixologists! JWU + Bigelow Tea Want Your Recipes

2020 Hospitality Alumni Leaders

Advice to Advance: Career-Progression Expertise from Hospitality Alums

A screenshot of Professor Tom Calabrese, Ph.D., in one of his computer science videos.

Life Lessons in Music and Computer Science: A Chat with Tom Calabrese

Students studying in Harborside Campus Library

JWU Students Save Big with Open Educational Resources

Concert and Event Production students, Graphic Design students, Assistant Professor Viscardi-Smalley

One Night Only: Students Produce + Promote Live Concert

Tyler Martin

Turning Chance into Opportunity

DeAndrae Watson talking on microphone

Run Your Race: How DeAndrae Watson Defines Success

Anna Palliser

Fulbright Scholar Anna Palliser Says Farewell to JWU