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Sullivan University’s Erica Sung Awarded Culinary Learning Experience Scholarship

news2_oct09As a Korean-born immigrant to America, Sullivan University’s Erica Sung has always wanted to learn about American agriculture management and what Korea could learn from American farming. As the recipient of the 2009 Culinary Learning Experience Scholarship, sponsored by the Simplot Top of House Culinary Board and the Idaho Potato Commission, she had the opportunity to travel to Idaho to tour a trout farm, explore potato and onion fields and more, all with the goal of sharing her knowledge with Sullivan classmates upon her return.

“My native country, Korea, does not have a system in place to mass-produce agricultural products, so it must rely on foreign exports,” said Sung before her trip. “However, as the global culture starts to merge, Korean eating habits are becoming increasingly Westernized. I believe this trip will give me the perspective to understand where Korea may be headed in a few years. I am looking forward to sharing what I learn with my fellow students at Sullivan University.”

Delmar Announces Publication of Case Scenarios in Hospitality Supervision

news1_oct09Delmar, part of Cengage Learning and a leader in skills-based solutions for educational institutions, businesses and professionals, announces the publication of Case Scenarios in Hospitality Supervision, a resource guide for hospitality personnel. The book is based on common challenges in the industry and actual encounters in the field by author Dr. Peter Szende, a faculty member in the School of Hospitality Administration at Boston University.

 

Case Scenarios in Hospitality Supervision (ISBN: 1428321403, $49.95) presents 75 vignettes depicting real-life managerial dilemmas in the setting of the fictional Royal Hotel. The book focuses on scenarios that often happen to new managers, with particular emphasis placed on sharpening critical-thinking abilities and developing leadership. The setting of the Royal Hotel simulates real life, engaging students in a particular situation and helping to bridge the gap between classroom and industry.

CAFÉ Announces 2010 Events

The Center for the Advancement of Foodservice Education (CAFÉ) announces dates of 2010 events.

March 5-7       Front-of-House Operations National Symposium, Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, Las Vegas

June 18-20     Mastering French Cooking: from Classics to Contemporary, L’Academie de Cuisine, Gaithersburg, Md.

June 25-27     6th-Annual Leadership Conference, Baltimore International College

July 23-25      The Healthy Menu—Cooking for Tomorrow, Kendall College School of Culinary Arts, Chicago

For more information, visit www.CAFEMeetingPlace.com or contact Mary Petersen at (410) 268-5542, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Ryan Receives Sharing Culinary Traditions Award from American Academy of Chefs

The American Academy of Chefs (AAC), the honor society of the American Culinary Federation, honored Dr. L. Timothy Ryan, CMC, AAC, president of The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) in Hyde Park, N.Y., with the Sharing Culinary Traditions Award during a formal ceremony and dinner at the 2009 ACF National Convention held at the Orlando World Center Marriott, Orlando, Fla., July 10.

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