On April 29, Kendall College hosted Diamond Dreams: Celebrating 75 Years of Kendall College, a dining event benefiting the Kendall College Charitable Trust (KCCT), a not-for-profit organization that provides financial support to Kendall students in need. More than $50,000 was... Read More
Kendall College Alumni Association is pleased to announce the launch of our new website
The Kendall College Alumni Association serves to enrich the lives of our alumni by providing educational, social and charitable opportunities for our graduates. Within alumni.kendall.edu, you can:
“The Next Iron Chef” is … Jose Garces! On Nov. 22, Garces, a 1996 graduate of Kendall College’s School of Culinary Arts, beat out Jehangir Mehta in a head-to-head battle to take home the world’s most coveted culinary title.
Garces was... Read More
Mike Artlip, chair of Kendall College’s Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree program offered through the School of Culinary Arts, received the Chef Professionalism Award from Windy City Professional Culinarians (WCPC), a chapter of the American Culinary Federation (ACF), Inc.,... Read More
Two School of Culinary Arts alumni, both employees of Buffalo, N.Y.-based Delaware North Companies, competed in the 2008 Internationale Kochkunst Ausstellung (IKA), or International Culinary Exhibition, in Erfurt, Germany, last October.
Ambarish Lulay (‘03), chef de cuisine at The Ahwahnee Hotel... Read More
Arianne Vota Smeets earned her AAS degree in Culinary Arts in December, and is well on her way to achieving her dream: to change the ways in which we love—ourselves, others and the world around us—through her art.
Last September, Vota... Read More
Kendall School of Culinary Arts alumna Luminita Cirstea (‘08), the co-grand-prize winner in last October’s “America’s Best Raisin Bread Contest” sponsored by the California Raisin Marketing Board in Fresno and hosted at the American Institute of Baking (AIB) in Manhattan,... Read More