If you’ve ever thought about how you can make your work a happier place, you’ve got it all backward. According to Johnson & Wales organizational psychology professor and online instructor, Scott Lyons Ed.D., happiness at work is an effect of a greater cause. “I come from the school of thought that organizations can be misguided if they are searching for happiness rather than good health or a positive organizational culture,” Lyons said.
“This is the best place I ever worked! I love it here! I’m serious, the people here are awesome. It’s just a great environment,” said Harry Ryan Jr., online academic advisor at the JWU College of Online Education.
Although Harry is new to his role, he has been working as an adjunct professor at the Johnson & Wales University Providence campus for about seven years now. Every day, his time here at JWU Online is spent communicating to students about their path to graduation and addressing the concerns they might have.
At Johnson & Wales University our corporate partnerships offer one thing, opportunity. Between a tuition benefit that makes going back to school affordable to having the flexibility to get your education at any of our four campuses or 100% online on your own time, the possibilities are limitless.
At the College of Online Education, our staff is thankful for a lot of things. In fact, they’re thankful for so many things that they filled an entire wall with sticky notes of what they’re thankful for this holiday season. But most of all, here at the College of Online Education we’re thankful for you, our students.
Check out the video to see everything our hardworking staff had to be grateful for this year and let us know what you’re thankful for by connecting with us on social using #JWUOnline.
Today, if you walked a mile in Mark Brewington’s shoes, you’d likely end up with your toes in the Pacific Ocean. The double Johnson & Wales University alum, ’11, ’18 MBA – Hospitality, (triple alum if you count his '08 associate degree in culinary arts) lives within a few blocks of the beach and keeps his horses on a horse farm outside of San Diego.
Johnson & Wales’ College of Online Education is proud to welcome our new dean, David Cartwright!
Hear from Dean Dave himself in the video below, and connect with Dean Dave on Twitter and Instagram @JWUDeanDave.
Johnson & Wales University is excited to announce an educational partnership with JK Food Group, a Boston-based restaurant group founded by James Beard Award–winning chefs Jamie Bissonnette and Ken Oringer.
Students at the Providence Campus, like me, are hit by the Wildcat Way no matter where we turn: in the classroom or on the basketball court, in back-to-back classes before heading to a part-time job, or doing community service with a sorority or club.
What is the Wildcat Way? It’s character traits every Johnson & Wales student should display: pride, courage, character, and community.
The Johnson & Wales University College of Online Education is pleased to announce our Summer Term dean's list for 2019. Undergraduate students with a GPA of 3.40 or higher achieve dean's list status. Congratulations!
Returning to school to earn your graduate degree can be tough, especially when there’s work to do and tuition to pay. A previous graduate of Johnson & Wales University, 22-year-old Shaunya Noble knows this firsthand.