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.
In the world of higher education, there are plenty of options for those looking to pursue a master’s degree. At Johnson & Wales University Online, we offer an array of MBA, MS, and MPA degrees – but what’s the difference?
Luckily, we broke it down so you can decide exactly which degree is perfect for you and your career goals. For more information on how these degrees differ and what you can study at JWU Online, check out the infographic below.
When people think of “senioritis,” they commonly think of seniors in high school right after they are done taking their ACTs or SATs and applying to college. They start to get tired and lazy—they don’t want to write any more essays or do homework.
Really, high school seniors aren’t the only ones who experience this feeling. “Senioritis” is just as real for seniors in college. And the good news is: if this is how you feel, you don’t need to suffer! Here are five tips for beating college senioritis and pushing through your final term of academics.
As an online student, you are often balancing work, family obligations, health and fitness, and your school work every week. Trying to make all of this fit in your schedule can be incredibly stressful, as I discovered during the four years that I was an online doctoral student at Northeastern University. I graduated with my Ed.D. in 2015, but as I reflect back on my online education experience, I am always struck by how stressed I sometimes felt and often wonder how I got through the program successfully.
The holidays can be a joyous time of family, friends, food, and fun — bedecked halls and mantles, twinkling lights, gifts, parties, turkeys, hams, cookies, chestnuts roasting on an open fire … *sigh*
Maria Schwartz, ’19, knows a thing or two about hard work and dedication. A former baking and pastry student at the Johnson & Wales University campus in North Miami, Florida, Schwartz is now in the process of completing her BSBA – Operations & Supply Chain Management degree online through JWU.
Encouraging graduates to face their biggest fears and overcome challenges are common themes in student speaker remarks at commencement ceremonies.
At the Johnson & Wales University Graduate Studies Commencement, the Class of 2018 witnessed this lesson firsthand as Rhode Island native Marissa Mayo ’16, ’18 MBA, who lives her life with a speech impediment, delivered an inspiring address.
In his novel The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote, “life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.” In my opinion, this statement could not be truer. For many, September signals the beginning of a new season, a fresh school year, and an adjustment between the heat of the summer and the chill of winter (depending where you live, of course).