Fruit Fabrication with Chef Payne

Have you ever found yourself in your kitchen at home, staring at an odd shaped fruit, and wondered the proper way to cut it? How do you cut a pineapple, avocado or mango? What tool do you use when a recipe calls for lemon zest? For answers to these questions and more, watch Chef Katie ...

Online Education Continues to Grow

The results of a recent Gallup poll support current research demonstrating that online education continues to be the fastest growing segment of higher education and that acceptance of online education continues to grow. Studies indicate that nearly one-third of all college and university students will be taking online courses this year. More employers are hiring workers with ...

Pasta Making with Chef Gleason

Anyone can buy boxed pasta at the grocery store. Have you ever wondered how to make fresh pasta at home? Chef Danielle Gleason from the National Center for Hospitality Studies at Sullivan University walks us through how to make fresh, hand-cut pasta.

Adjusting to Life with a Roommate

Is there a perfect roommate? Most likely, no! Roommate conflict is inevitable and can happen from time to time. Here at Sullivan University, we make sure that every roommate has filled out a “roommate living agreement.” This form covers communication, guest and room use, climate and cleanliness, sleep schedules, etc. When roommates come to the ...

Beef Butchery with Chef Cuhna

Chef Mike Cuhna from the National Center for Hospitality Studies at Sullivan University walks us through beef butchery. He demonstrates how to butcher a beef tenderloin so you’ll end up with four different cuts, including beef tips and filet mignon.  

Preparing for Graduate School

In the month before school starts, what can incoming MBA students do to prepare for the academic rigor of the program?  Depending on how long it has been since their undergraduate courses, entering students could review marketing, management, accounting, finance, economics and math concepts (probably through the Internet and/or YouTube).  All entering student should go to ...

Is Gardiner Point a Dorm or Residence Hall?

Most people think of living on campus as living in a dorm; however, if you say the “D” word in front of any student affairs professional, they may look at you as if you have said the worst swear word ever! The dictionary defines a dorm as “a room for sleeping; a large room containing ...

Professor Helps International Students Feel at Home

As more international students come to the United States for college degrees, universities must find ways to make these students feel at home. Each quarter, in the MGT545 Leadership and Team Development class at Sullivan University, Dr. Terry Kibiloski has students submit a photo. He then creates a photo page that shows the names and photos ...

May College Checklist for High School Seniors

You did it! You’re finally a high school graduate! It probably feels a little surreal to know that you’ve made it this far. And now you have the summer to relax and enjoy your final summer before college! While you certainly deserve some time to celebrate, remember to keep these things in mind: End on ...

Importance of Hand Washing in Food Service Industry

Every quarter, Sullivan University chef /nutritionist Cynthia Chandler leads her students to begin the use of sanitary practices in the kitchen. She stresses that the customers have a right to wholesome food, which she defines as food that is safe to eat. “Just because a food is wholesome does not mean it is healthy,” says ...