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Homecoming 2014 & 4th Annual Run for Your Knives ™ 5K Run/Walk
Homecoming 2014The annual Alumni Homecoming took place on October 24th and 25th. The college hosted close to 150 alumni and their guests for a weekend of networking, fabulous food prepared by our students, educational demonstrations, and great memories, all in a spirit of fun and camaraderie.

Dr. Tim Ryan Receives the First-Ever Visionary Award from the Hudson Valley Food & Beverage Alliance
Dr. Tim RyanMore than 400 industry leaders and business owners from the alcoholic beverage industry gathered on October 9 at the Hudson Valley Beer, Wine & Spirits Summit 2.0 The day started with Laurence Gottlieb, president and CEO of the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation presenting its inaugural Visionary Award to Dr. Tim Ryan.

The CIA Introduces “The Professional Chef Discovers Maine Lobster” Online Learning Experience
CIA Online CourseThe CIA has launched a free online learning course, “The Professional Chef Discovers Maine Lobster.” Available at online, the program provides a crash course in all things Maine lobster, including chef-tested recipes, all downloadable and demonstrated in streaming HD video.

  
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Alumni News

Chef/Partner of Boston’s Hottest New Restaurant Returns to Alma Mater
Jeremy Sewall '82Jeremy Sewall '82, executive chef of three popular Boston-area restaurants, reminded graduates of the CIA that their education will open doors, but they still need to put in the hard work and push themselves to be their best.

Alumnus Combines His Formal Training and Higher Calling
CIA AlumnusMonsignor Jamie Gigantiello '79 discovered a creative way of blending his vocations of chef and Catholic priest. He does so, joyfully, through teaching and hosting “Breaking Bread,” a weekly program on Catholic NET-TV that celebrates Brooklyn’s richly ethnic neighborhoods.

Trendsetting Gluten-Free Chef Speaks to CIA Graduates
Franklin Becker CIA AlumnusFranklin Becker, chef/owner of The Little Beet in New York City, delivered the commencement address at The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) on September 26. The Little Beet is a popular gluten-free take-out spot in Manhattan, and the 1993 CIA graduate is using it to share the message of turning healthy eating into a way of life.

  
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