In The News—March 2015, Part 2

newspaper-154444_1280 communicatorAcademy of Culinary Arts Chef Educator Vincent Tedeschi was featured here in the Cherry Hill Courier Post, highlighting a kale smoothie recipe.

“For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf,” a production held at the college, was featured here by  The Press of Atlantic City.

The Academy of Culinary Arts was mentioned here in this story about Assaggio Restaurant published by At The Shore.

The college was mentioned here by ShoreNewsToday.com regarding the upcoming production of “Shrek Jr.” at the college.

ShoreNewsToday.com also posted this release about upcoming health and nursing career information sessions being offered at Atlantic Cape.

The college was mentioned here by the Cape May County Herald about Cape May County Department of Tourism’s recent PR recognition.

ShoreNewsToday.com previewed the Restaurant Gala, as well as highlighted the culinary noncredit training programs we offer, in this article.

A reemployment initiative funded by federal grants is being hosted at the college’s Atlantic City Campus, and was featured here by NJ.com, as well as here by The Press of Atlantic City. CasinoScamReport.com also featured this story.

Rutgers summer classes being offered at Atlantic Cape campuses were featured here by The Press of Atlantic City, as well as here by NorthJersey.com.

Kelly McClay, dean of the Academy of Culinary Arts, was quoted in this article from The Press of Atlantic City.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, vice president, Planning, Research, Facilities & Executive Support, was quoted in this article from The Press of Atlantic City.

The Restaurant Gala was featured here by Atlantic City Weekly, as well as here by At The Shore.

The increase of tuition and fees at Atlantic Cape was covered here by ShoreNewsToday.com, as well as here by The Press of Atlantic City.

The Women’s History Month Art Show displayed at the college’s Cape May County Campus was previewed here by The Middle Township Gazette.

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