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  • CIA students pursuing the college's new concentration in Italian cuisines will spend 15 weeks in Puglia, studying at Castello di Ugento. The restored castle features a walled kitchen garden

    Future chefs and food business leaders studying at The Culinary Institute of America can now immerse themselves in an academic concentration in Italian cuisines and culture that includes a 15-week study trip to Italy.

    Hudson River Sloop Clearwater announces Chefs for Clearwater, a new partnership of leading Hudson Valley chefs, The Culinary Institute of America (CIA), and Clearwater, aimed at spreading awareness of critical issues involving sustainability and food ethics, and how it relates to the Hudson Valley watershed.

    In a pair of commencement ceremonies at the New York campus of The Culinary Institute of America, 198 new graduates launched careers in the exciting food world.

    The Food Business School (FBS), the center for executive education of The Culinary Institute of America (CIA), invites entrepreneurs, industry insiders, and graduate students in food studies to join FBS Dean Will Rosenzweig for a free online conversation on August 3 from 5–6 p.m. PT.

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