In case you’ve just beamed down, Sullivan University’s National Center for Hospitality Studies regularly ranks among the top destinations for education and training in the culinary arts.
This source has Sullivan at 6th-best, nationally.
Given an “exemplary” rating by the American Culinary Federation, the Sullivan University National Center for Hospitality Studies offer associate’s degree programs that students can finish in eighteen months. Graduates of the program have gone on to work as chefs, nutritionists, food scientists, and more in a number of different places.
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A group of chefs from Sullivan University are working with high school students from around the country in a cooking contest to create meals for astronauts in outer space.
The contest, which is run through the NASA HUNCH program, which stands for High Schools United with NASA to Create Hardware, seeks to find the best recipe that meets different criteria for an astronaut’s diet in outer space. The students in the top groups will receive scholarship awards, with the first place team receiving full rides to Sullivan University. The winning recipe will also be made and launched into space, where it will become dinner for astronauts.
The contest judging was Thursday, with winners to be announced at a later date.