Andrea Feldman

Andrea Feldman is a writer with JWU’s University Marketing team, with a special focus on culinary topics. She is an unrepentant Anglophile, a music and food obsessive with a fetish for luxuriously packaged objects (especially books), and an armchair traveler.

Recent Posts

Nine JWU students competed and networked at the 2024 New York Produce Show.

Plant-Based Opportunity at the New York Produce Show

Desserts in a row

2024 James Beard Awards Highlight JWU Alumni Excellence

Contest winner Emma Smith '25 (center) and the other competitors pose with the judges of the competition.

A Festive Cocktail Competition for the Holidays

Kaitlyn Rabb, the policy analyst for Rhode Island KIDS Count, and Quatia “Q” Osorio, the executive director of the Urban Perinatal Education Center, in front of a slide about community-led childbirth and postpartum education.

How Community Action Can Improve Black Maternal Health Outcomes

Provost Richard Wiscott, Ph.D.; Maria Ducharme, DNP, RN, board member and Miriam Hospital president; JWU Chancellor Mim Runey, LP.D.; Sandra Affenito, Ph.D., vice chancellor of academic administration; Suzan Menihan, DNP, CNM, chief nursing officer and program director; and Providence Campus President Marie Bernardo-Sousa, LP.D. '92, cut the ribbon to officially open the space.

JWU Providence Unveils New Nursing Facilities

Interior of the Noma pop-up at the Ace Hotel, Kyoto.

Destination Japan: A Trip to Noma’s Kyoto Residency

Closeup of the finished summer rice bowl.

Summer Recipe: Vegan “Tuna” Poké Bowl

Various pamphlets from harm reduction organization Project Weber/RENEW fanned out on a table.

Centering Equity & Empathy in the Treatment of Substance Use Disorder

Lemon tartlets surrounded by an assortment of cut and whole lemons.

JWU Recipes: Springtime Lemon Curd

Group photo of the Top 10 Young Chef Olympiad contestants, including JWU student Chentelle Gonsalves (third from left).

JWU Earns a Global Win at the Young Chef Olympiad

Notebooks, stationery and pens branded with the logo of JWU Providence’s 2023 FIT Symposium.

Building Culinary Communities at the 2023 FIT Symposium

Chef Sean Sherman of NATIFS.org and Owamni on stage at JWU Providence.

Chef Sean Sherman at JWU: ‘The Future Is Indigenous’

Heart-shaped ravioli pasta and heart-shaped cookie cutters arranged in a row on a floured cutting board.

JWU Recipes: Heart-Shaped Beet Ravioli

Seasoned tomatoes and carrots before going in the oven to roast.

Quick & Easy Combo: Tomato Soup and Grilled Cheese

Javier Rodriguez and Alyssa Moise prepping apple pie filling in the FIDL kitchen.

A+ Apples: Fall Pie Recipe Does Triple Duty