Webinars

The National Association of College & University Food Services (NACUFS) offers several webinars throughout the year for professional development. Aligned with the NACUFS Collegiate Dining Body of Knowledge™ , NACUFS’ webinars provide you with opportunities for professional development on an individual level or to expand the opportunity to your team members.

The webinars are available live or on-demand, and tie into the NACUFS Development Map, a professional development tool for collegiate dining professionals! Participants who join the live webinar have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with other participants.

 

For upcoming webinars, click here.

 
 
Engaging Students in New Facility Design at MIT
 

Campus & Community Engagement Knowledge Domain

Now Available in the NACUFS Store.

 

Join NACUFS and presenter Naomi Carton, Associate Dean Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), as she shares the process to design, develop, and implement a new, first-year residential community at MIT. Naomi will share how to engage students in a dining facility, ways to engage academic for-credit courses, and how to creatively work with housing to think about the new residence and future dining location during this 15-minute webinar.

 
Flexible Foodservice Options during COVID-19…and Beyond!
 

Business Administration Knowledge Domain: Systems & Technology

 

Being able to offer flexible foodservice options to students is imperative in expanding sales, increasing engagement, and improving service levels. What does this mean now, as we are in the midst of a pandemic and of course, what happens beyond COVID-19?

 

Join NACUFS and speaker Benjamin Anderson, Head of Industry Relations, Grubhub Campus, as he shares his experience in working to implement best-in-class ordering technology into dining environments during this one-hour webinar.

 
NACUFS Hosts Experts from the CDC
 

Guest Experience Domain: Physical Environment, Risk Management

As the COVID-19 Pandemic progresses, safety and regulations have continued to develop. Join NACUFS and experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as they share insight how to keep employees and guests safe. They also share symptoms of COVID and at what point employees should be excluded from work, what to do when an employee tests positive, air circulation facts and solutions, front of house disinfecting procedures, and more!

 

Sourcing and Recruiting Talent through Community Engagement
 

Campus & Community Engagement Knowledge Domain

Now Available in the NACUFS Store.

 

Foodservice is a career where people of many backgrounds and skill sets can find fulfillment and contribute their talents to enrich the lives of guests through food and hospitality.

 

Join NACUFS and speaker David Murphy, district manager, Bon Appetit, Washington University Dining Services, as he shares ways collegiate foodservice can utilize partnerships with organizations who employ and mentor individuals with special needs in the workforce. David will also share the powerful impact these partnerships can create with staff, provide information on what considerations are needed to set up these partnerships, ways to mitigate risk and liability, and how to share the positive success of the program to the entire campus community.

 
 

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