Nation’s Restaurant News speaks with Tim Ryan, president of the esteemed culinary school, about its new campuses and plans to incorporate other cuisines
The Culinary Institute of America has been on an expansion spree recently. The 66-year-old school based in Hyde Park, N.Y., opened its fourth campus, in Singapore, in 2010, and its San Antonio campus, which opened in 2008, will launch a new certificate program focusing on Latin American cuisines. CIA president Tim Ryan discussed the school’s recent changes with Nation’s Restaurant News. What’s behind the CIA’s recent expansion? We didn’t really have plans to ...
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