Villanova Dining Services
106 Dougherty Hall
Congratulations this year's recipients of the Nancy W. Carrier $1,000 Scholarship; Gina Mancelli and Briana Elson from Villanova University. A total of twenty-nine eligible and amazing applicants this year made it a difficult task to narrow it down to only two winners. All are to be saluted for their hard work and accomplishments(More)
The North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers has honored several industry Leaders including Tim Dietzler, Director of Dining Services with a Doctorate of Food Service. (More)
Tim Dietzler, Director of Dining Services was installed as president of the National Association of College and University Food Services at the July Conference in Boston. ( More.)
Community supported agriculture shares from the Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative offer organic produce and promote healthier eating ( Read the article.)
While attending the NACUFS Leadership Institute hosted by Tyson Foods, Michelle Moss and other institute attendees pitch and give to Tyson's relief efforts ( Read the article.)
Tim Dietzler is a modest fellow, but that has not been a barrier to his impressive track record at Villanova University. ( Read the article.)
Dining Services Director Tim Dietzler is honored with an article in Food Service Director Magazine ( Read the article.)
Mahbod Seraj writes about his visit to Villanova and mentions the One Book Dinner prepared by dining services. ( Read the blog.)
FSD spoke to Tim Dietzler, director of dining at 6,400-student Villanova University in Villanova, Pa., about the importance of e-marketing. Dietzler speaks about how employing several of these new techniques can help get Dining Services' messages out. (Read the Article...)
Tim Dietzler can see the future, or so his staff believes. As director of Dining Services for Villanova University in Pennsylvania, Dietzler’s willingness to embrace and implement trends, such as increased variety, healthy and culinary-based menu development and environmental initiatives, helps to satisfy the University’s 10,000 students. (Read the Article...)
With the publication of the College Sustainability Report Card 2010, more than 1,100 school survey responses from over 300 institutions are now available online. In total, these surveys offer more than 10,000 pages of data collected from colleges and universities during the summer of 2009. (Read the Article...)
In an effort to cut down on non-renewable resources, Villanova Dining Services is now offering NatureWorks products in the Italian Kitchen and Corner Grille. (Read the Article...)
In June 2008, members of The National Association of College & University Food Services were invited to tell about the resources available at their institutions for the gluten-free college student with celiac disease. (Read the Article...)
Potatoes are "hot stuff" at the "1 Potato, 2 Potato, 3 Potato, 4" Potato Bar in the newly renovated Dougherty Hall on the Villanova University campus in Villanova, PA. (Read the Article...)
Villanova Dining Services and Aqua Health Waters donate to charities (Read More...)
College and university dining operations are being squeezed by the economy but won't cut commitments to quality and the environment. (Read the Article...)
In the fall of 2007, the Italian Kitchen / Corner Grille generated an average of 100 bags of trash per day. Approximately 80% of the customers in IK/CG eat there, only 20% of their business is take out. By using reusable products, the daily trash in the IK/CG can be reduced to 10 bags per day, and by using NatureWorks products, all of that can be composted. The new NatureWorks products offered in the IK/CG require 65% less fossil fuels to produce than traditional plastic products.
Dining Services Director Timothy Dietzler and his team were recently featured on the front cover of the June 2007 edition of Food Management, a leading industry publication. Highlighted is Villanova Dining Services' unique philosophy for "supporting the mission" at Villanova University.
Villanova Dining Services Team Members successfully complete the requirements set by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation for the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification, which is recognized by the International Food Safety Council.
The Ivy Award is one of the most prestigious awards in the foodservice industry. Villanova Dining Service is proud to a member of the Ivy Society. The award article published in Restaurants and Institutions magazine can be found here.
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