Endicott’s Brendan Cronin, Operations Manager and Assistant Professor in the Hospitality Management program, is known on campus for not only his culinary abilities, but his enthusiasm for teaching the finer points of hospitality and restaurant services.
Brendan also recently released his first book – half memoir, half cookbook, Cheffin’: From Potatoes to Caviar takes readers on a journey through Chef Cronin’s life, beginning in Ireland and roaming through kitchens worldwide.
See what milestones are recently been achieved by our active faculty – and as always, you can visit our Faculty Accomplishments webpage for additional, regularly-updated listings.
The summer issue (Volume 8, No. 3) of the journal for the Association for Science in Autism Treatment features an article from Dr. Thomas Zane, Professor of Education and Director of the Applied Behavior Analysis Online Program at The Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies Institute for Behavioral Studies. The article, “Apophenia: One Explanation for the Adoption of Fad Treatments in Autism,” discusses the possibility that a variety of new Autism treatments may be related to apophenia, the identification of meaningful patterns or connections in random or meaningless data.