Through acclaimed degree programs, industry
leadership initiatives, and strategic partnerships,
the CIA works to elevate the image and status of
professionally educated chefs; expand the scope,
depth, and diversity of their knowledge base; stretch
the reach of their impact on all sectors of the food and
foodservice industries; and challenge them to engage
actively in advancing the larger, social good.
The Greystone Flavor Summit brings together each spring a select group of top food and beverage executives, corporate and executive chefs, and other experts in American foodservice and hospitality to explore, discuss, and taste their way through a stimulating, critical set of flavor and related kitchen, dining, and hospitality management issues.
The Culinary Institute of America has created the Augie™ award to commemorate the success and achievement of our industry’s best and brightest.
Food in America is undergoing a sea change. From the changing taste preferences and
values of Millennials to the accelerating impacts of health and environmental imperatives,
Americans have never been more engaged with discovery around food, flavor, and food issues.
reThink Food is conceived as a unique physical and intellectual space to gather like-minded food industry leaders, chefs, scientists and other academics, culinary experts, technologists, designers, marketers, and innovators in related industries.
Watch the live webcast of The Culinary Institute of America’s Menus of Change conference.
Registration for reThink Food 2016 is now open! reThink Food 2015 sold out, so be sure to register early!
Watch The Culinary Institute of America’s newest documentary series, World Culinary Arts: Korea!
The Culinary Institute of America’s Digital Media team offers a wide range of digital services, from website development to webcasting and online marketing to online education. Learn more here!