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Dining hall

A large room in a school or other institution for group dining.
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Mohammadi estimates that a drive to purchase and install Diebold electronic hand scanners in art of the campus dorms and dining halls would cost approximately $50,000, and that a push to integrate the devices into the campus network so they can communicate with each other could practically double that figure overnight.
Chefs and food services managers from universities serving some of America's healthy meals are available to discuss this national healthy-eating trend that began in the dining hall.
With such private-sector efforts aiming to entice students, "universities have to be competitive and utilize dining halls to [do] that," says Michael Paulus, a resident district manager for Chartwells.
Along with the residential dining halls, nearly all of the retail dining outlets on campus accept equivalency payments, says Ed Gilmore, resident district manager for Chartwells.
The campus' other three dining halls went through the same process and now have certified organic salad bars, as well.
As one of many environmental stewardship efforts ARAMARK brings to facility management programs, the company worked with five of its clients in higher education institutions to compete in RecycleMania 2005, which challenges colleges and universities to collect recyclables from residence halls, on-campus apartments and dining halls.
Hostel For 350 Students Each Along With Kitchen And Dining Halls For 200 Students Each.
This coveted certification is the first to encompass an entire university dining services department including Stanford Dining's 9 residential dining halls, 10 retail campus cafes, catering services, concessions and Schwab Executive Services.
Just as homeowners focus on their kitchens (and bath' rooms) in the quest for modernization, IHEs are looking to their dining halls for renewal, transforming them into Spaces that hit key retail notes with hospitable service (hello, hostess
We're going to be rolling out some of Berkeley's most popular components in other dining halls next year, and we expect volume purchases will help us control costs.
In subsequent months, the network deployment has grown to include over 150 APs serving 32 buildings, including classrooms, residence buildings, dining halls, a hotel/conference center, an elementary and middle schools, and field house.
Under the extension, ARAMARK will continue to manage food service for more than 20,000 students, staff, and faculty at six campus dining locations at the University of Pennsylvania, including three residential dining halls, two retail dining sites and one kosher restaurant.