Culinary students laughing and smiling while working in the kitchen

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Faculty

  • Nancy Carey, Associate Professor, Baking and Pastry Arts
    Culinary and Hospitality Center (CHC), Room 2021H
    (630) 942-2059 
  • Michael Maddox, Assistant Professor, Culinary, Culinology, Baking and Pastry Arts
    Culinary and Hospitality Center (CHC), Room 2021K
    (630) 942-2720
  • Tim Meyers, Program Coordinator, Professor, Culinary, Culinology, Baking and Pastry Arts
    Culinary and Hospitality Center (CHC), Room 2021C
    (630) 942-3223

Full Time Faculty

Adjunct Faculty

Full Time Faculty

  • Michael Maddox, Assistant Professor, Culinary, Culinology, Baking and Pastry Arts
    Culinary and Hospitality Center (CHC), Room 2021K
    (630) 942-2720
  • Tim Meyers, Program Coordinator, Professor, Culinary, Culinology, Baking and Pastry Arts
    Culinary and Hospitality Center (CHC), Room 2021C
    (630) 942-3223

COD Stories

Nancy Carey

"Teaching allows me the ability to be in the kitchen promoting the craft and discipline of baking and pastry. I want to be part of a person's progress toward their definition of success." - Nancy Carey

Nancy's COD Story

COD Stories

David Kramer

"I hope my students take away a basic foundation of what to expect when they begin working in the hospitality industry, no matter at what capacity." - David Kramer

David's COD Story

COD Stories

Michael Maddox

“I hope students take away being professional, a great attitude, teamwork, and learning successful methods and techniques which can be applied in the industry." - Michael Maddox

Michael's COD Story

COD Stories

Tim Meyers

“What I truly love about teaching is giving the knowledge/skills to a person who knows little or nothing about a subject and watching them grow to become successful.” - Tim Meyers

Tim's COD Story

Chef Tim Meyers on WGN Lunchbreak

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Culinary Arts Professor Tim Meyers recently appeared on WGN Lunchbreak and shared several Thanksgiving recipes.