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Celebrity chef Justin Warner holds up a chicken for the cameras in the new teaching kitchen at Carnegie Mellon University. Cameras in the space capture the action so participants can get a closer look.

Dining services makes improvements for students at Carnegie Mellon University

Food service at the university, which is run by Chartwells, upgraded a beloved campus restaurant, unveiled a new food truck concept and built a teaching kitchen.

In November, celebrity chef Justin Warner held up a prepped chicken for the cameras. But it wasn’t for a show on Food Network. It was a cooking demonstration at Carnegie Mellon University in the college’s new teaching kitchen, part of a multifaceted upgrade to the dining services facilities this year.

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