February/March 2023 Department Highlights
celebrates graduate student success in publishing high quality research in a timely manner. Dr. Sheryl ... highlighted a joint project between Dr. ‘VM’ Bala Balasubramaniam and Dr. Abigail Snyder of Cornell University ...
level FdScTe. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs or 4 completions. This course is progress graded ...
Implicit Associations, Insidious Assumptions: Unintended Manifestations of Bias in Everyday Life
implicit biases. During the session participants will complete and discuss an Implicit Association Test ...
Pancakes won’t turn you into a zombie as in HBO’s ‘The Last of Us,’ but fungi in flour have been making people sick for a long time
additives in bread but not in a powdered mix. Mycotoxins The biggest risk from fungi is not that it will ... eye on mycotoxin levels during crop production and storage. Just make sure you cook your bakery ...
Difficult Conversations: Communicating Effectively Across Difference
is very different from you and didn't know how to approach it? Conversations between people with ...
Study Design and Quantitative Methods for Food Science
FDSCTE 6400 This graduate-level course is designed to introduce students to research study design ...
Food Product Development
testing, development of prototypes, process optimization and consumer testing. Prereq: 2400, and Sr ...
Water Contamination: Sources and Health Impact
chemical contaminants, their exposure risks, tracking methods, linking to other environmental matrices and ...
Food Safety and Public Health
foodborne pathogens, hazards, toxins and allergens; risk assessment, sanitation, and pest control in foods. ...
Chocolate chemistry – a food scientist explains how the beloved treat gets its flavor, texture and tricky reputation as an ingredient
present in the fermented cacao beans. Roasting brings them together under high heat, which causes the ... also what creates the flavor of freshly baked bread, roasted meat and coffee. The similarity between ...