Posts Tagged ‘food’

Feeding future populations is the issue at 2012 Commissioner’s Series kick-off session

N.C. Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler (center) and panelists (front, from left) Norris Tolson, John Vollmer, Julie Groce, Reggie Strickland and David Smith are backed by CALS student members of Alpha Zeta at the March 21 Commissioner's Series event.

The event was the first of two sessions in this year’s Commissioner’s Speaker Series, hosted by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ Agricultural Institute, Agri-Life Council, Alpha Zeta and the CALS Alumni and Friends Society. The next session is April 11.

Lecturer shares USAID experience of feeding the world

Guest lecturer Iowa State University Professor Dr. Max Rothschild has spent the last year as a Jefferson Science Fellow at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in Washington, sharing his ideas on how healthy livestock can play a key role in helping feed the world.

Simunovic honored with Tung Award

picture of Dr. Josip Simunovic

Dr. Josip Simunovic, research associate professor in the Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences, has been honored with the Marvin A. Tung Achievement Award given by the Institute for Thermal Processing Specialists.

Klaenhammer honored with Harris Award

Picture of Dr. Todd Klaenhammer

Dr. Todd Klaenhammer, university distinguished professor and William Neal Reynolds professor of food, bioprocessing and nutrition sciences, is the 2012 recipient of the Harris Award for Excellence in Food Science and Technology given by the Ohio State University Department of Food Science and Technology.

Acidified foods workshop offered in Asheville

pickles

The “Acidified Foods Better Process Control School” will be held in Asheville Feb. 22-24. This entrepreneurs’ workshop will be led by the N.C. State University Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences Extension Program, in cooperation with the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

Food safety leader joins N.C. State faculty

Picture of Dr. Barbara Kowalcyk

The chief executive officer of the Center for Foodborne Illness Research and Prevention has joined the North Carolina State University faculty.

Institute gets Grand Challenges Explorations grant

Dr. Mary Ann Lila

The Plants for Human Health Institute will receive funding through the Grand Challenges Explorations program designed to enable researchers to test unorthodox ideas that address persistent health and development challenges.

Costa Rican institute president will deliver 2011 Borlaug Lecture

Julio Calvo

Dr. Julio César Calvo Alvarado, rector (president) of Instituto Tecnologico de Costa Rica, will deliver the 2011 Borlaug Distinguished Lecture on Global Service to Society and Environment at N.C. State University on Oct. 31. The event is open to the campus community and will be followed by a reception and an open circle discussion with Calvo.

NUTS for Nutrition

Harrison Riggs, Alice Raad and Musa Koroma

Student volunteers help low-income, low-resource parents and their children learn about the importance of good nutrition and healthy eating through a program called Nutrition NUTS. Developed by Suzie Goodell, assistant professor of food, bioprocessing and nutrition sciences, Nutrition NUTS (which stands for “Nutrition Understanding Through Service”) focuses on obesity prevention.

Better berries for a better economy

Jeremy Pattison is working to bread a better strawberry for North Carolina.

The N.C. Strawberry Project is a joint venture of N.C. State’s Plants for Human Health Institute at the N.C. Research Campus in Kannapolis and Johnson & Wales University, an internationally recognized culinary institution with a campus in Charlotte.

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