Food science associate professor Ruben Morawicki was the keynote speaker at the International Food Ingredients & Additives Exhibition and Conference/Health Food Exposition Conference in Japan.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Ruben Morawicki, an associate professor of food science in the U of A’s Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences and with the System Division of Agriculture, recently presented speeches on food sustainability and food waste in Japan.
The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry turned the second floor of the SAGE Center into an experiment lab.
OMSI took over the space at the Boardman museum Saturday for its Celebrate Oregon Agriculture event, a chance to share some of their popular exhibits and further hone the food science exhibits they use in their outreach program.
R2-D2, Johnny 5 and Rosie – robots serving people food has long been a science fiction theme. On Friday, GEN Korean BBQ House in Montclair made it happen.
Our client is a family-owned dairy company with more than 160 years of service. Their name has been synonymous with fresh, quality dairy products that taste great. They have grown into one of the country’s largest branded dairy operators with approximately 3,000 employees and 13 manufacturing plants throughout the United States.
Reporting to the Sr. Operations Director, the Director of Operations will oversee the manufacturing activities of multiple sites in Upstate NY, ensuring manufacturing/warehousing cost, safety standards, and quality standards are achieved.
Our client is a manufacturer of high-quality baked goods for the foodservice and in-store bakery market. They are a Company that values team loyalty, honor, excellence, enthusiasm, and most importantly, seeking improvement every day. They challenge their team members to develop their talents, excel, and constantly contribute to the Company. They are a company that thrives on diversity, and they want people who share their values and bring passion to their job. They have a new opportunity for a Director of Human Resources at their 2nd plant located in the Midwest. They are looking for a positive, friendly person who flourishes in a high-energy environment where their contribution makes a difference.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences announced March 8 an agreement with SUNY Broome Community College that enhances opportunities for students to complete a degree in Cornell’s Department of Food Science.
The agreement formalizes cooperation between Cornell and SUNY Broome to prepare qualified students for transfer into CALS while on track to earn a bachelor’s degree with a focus in either food science or food operations and management. Known as a 2+2 program, the agreement will allow students to complete the first two years of their bachelor’s degree program at SUNY Broome, then give them the option to transfer to CALS for their final two years.