Graduate Seminar

Spring Seminars are held Tuesdays, 3:30-4:30 p.m., in FScN Room 23 unless otherwise noted. See the schedule below. 

Coordinators: David Baumler ( Food Science) and Craig Hassel (Nutrition)

February 6

Decolonizing Food & Nutrition Sciences 
Craig Hassel, Associate Professor, Food Science and Nutrition

February 13

Lauren Millen, MS Nutrition Student
Advisers: Dr. Marla Reicks and Dr. Zata Vickers

February 20

Fermentability of Novel Type-4 Resistant Starches in an In Vitro System
Jennifer Erickson, MS Food Science Student
Adviser: Dr. Joanne Slavin

February 27

Role of Fat Crystallization in Bakery and Confectionary Products
Serpil Metin
Cargill R&D

March 6

How FSMA will affect the safety of Pet Food
Melanie Marquez, MS Food Science Student
Adviser: Dr. Joellen Feirtag

TBD
Stefanie Havemeier,  MS Food Science Student
Adviser: Dr. Joanne Slavin

March 13

Spring Break

March 20

Willie Hendrickson
Aveka Corp

March 27

Perennial Wheatgrass (Thinopyrum intermedium): How bran levels and dough conditioners affect dough rheology, stickiness and bread quality?
Jaya Banjade, MS Food Science Student
Advisers: Dr. Len Marquart and Dr. Tonya Schoenfuss

April 3

Sugar as part of the Global Dietary Guidelines
Alexis Weisser, MS Nutrition Student
Adviser: Dr. Joanne Slavin

TBD
Rylee Ahnen , MS Nutrition Student

Adviser: Dr. Joanne Slavin

April 10

Obesity and the Role of Adipose Tissue in Metabolism and Energy Homeostasis
Feng Liu, PhD

April 17

One Seed to Rule Them All: Protein and Fiber Characterization from Camelina Sativa
Claire Boyle, MS Food Science Student
Adviser: Dr. Baraem (Pam) Ismail

April 24

Metabolic Analysis of IPL Treated Milk Powder
Qingqing Mao, MS Nutrition Student
Adviser: Dr. Chi Chen

May 1

Metabolic Differences in Holstein Cows
John Kurtz, MS Nutrition Student
Adviser: Dr. Chi Chen

May 8

Correlation of Parenting Practices of Role Modeling and Veggie Meter readings
Patricia Arellano, MS Nutrition Student 
Adviser: Dr. Marla Reicks

Past seminar schedules and recordings can be found on the Graduate Seminar Archive.