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food science


Food Science Alumna Profile: Nicole Law ’12

March 7, 2014 by | News

Nicole Law ’12, a graduate of Chapman University’s Food Science master’s program, recently shared her experience journeying from China to Chapman University and then starting her career with her current job as Food Safety Coordinator at Frieda’s. You can watch her profile above. Food Science is the discipline in which scientists use biology, chemistry, physical sciences,

March 19th: Annual Food Industry Networking Night

February 28, 2014 by | Events

The Food Science Master’s Program at Chapman University invites you to its Second Annual Food Industry Networking Night . The event is hosted by the Food Science Student Association at Chapman University and will be Wednesday, March 19th at 6pm. For more details and to RSVP, click here. All members of the food industry are invited and

Feb. 12 Science Forum with Kirsten Hirneisen, PhD: “Developing a Universal Enrichment Broth for Foodborne Bacterial Pathogens”

February 5, 2014 by | Events

Join us Wednesday, February 12th at noon in William Lyons Conference Center, Argyros Forum 209A . Kirsten Hirneisen, PhD, will present “Developing a Universal Enrichment Broth for Foodborne Bacterial Pathogens”.  Foodborne bacterial pathogens have been the cause of high profile outbreaks lately that have resulted in serious illnesses, hospitalizations and deaths. The talk will address how successful prevention of

Chapman University Food Science hosts Konica Minolta Food Color Measurement Workshop

January 6, 2014 by | Events

January 23, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Free registration, but space is limited Konica Minolta Sensing Americas presents a seminar on color measurement designed exclusively for the food industry. The essence of color quality control is accurate measurement and assessment, but even standard visual color assessments have limitations. Accurate and consistent color measurement is possible

Food Science Students Receive Industry Recognition from NAFFS

November 15, 2013 by | News

Congratulations to food science graduate students Sabrina Davis and Brendan Wong! The two were recognized by National Association of Flavor and Food-Ingredient Systems ( NAFFS ) and awarded the association’s 2013 west coast scholarship award. Patrick Imburgia, West Coast Scholarship Chair and Flavor Chemist of  Mission Flavors , presented the NAFFS West Coast scholarship awards

Food Science & Computational Science Graduate Program Information Sessions

November 8, 2013 by | News

The Office of Graduate Admission and Schmid College of Science & Technology are pleased to host information sessions for the MS/MBA Food Science and the MS/PhD Computational & Data Science degrees.  These sessions will be hosted by the program directors and admission representatives.  There will also be current students presenting, as well as answering questions. 

Register now for the Annual Food Entrepreneur’s Workshop

September 12, 2013 by | Events

From Recipe to Retail: An Entrepreneur’s Workshop on Leading Strategies for Success in the Retail Food Industry Need help in converting your recipe into a commercial formulation? Where will you manufacture your product? How will you finance your business? The Chapman University Food Science Program and the Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics will

Upcoming Science Forum Series: Effects of Climate Change on Food Safety

April 11, 2013 by | News

Schmid College of Science and Technology continues its Science Forum Series next Wednesday with Dr. Rosalee Hellberg, Assistant Professor, Microbial Food Ecology. This talk will provide an overview of the potential effects of climate change and variability on food safety and food-borne illness.  Numerous environmental factors, including temperature, acidity, oxygen availability and rainfall can impact

Film Screening of “A Place at the Table”

April 9, 2013 by | Events

A Place at the Table is a film that explores how we have the means to end hunger and malnutrition in America, yet many of our national policies and food industry resources make it almost impossible to do so. The film covers an important discussion that is taking place in the Chapman University Food Science

Food Science students defeat defending champions in regional competition

March 12, 2013 by | News

Chapman Food Science students win the regional Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) College Bowl competition and advance. This past weekend, Chapman University hosted the 28th Annual IFT Mountain West Food Science area meeting and College Bowl Competition.  Six schools attended and five of them competed for a spot in the national competition.  After a

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