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University of Wisconsin College Names Ricke a Distinguished Alumnus
Steven C. Ricke, director of the Center for Food Safety, has been named a Distinguished Alumnus by the University of Wisconsin College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
Division of Agriculture Food Safety Scientist Honored With Research Award
Steven C. Ricke, professor of food science, received the Evonik Corporation Award for Achievement in Poultry Science at the annual international Poultry Science Association meeting.
International Association Recognizes Division of Agriculture Food Science Professor
The International Association of Food Protection recognized Steven C. Ricke, professor of food science for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, with the 2019 Fellow Award.
Interdisciplinary Researchers, Business Leaders Exchange Ideas at ASCENT Workshop
The workshop drew representatives from leading industries in Arkansas and neighboring states, and faculty from computer science and computer engineering, industrial engineering, and food science.
Seo, Smith Earn Bumpers College Gamma Sigma Delta Faculty Awards
Professors Han-Seok Seo in food science and Kathy Smith in apparel merchandising and product development are winners of the faculty awards in Bumpers College.
Food Science's Buescher Spreads Germ Education at Har-Ber High School
Rosa Buescher of Bumpers College recently hit the road to spread, not germs, but germ education to high school students, talk about food safety, food science careers and STEM education.
Parents and Their Children Can Earn $500 for Participating in Nutrition Study
The Department of Food Science is recruiting families with at least one overweight/obese child between the ages of 6-12 to participate in a nutrition study examining the effect of dietary supplementation.