|FSHN attends AOCS in Montreal|
Several FSHN faculty and staff attended the 104th Annual meeting of the American Oil Chemists Society (AOCS) in Montreal April 28 - May 1, 2013 to present their work, lead sessions, and receive awards.
|Ruth Litchfield named Associate Chair|
Ruth MacDonald, professor and chair of the department of food science and human nutrition, is pleased to announce that Ruth Litchfield, associate professor and nutrition extension specialist, has been named associate chair of the department.
|Welcome Nuria Acevedo|
In February, FSHN welcomed Dr. Nuria Acevedo to the faculty as assistant professor. After making stops in many places through the America’s, she and her family are happy to have made a home in Ames.
|Announcing 2013-2014 FSHN Student Ambassadors|
We are proud to announce the names of students selected to be FSHN Ambassadors. This inaugural group of Ambassadors is made up of both undergraduate and graduate students across our majors who will serve in this capacity in the 2013-2014 academic year.
|April 2013 News Notes|
Read news notes from faculty, staff, and students for April 2013.
|VEISHEA 2013 a success!|
Another successful VEISHEA has ended. But the many FSHN students, faculty, and staff who participated will always have their memories and photos. In case you missed all the events, keep reading for a brief recap.
|Algal Production Facility Open House|
The BioCentury Research Farm will host an open house to showcase its new Algal Production Facility on Thursday, May 16 from 3 to 5 p.m.
|FSHN Heading to EB 2013|
Going to Experimental Biology in Boston? Don’t miss the following FSHN faculty and students who will be presenting at the meeting. Be sure to congratulate Matt Rowling, recipient of the 2013 Bio-Serv Award in Experimental Animal Nutrition from the American Society for Nutrition (ASN). And don’t miss the ISU reception on April 22 at 7 pm, location in the official program.
|Restoring a hidden treasure|
For many years it has been called a hidden treasure on the Iowa State University campus. The History of Dairying mural and fountain by Christian Petersen is tucked into the courtyard of the Food Sciences Building.
|Call for FSHN Student Ambassadors|
Dr. Ruth MacDonald, professor and chair, is pleased to announce the creation of FSHN Student Ambassadors.