Angela Shaw says bird flu does not affect food safety: Angela Shaw, an assistant professor in food science and human nutrition and extension specialist in food safety, gave her expert opinion on The Poultry Site about the avian influenza and how it affects consumers. Shaw said, “Consumers should feel safe to eat properly cooked and prepared meat and eggs from poultry.” Shaw was also featured on Iowa State University and Extension and Outreach’s website.
The public is invited to interact with students as they present posters for an innovative new learning community exploring problems related to world hunger. The World Hunger Integrative Assignments Learning Community Poster Session will be held on Thursday, April 23, 6:10-7:00 pm, Memorial Union Pioneer Room. Students from ANTHRO 332 (Peoples and Cultures of Native North America), FSHN 480 (Professional Communication in Food Science and Human Nutrition), HORT 424 (Sustainable and Environmental Horticulture Systems), and NREM 460 (Controversies in Natural Resource Management) will share their teamwork on 29 problem-solving posters with attendees. Please join us to peruse and ponder the efforts and accomplishments of these students!
Do you know an ISU Alum that has made an impact in their profession or community? If you know an FSHN Alum that deserves recognition, please nominate them for the 2015 FSHN Alumni Impact Award! Nominations are due no later than April 20, 2015.
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