Food Science Seminar

Food Science Seminar is a graduate-level course that allows current food science students to present and discuss their current research projects. Seminars are held at 3:05 pm each Monday in FDSC D2.

Fall 2017 Schedule

Date Speaker Title of Presentation
September 11 Aaron Bodie Antimicrobials to control Listeria monocytogenes in RTE meats
  Andrew Micciche Vibrio vulnificus
September 18

Dr. Michael Rothrock
Research Microbiologist, USDA-ARS

Using a systems-based farm-to-fork approach to address poultry-related food safety issues

September 25

Dr. Sun Ae Kim
Center for Food Safety, University of Arkansas

Food safety and the microbiome

October 2

Nate Stebbins

Natural colorants: The fate of anthocyanins over storage


Shantae Wilson

Infrared treatment of corn

October 9

Dr. D. Keith Roper
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Arkansas

Pathogen capture and analysis via electromagnetically tunable flow through permeable media

October 16  


October 23 Earl Wells
Director of Quality Systems, Pictsweet

Transforming culture into performance at "The Pictsweet Company"

October 30 Shad Mohammadi   Rice discoloration
  Dylan Martinez Millenials knowledge of norovirus mitigation practices

November 6

Dr. Chase Rainwater
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Arkansas

Risk assessment in poultry production systems

November 13

Dr. Dale Thompson
Department of Computer Science, University of Arkansas

Cybersecurity: Why should I care?

November 20

Robert Fuller

Turmeric as a potential antimicrobial in chickens


Cailin Dawley

Ozone washing of produce

November 27

Matt Chapko

Effect of product temperature on the sensory perception of foods/beverages