Study Design and Quantitative Methods for Food Science
FDSCTE 6400 This graduate-level course is designed to introduce students to research study design and data analytic methods commonly used in food science. Since study planning is critical to the success of any research project, this course will focus prim ...
Graduate Student Awards and Recognition
Each year, the department recognizes a number of achievements of our graduate students. Listed below are the awards and the names of the recipients. OUTSTANDING TEACHING ASSISTANT AWARD – The objective of this award is to motivate and encourage graduate s ...
Food Composition and Function
FDSCTE 4600 This course provides a comprehensive introduction to diverse and modern topics in Food Composition and Function. At the end of the course, students should have clear understanding of the macro-components of foods, understand basic food chemist ...
Food Supply-Chain Equipment Operations
FDSCTE 3400 The focus of this course is description of equipment used throughout the food supply chain from harvest/assembly to preparation for consumption. After completing this course, students will recognize how equipment systems are assembled within a ...
Metabolomics, Principles and Practice
FDSCTE 7600 Introduces students to the principles and practice of metabolomics. Metabolomics is the study of the totality of small molecules existing within a system. We will focus here on the application of metabolomics to plant, food, nutrition and heal ...
Nicole Arnold Assistant Professor and Field Specialist, Food Safety email@example.com 381 Campbell Hall 1787 Neil Avenue Nicole Arnold, Ph.D. received her B.S. and M.S. degrees in Food Science from North Carolina State University and her Ph.D. in Food S ...
FDSCTE 7641 Chemical, physical, biological, and functional properties of food carbohydrates and their interactions with other food components. Prereq: 2400 or equiv., 5600 or equiv., or permission of instructor. Check with the FST graduate student coordin ...
Dr. Sheryl Barringer
Dr. Sheryl Barringer Professor firstname.lastname@example.org http://u.osu.edu/sherylbarringer 614-688-3642 317 Parker Food Science and Technology Building 2015 Fyffe Road Sheryl A. Barringer is a Professor in the Department of Food Science and Technology at The Oh ...
FDSCTE 7670 This course will provide students with an understanding of the chemical stimuli that impact flavor perception, analytical approaches to characterize flavor stimuli, mechanisms of flavor formation, flavor-ingredient interactions, and industrial ...
Theresa Parr email@example.com 240H Parker Food Science and Technology Building 2015 Fyffe Road- Any- Journal article Book/book chapter Report Working paper Policy brief Presentation Data ...