Student Night & Poster Presentations
Wednesday, February 12, 2020
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The following posters will be displayed at Student Night on Wednesday, February 12:
Design and Development of Laboratory Scale Hydroponic System for
Growing Sweet Basil Using Plasma Activated Nutrient Solution (PANS)
Presented by: Manasi Date
Effects of Photosensitizer Curcumin in Inactivating Foodborne Pathogens on Chicken Skin
Presented by: Jingwen Gao
Validation of Existing Combase Models For Suitability in Ten Different Types of Whole Uncut Fresh Produce
Presented by: Marina Girbal
High Pressure-Assisted Infusion of Calcium into Baby Carrots
Presented by: Noopur Gosavi
The Evaluation of Using Household Washing Solution to Inactivate Antibiotics
Authors: Xin Luo and Karl R. Matthews
Cost Reduction of Acid Whey Pollution and Iron-Protein Supplement Production
by the Application of Electrocoagulation
Presented by: Chi Nguyen
From Waste to a Product: Iron-Protein Supplement Production
from Acid Whey Using Electrocoagulation Processing
Presented by: Nicolle C. Radeke and Chi Nguyen
Biosynthesis of Novel Polymethoxy Flavones Using a New Strain of Yeast
Presented by: Shiwei Su
Analyzing Diet-Induced Changes in the Gut Microbiota
Presented by: Kevin Tveter
Salivary Protein Levels after Exposure
Comparative Analysis of Bioavailability, Biotransformation and Excretion of Nobiletin
in Normal and Obese Rate
Presented by Man Zhang
Poster Presentations & Scholarships for Graduate and Undergraduate Students
The New York Institute of Food Technologists (NYIFT) is proud to announce its 2019-2020 Students Awards Program. NYIFT with its Central New Jersey subsection will again sponsor scholarship awards at the section level and through the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT). In addition, a Poster Competition will be held in conjunction with Student Night. These awards represent the NYIFT’s commitment to the growth of up and coming Food Scientists. These programs are outlined below:
The NYIFT sponsors one Graduate ($1,500) and two Undergraduate ($1,000 each) IFT Scholarships. Information for these scholarships can be found at www.ift.org
SCHOLARSHIP FOR A DEPENDENT OF NYIFT MEMBER
The NYIFT awards one scholarship to a dependent of an NYIFT or CNJIFT member. Applications must be post-marked by the deadline of December 2, 2019. Download Dependent Scholarship Application
The NYIFT Scholarship Program will seek to award three (3) Graduate Scholarships at $1,500 each and two (2) Undergraduate Scholarships at $1,000 each.
Download GRADUATE Scholarship Application
Download UNDERGRADUATE Scholarship Application
The Program plan is as follows:
January 13, 2020 FILING DEADLINE FOR SCHOLARSHIPS!
Completed applications are to be converted to PDF and sent to Ms. Debbie Koch (email@example.com), Room 107, Food Science Bldg., Rutgers University, no later than January 13, 2020 . Applications filed after the deadline will not be considered.
Jan. 2, 2020 – Jan. 13, 2020 Sign up for interview time (please see Ms. Debbie Koch, Dept. of Food Science Office)
January 24, 2020 Scholarship Interviews and Judging
January 31, 2020 Alternate date for Scholarship Interviews and Judging (contingent on weather)
To be eligible for one of these scholarships:
- The candidate must be a student at the time of the application
- Candidate must have paid his/her IFT and NY Section membership dues for that year
- Candidate must have a GPA of 3.0 or better
- Candidate must be majoring or completing courses in Food Science, Food Technology, Food Engineering, Culinology, or Culinary Arts at a college or higher level.
- Candidate must be enrolled in an IFT accredited Food Science Program
- Candidate applying for the Dependent Scholarship must have a parent who is an IFT and NYIFT Member
The Scholarships are awarded to those academically qualified students who are selected by the Awards Committee following personal interviews. Awards will be presented at “Student Night” at the February 12, 2020 meeting, and recipients attend as guests of NYIFT.
Previous recipients are encouraged to continue their participation.
As part of the “Student Night” Program, interested students are encouraged to present their research. Poster presentations will be judged by the Awards Committee prior to Student Night. Monetary awards ($500 – first place, $300 – secondary place and $200 – third place) will be presented to the top three presenters at the Student Night Meeting on February 12, 2020. All students participating in the Poster presentation at the February meeting are invited to attend the dinner that follows free of charge.
Following is a time line for the Poster Competition:
February 3, 2020 – FILING DEADLINE FOR THE POSTER ABSTRACTS
Abstracts must be emailed as a PDF and sent to Ms. Debbie Koch (firstname.lastname@example.org), Room 107, Food Science Bldg., Rutgers University, no later than January 31, 2020. Please sign up for poster judging time (please see Ms. Debbie Koch, Dept. of Food Science Office)
February 12, 2020 Poster Judging (afternoon before dinner meeting)
All reasonable material costs associated with preparation of the posters will be borne by the NYIFT. Reimbursement of expenses will be handled through the Food Science Club. Receipts for poster supplies are required.
We would like to take this opportunity to encourage you to participate in these programs and wish those who do GOOD LUCK!
These scholarships are only a small part of what the NYIFT and its Central New Jersey subsection have to offer. To gain a better understanding about the Food Industry and to meet professionals involved in the industry, all you have to do is to attend the monthly meetings. The cost to you is your time and a nominal (subsidized) cost for your meal. The rewards are truly immeasurable! We hope to see you at meetings.