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Welcome 2010-2011 FSC!! 1st Food Science Club Meeting August 24, 2010
Agenda: • Marcy Bullock: CALS Career Services & Calendar of Events • What is FSC, IFT, IFTSA, Dogwood, and Central Atlantic IFTSA? • Executive Board and Committee Intros
CALS Career Services • Marcy Bullock, Director • 111 Patterson Hall • 515-3249 • http://cals.ncsu.edu/career
Food Science Club Upcoming Events September: 4th – CALS Tailgate 14th – Butterball Dinner Fieldtrip 21st – Frito Lay 28th – Hershey’s 30th – IFT Dogwood Regional Meeting – Asheboro, NC October: 5th – General Mills 13th-24th – Dairy Bar 28th – CALS Career Expo November: 9th -- Mt. Olive Pickles Clorox
So what is the FSC? • Social networking • Get to know more of what you can do • Get to know the industry • Who can join the club? Anyone!!
NCSU Food Science Club • “Expand awareness of the field of food science within the university and throughout our communities” • Outreach programs • Public service • Undergraduate participation • New ideas, refresh the standards • Communication skills
Why I Want to be a FSC Member? • Free Dinners! • Fun Events! • Activities, Athletics, Trip Tour, Product Development, College Bowl and more • Service and Outreach Activities! • Opportunity for Internships and Scholarships! • Points!
What are “Points” Anyway? • Active members earn points! • The more active you are, the more points you earn! • Points translate to $$ in the spring! • Professional development (books, parking permits, etc)
What is the IFT and IFTSA? Professional association for food scientists • Community of students studying food science and technology • Over 2300 members • 8 Areas and 55 Chapters • Area meetings in spring (University of Delaware) • Annual Meeting in Summer (New Orleans, June 11-14, 2011)
Southeast Area Specialized divisions
Eligibility for IFT scholarships • Competitions, including Product Development, College Bowl, etc. • Opportunities to build your leadership skills • Access to the IFT Membership Directory and IFT Community online • IFT resources and contacts, including the IFT online Career Center • Savings on registration to the IFT Annual Meeting & Food Expo, the world’s largest food industry meeting and trade show • Make lots of contacts!!
IFTSA Involvement • IFTSA Past-President – Kelsey Ryan • IFTSA College Bowl Chair – Helen Melito • IFT Area Representative – Molly Brannock
IFT Winners 2010 Dairy Foods Division Poster Competition: 1st: EsraCakir2nd: Mina Kim3rd: Kelsey Ryan 5th: Pattarin Leksrisompong Dairy Foods Division Oral Competition: 2nd: MalloryeLovette3rd: Prasanth Mudgal Refrigerated & Frozen Foods Division Poster Competition: 2nd: Aswini Kumar Singh Jasrotia Food Chemistry Division Poster Competition: 3rd: Aaron Oakes IFTSA Developing Solutions for Developing: 2nd Place NCSU IFTSA Chapter of the Year: NCSU IFTSA Chapter of the Year: NCSU IFTSA Developing Solutions for Developing Countries: 2nd Place NCSU
2009-10 Executive Committee • President—Amanda Stephens • Vice President—Katie Maloney • Secretary—Erica Story • Treasurer—Helen Melito • Historian—Katie Fox • Agri-Life Council Rep—Robert Price • Agri-Life Council Rep—Corey Troutman • Activities Co-Chair—Esra Cakir • Activities Co-Chair—Thomas Fuller • Senior Advisor—Dr. Keith Harris • Junior Advisor—Dr. Jack Davis
2010-11 Executive Committee • President — Jonathan Baugher • Vice President — Victoria Gray • Secretary — Josh Sutton • Treasurer — Helen Melito • Historian — Molly Burke • Agri-Life Council Rep — Sonja Jones • Agri-Life Council Rep — Denise Suter • Activities Co-Chair — Karen Constanza • Activities Co-Chair — Aaron Massey • Undergraduate Rep — Sara Cohen • Senior Advisor — Dr. Jack Davis • Junior Advisor — April Hix Morrison
Committees • Activities • Athletics • Awards Banquet • Chapter of the Year • College Bowl • Dairy Bar • Dinner • Outreach • Points • Product Development • Public Service • Publicity • Trip/Tour • Website • Wine & Cheese
Co-chairs: Karen Constanza& Aaron Massey Mission: To create an atmosphere that fosters new friendship and department unity through activities, festivities, and fun. Activities
2010 Faculty-Staff Cornhole Tournament • Congratulations to Dr. Daubert and Karl Hedrick on there stunning victory Friday!
Be Prepared • First football game is September 4th • Request tickets Friday! Use the leader name: atkincaid (Amanda Stephens’ email address) • To eat great BBQ • And don’t forget. Request tickets Friday!
Volunteers? • Great activities require a great team behind the scenes so we need you to help make this possible. Sign this paper. Do it. Do it. Activities Committee
Ideas or Suggestions? • This is your club! So if you have any ideas or suggestions please submit them via email to email@example.com or to firstname.lastname@example.org
AthleticsChair: Amanda Stephens • Organize football block seating • Coordinate tailgating parties with activities • Organize intramural sports
Athletics • Football Tickets • Watch for my email to the fsclist serve • Follow the directions in the email. • If you sign up you MUST go or cancel your ticket • 1st home game versus Western Carolina (9/4) • Request period – Aug 27th • Claim Period – Aug 29th
Athletics • IM Sports • Co-ed Flag Football • Sign-up on sheet or send me an email • Season starts Sept 7th • Co-ed Soccer • Sign-up on sheet or send me an email • Season starts Sept. 13th • Other Sports • Volleyball – starts Sept. 27th • Wiffleball – starts Oct. 25th
Awards BanquetCo-Chairs: Kelsey Ryan, ?, and ? • Will be held on April 28th, 2011 • Recognize scholarship donors & recipients • Organize social hour, dinner, ceremony
Chapter of the YearChair: Josh Sutton • IFTSA Competition • Organize paperwork, collect sign-in sheets • By the way: WE ARE NUMBER 1!
College BowlChair: Daniela Batista • Food Science Trivia • Practice trivia questions, assembles question bank, checks questions • Need graduate & undergraduate students to compete!
Best way to gain points • Must work 3 SHIFTS • 1 HOUR = 1 POINT • End of the year • 1 point = approx. $ 6 – 8 • Use toward professional development • Textbooks, parking permit, conferences • Dairy Bar Appreciation Dinner • Must work 4 SHIFTS • Scholarships available for Dairy Bar participants at the FSC Awards Banquet Dairy Bar Is… ONLY Fundraiser for Club Provides funds for all club activities 11 days of FUN! 3 hour shifts 6 – 9 AM Stocking (OPEN) 11 – 2 PM 2 – 5 PM 5 – 8 PM 8 – 11 PM (CLOSE)
DinnerChair: Josh Sutton • Organizes dinner for each meeting • International Potluck Dinner
DINNER!!! Master Chef? Curious Cook? Do you burn water? Hone your culinary skills with the Dinner Committee! When? Mondays and Tuesdays before FSC Meetings @ 3 p.m. Where? Fruits and Veggies Lab Questions? Email Josh—email@example.com
OutreachChairs: ?? • Promote food science in all levels of education • 30-45 minute presentations • Judge science fairs • Activities at family science nights • Welcome visiting students to the dept • Coordinate with FS Outreach Committee • Every member helps with 1 show
PointsChair: Helen Melito • Makes decisions regarding points distribution
Product DevelopmentChairs: ? ? • Develop new products for competitions • IFTSA • Disney • Danisco • Almond Board • Coordinate with Food Ingredients class • Great for those interested in a career in product development!
Public ServiceChair: Ali McDaniel • Organize community service activities for club members • Food & clothing drives • Serving dinner at Ronald McDonald House • Habitat for Humanity • Service Raleigh • Charity races • Campus Kitchens Project • No limits
Public Service • Thanks to all who participated in Service NC State last week • 569 pints of blood were donated • 400,000 meals were packaged for Stop Hunger Now • If you participated in the blood drive, truck unloading or food packaging event please see Ali after the meeting to sign the sign-up sheet
Lauren Morris • SOUL Garden • NCSU’s first student-run community garden
PublicityChair: Molly Burke • Publish FSC newsletters • Document FSC’s events • Responsible for FSC bulletin board
Trip/TourChairs needed!!! • Weekend trip, usually in Feb. • Visit food related places of interest • Processing plants • Culinary tours • Breweries • Previous destinations • Tennessee • Washington D.C. • Atlanta, GA • Baltimore, MD
Website/ITChair: Katie Maloney • Contact information for the club • Calendar • Check it out: http://www.ncsu.edu/foodscience/club • Mara Massel needs an undergraduate
Wine & CheeseCo-Chairs: ? ? ? • THE event of the year! • Usually held in April • Entire department comes together to socialize while tasting various appetizers, wines, and cheeses
I Want to be an Active Member!! • Attend ½ of all club meetings (~13 meetings total) 2. Serve on at least one FSC committee 3. Scoop ≥ 3 shifts at Dairy Bar
Recent Changes to the By-laws Section 3.2 Eligibility • Active Members are required to work three (3) 3-hour shifts at the CLUB annual fundraiser, Dairy Bar. • Students unableto work any Dairy Bar shifts may serve actively on a second committee and attend one (1) public service event to qualify for active membership. Students only able to work one (1) shift may serve actively on a second committee to qualify for active membership. Students only able to work two (2) shifts may attend one (1) public service event to qualify for active membership.
Committee Sign Up: • Sign up after the meeting!! • Chairs will then contact you after • See me if you are interested in chairing any committees!