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  1. Welcome 2010-2011 FSC!! 1st Food Science Club Meeting August 24, 2010

  2. Agenda: • Marcy Bullock: CALS Career Services & Calendar of Events • What is FSC, IFT, IFTSA, Dogwood, and Central Atlantic IFTSA? • Executive Board and Committee Intros

  3. CALS Career Services • Marcy Bullock, Director • 111 Patterson Hall • 515-3249 • http://cals.ncsu.edu/career

  4. 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

  5. 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!!

  6. 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

  7. 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!

  8. 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)

  9. 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)

  10. 2010 Central Atlantic Area Meeting

  11. Southeast Area Specialized divisions

  12. 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!!

  13. IFTSA Involvement • IFTSA Past-President – Kelsey Ryan • IFTSA College Bowl Chair – Helen Melito • IFT Area Representative – Molly Brannock

  14. 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

  15. 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

  16. 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

  17. 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

  18. Co-chairs: Karen Constanza& Aaron Massey Mission: To create an atmosphere that fosters new friendship and department unity through activities, festivities, and fun. Activities

  19. 2010 Faculty-Staff Cornhole Tournament • Congratulations to Dr. Daubert and Karl Hedrick on there stunning victory Friday!

  20. Tailgate Season Is Soon Aproaching!

  21. 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!

  22. 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

  23. Ideas or Suggestions? • This is your club! So if you have any ideas or suggestions please submit them via email to armassey@ncsu.edu or to keconsta@ncsu.edu

  24. AthleticsChair: Amanda Stephens • Organize football block seating • Coordinate tailgating parties with activities • Organize intramural sports

  25. 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

  26. 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

  27. Awards BanquetCo-Chairs: Kelsey Ryan, ?, and ? • Will be held on April 28th, 2011 • Recognize scholarship donors & recipients • Organize social hour, dinner, ceremony

  28. Chapter of the YearChair: Josh Sutton • IFTSA Competition • Organize paperwork, collect sign-in sheets • By the way: WE ARE NUMBER 1!

  29. College BowlChair: Daniela Batista • Food Science Trivia • Practice trivia questions, assembles question bank, checks questions • Need graduate & undergraduate students to compete!

  30. Dairy Bar

  31. 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)

  32. Dairy Bar Is…

  33. DinnerChair: Josh Sutton • Organizes dinner for each meeting • International Potluck Dinner

  34. 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—jmsutton@ncsu.edu

  35. 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

  36. PointsChair: Helen Melito • Makes decisions regarding points distribution

  37. 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!

  38. 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

  39. 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

  40. Lauren Morris • SOUL Garden • NCSU’s first student-run community garden

  41. PublicityChair: Molly Burke • Publish FSC newsletters • Document FSC’s events • Responsible for FSC bulletin board

  42. 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

  43. Website/ITChair: Katie Maloney • Contact information for the club • Calendar • Check it out: http://www.ncsu.edu/foodscience/club • Mara Massel needs an undergraduate

  44. 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

  45. 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

  46. 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.

  47. Committee Sign Up: • Sign up after the meeting!! • Chairs will then contact you after • See me if you are interested in chairing any committees!