Food Safety Spring Seminar Series

December 7, 2013

The Michigan State University Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences is sponsoring a Spring Seminar Series with a focus area on Food Safety Research.  The series involves MSU faculty as presenters from other institutions. 

Ensuring Pathogen Inactivation in Ready-To-Eat Foods: Now Everyone Has To Do It!

All Military Veterans to Receive In-State Tuition

December 7, 2013

The Presidents Council State Universities of Michigan recently announced all of the Michigan 15 public universities are providing in-state tuition for all veterans, regardless of their state of residency or acitve duty status.


Turning a Thought into an App...

December 7, 2013

Kerry Kenny, “had been in the food additive industry for years,” when he came across the Online Master of Science in Food Safety booth at an IFT Conference.  After speaking with the Program Director Dr. Julie Funk, he thought, “This program is for me, it is a perfect fit for my job and developing my career.” He graduated Fall Semester (December...

Michigan's University Research Corridor Ranks High Among Leading U.S. Research Clusters

December 7, 2013

Michigan’s University Research Corridor ranks high among eight university innovation clusters in a new measure that examines research and development spending, research commercialization and talent production, according to a new economic impact report.

The URC – consisting of Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and...

A "Fresh" Approach

December 7, 2013

“Food safety is always a challenge, and it is always interesting,” says Nye Joell Hardy, who is a MS in Food Safety graduate student and also the Senior Food Safety Manager at Dole Fresh Vegetables.  In regard to how critical food safety is to the food supply, she adds: “We have to be problem solvers.”

Nye will be the...