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Enrichment Opportunities

Are you looking for an opportunity to enrich your education? We have many experiences you would enjoy from study abroad to online courses.

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You can experience study, internships, and service-learning in other countries. For example, Hospitality in Thailand fulfills a 3 credit course requirement.

We’ll provide you with up-to-date information and cover hot topics in nutrition.

Are you interested in how your food travels from farm to your table? Our online class will teach you how food systems work.

  • Asset 262 93% Fermentation Science students had jobs or graduate school plans within six months of graduation
  • Asset 322 89% Hospitality Management students had jobs or graduate school plans within six months of graduation
  • Asset 346 86% Nutrition and Food Science students had jobs or graduate school plans within six months of graduation

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Featuring KRNC, student spotlights, faculty and graduate student research, and more!

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Are you looking for career opportunities? Find internship and career opportunities in hospitality management or fermentation science.

We’re dedicated to making a positive impact on health and wellness through EFNEP education programs, extension services, and the Lillian Fountain-Smith nutrition conference.

The FSHN Summer Cooking Camps are for the curious junior scientist who wants to know the how and why of food.

Our 2021 camps are cancelled. Please come back for FSHN Summer Cooking Camps information in 2022.

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Food Science and Human Nutrition Upcoming Events

OUR HOME College of Health and Human Sciences

Food Science and Human Nutrition is one of eight academic units housed within the College of Health and Human Sciences.

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We improve health and well-being in all aspects of the human experience. Our goal is to change lives for the better.

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Whether you’re building technical skills for a chosen profession or following a passion for helping people, each of our majors and degrees are designed around making connections while you learn — with faculty, employers, professionals, and people in the community.

We emphasize a caring and supportive community where everyone’s contributions are valued and all voices are heard.

As a human-centered college, we believe that research should not only contribute to scientific knowledge, but also be translated into programs, policies, and applications that put that knowledge to work.

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