Undergraduate Students

The FSHN Department has multidisciplinary research programs that focus on the integration of food, nutrition and health; food material science and engineering; biochemical and molecular nutrition; and food safety and security. We have outstanding teaching and research facilities with state-of-the-art analytical equipment, including a food-processing pilot plant, a bioprocessing and fermentation pilot plant, a sensory science laboratory, a metabolic kitchen, and a human nutrition assessment laboratory. In addition, we have access to and utilize various university support facilities, including animal care, proteomics, genomics, microscopy, imaging, and many others.

Our Undergraduate Program

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