How Can You Get Involved?

 
Financial Support
Previous research has been funded by Ira Fulton, LDS Welfare Services, Decagon Inc., and the Ezra Taft Benson Food and Agriculture Institute.

To support future research, contact:


Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Science
S-121 ESC
Brigham Young University
801.422.3912

 
   

 

 
Mentoring Opportunities for Students in Food Science

There are some opportunities for undergraduate students to work on research. If you are interested, find out what professors are currently researching. To be hired within the Food Science Program see the instructions for Undergraduate Mentoring. To get involved in Nutritional research please contact the professor you would like to work with.

Mentoring in Food Science

 
 
 
 
Vitamin extraction Students investigating shelf-life of dehydrated food Evaluating food functionality
Vitamin extraction. Students investigating shelf-life of dehydrated food. Evaluating food functionality.
 
Sensory evaluation Vitamin analysis using HPLC Student presenting at a national meeting
Sensory evaluation. Vitamin analysis using HPLC. Student presenting at a national meeting.