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Have you ever heard the term “land-grant” system?” This is a term used to describe the set of U. S. institutions of higher learning which receive federal support for integrated programs of agricultural teaching (learning), research (discovery), and extension (engagement) for agriculture, food, and environmental systems. University of Kentucky is a land-grant institution. You may wonder what that means for a student. Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, the NFS department will provide you the opportunity within your academic studies to be involved in both research and service learning. The ...
This is the third edition of the Kansas Food Journal, and the largest yet. Students produced nearly 50 stories in topics ranging from 1950s drive-in restaurants in Topeka and Oakley to eating disorders among college students, from a Wichita chocolatier to an Olsburg couple whose meat from purebred Duroc hogs is wowing chefs nationwide. The site is the only one of its kind in the state and one of the first class-produced Webzines at K-State. Jane P. Marshall teaches the course in the College of Human Ecology’s department of hospitality management and dietetics. The Webzine also ... Read More
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