Fellows Election as an IFT Fellow is a unique professional distinction conferred for outstanding and extraordinary contributions in the field of food science and technology.

What is a Fellow?

The IFT Fellow designation is an honor bestowed upon an IFT member by their peers, recognizing exemplary professionalism in the field of food science.

 In a given year, no more than 0.3 percent of the professional membership is eligible, and even fewer than that will earn this honor.

Nomination of a Fellow

The nominee must be a Professional Member of IFT and have been in active practice of the profession for at least 15 years. If your nominee is not elected a Fellow in any given year, you may re-nominate him or her in a subsequent year.

Nominations will open October 10, 2013 and close January 31, 2014.

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Fellows Elected in 2013

Congratulations to the 2013 IFT Fellows.

Learn more about IFT's new Fellows.

Ashim Datta
Cornell University
 
Michael duBois
Rutgers Food Innovation Center
 
Elisabeth Huff-Lonergan
Iowa State University
 
Lekh Juneja
Taiyo Kagaku Co. Ltd.
 
Larry Keener
International Product Safety Consultants, Inc.

Lucina Lampila
Louisiana State University Agricultural Center
 

 

Chong Lee
University of Rhode Island

Gary List
USDA Regional Laboratory, Peoria, Illinois

Rosana Moreira
Texas A&M University

Witoon Prinyawiwatkul
Louisiana State University
 
PV Suryaprakasa Rao
Priya Foods (P) Ltd.
 
Martin Wiedmann
Cornell University

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Alfred Bushway

“Thank you so much for making the Awards Ceremony an unforgettable event. It was certainly the highlight of my career as a food scientist.”

Alfred Bushway
IFT Fellow 2009