What science of food path did you choose, and why was it the right one for you? And how have you challenged yourself to develop the kinds of skills you’ve needed to move your career forward? Join your fellow IFT community members in a discussion on IFT Connect.
IFT Career Path Survey respondents offer candid commentary on the impact of race, sexual orientation, and gender on career progression.
Managers seeking to fill a job opening in the current competitive environment need to remember that market conditions have changed over the past two years and traditional hiring approaches don’t necessarily apply. Recruiters have some advice.
When it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion, actions speak louder than words, according to the panelists who participated in a Business FIRST session on the first day of IFT FIRST.
Chris Downs and IFT members reflect on what IFT membership means to them.
A description of the ways in which the Coca-Cola Women in STEM (CWIS) supports women’s advancement.
A first-of-its-kind IFT research initiative asked food science professionals to reflect on their professional pathways—how they got to where they are today, what makes their jobs meaningful, and where they hope to be in the future.
Science of food salaries have surged, and the employment landscape has changed. IFT’s latest compensation research breaks it down: earnings, expectations, and aspirations.
IFT President Vickie Kloeris reflects on IFT's vision, mission, impact areas, and core values.
In a new white paper, our experts examine the FDA’s Food Traceability Final Rule implications—and its novel concepts first proposed by IFT.
IFT’s 2022 Compensation and Career Path Report breaks it down.
From a processed foods comeback to breaking food system silos and addressing food and nutrition security, our science and policy experts identify top science of food trends.
Hear from three current Board Members about why their participation is so valuable.