More frequent JFS content coming in 2012
Beginning in January 2012, the Journal of Food Science will publish monthly online issues (12 issues/volume year), an increase from nine issues per year.
In response to declining print subscriptions and an increasing volume of content, the journal will publish print issues quarterly (four issues/volume year), which will include all content published in the three monthly issues within that particular quarter.
Both print and online publications will continue to be identical in content through the volume year, and will differ only in frequency. Print-only JFS subscribers who subscribe or renew in 2011 will automatically be converted in 2012 to print + online subscriptions, to ensure that they will continue to have access to JFS research as soon as it is published. As of Jan. 1, 2012, new or renewing subscribers will have the option to receive JFS online-only or print + online subscriptions.
With this change, JFS subscribers will not only receive JFS content more frequently, but also will have early online access to articles as well as access to the supplemental content and enhanced features such as pop-up tables and figures that most authors currently include with their articles. Subscribers will also be able to access the full journal archive dating back to Volume 1, 1936, for reference purposes.
We hope that you share our enthusiasm about these exciting changes. For more information, contact Amanda Ferguson, Manager, IFT Scientific Journals, at [email protected].
IFST names Lawson a Fellow
The Institute of Food Science & Technology has awarded Margaret Lawson the distinction of Fellow. Fellowship is the senior category of membership of IFST and is awarded to those who have demonstrated a sustained level of exceptional professionalism and who have made important achievements in relation to food.
Lawson, Vice President of Science and Innovation for D.D. Williamson, is Past President of the Institute of Food Technologists (2005–2006), an IFT Fellow, and a Professional Member of IFT. She also is a member of the Research Chefs Association and serves on the University Industrial Advisory Board for the University of California, Davis, and on the Board of Advisors for Xengaru Fun Foods. She holds eight U.S. and international patents.
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ASTM honors Stone
Herbert Stone has won the David R. Peryam Award from the ASTM International Sensory Evaluation Committee for his work in the applied sensory science field.
Stone, Senior Advisor for Tragon Corp., is an expert in human nutrition and sensory evaluation of consumer products such as food, beverages, home, and personal care. He was Director of Food and Agricultural Science at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) before co-founding Tragon, a marketing research and sensory testing company, in 1974. He served as President and CEO of Tragon until 2007, when he became a senior advisor.
A dedicated member of IFT, Stone is Past President of the Institute of Food Technologists (2004–2005), an IFT Fellow, and a Professional Member of IFT. He has served as an editor of Journal of Food Science since 2000, has authored more than 130 technical papers, and holds six patents.
IFT recognizes 50-year members
The following individuals are celebrating their 50th anniversary as members of IFT: Geoffrey F. Allison, Pio Angelini, Robert P. Bates, John E. Beam, Harold R. Bolin, Harvey T. Chan Jr., Niel K. Dinesen, Marilyn Dulitzky, Peter R. Epstein, Peter Farkas, Henry P. Fleming, Barbara E. Greene, William J. Hirzel, Lakho L. Khatri, Gerry A. Kraus, Paul A. Lachance, John H. Nelson, Philip E. Nelson, Grace L. Ostenso, Linda M. Rexroth, Robert E. Rust, Otmar Silberstein, Norman S. Singer, R.C. Stanhope, Neil J. Trager, and Ralph Witzig.
Mahon earns new title
Lindsay Mahon has achieved the title Certified Flavor Chemist of The Society of Flavor Chemists. She develops flavors as a member of the confections business unit for FONA where she began working in 2002. She is a Member of IFT.
Sansone becomes Director
Flavor & Fragrance Specialties has promoted Dianne Sansone to Director of Technical Services. In this capacity, she is responsible for the strategic growth and commercial development for the flavor and fragrance technical groups, including overseeing all creative, applications, and analytical efforts.
A Certified Senior Flavor Chemist, Sansone has more than 20 years of experience with the company. She is a Member of IFT.
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Fogg-Johnson serves on David Michael board
Nancy Fogg-Johnson recently joined the David Michael Strategic Alliance Advisory Board.
Fogg-Johnson currently works as a principal at Technology and Business Ventures Inc. and is a founder of Nutri+Food Business Consultants. As a member of the Strategic Alliance Advisory Board, she will help strengthen corporate partnerships and develop and nurture new strategic alliances with food and beverage manufacturers in North America. She is a Professional Member of IFT.
Univ. of Georgia appoints Bailey
The University of Georgia College of Family and Consumer Sciences has named Lynn B. Bailey Head of the Dept. of Foods and Nutrition. She will officially begin in August 2011.
Bailey’s research and public policy work has helped to establish the current Institute of Medicine’s folate intake recommendations, including those for pregnant women and older individuals. She has conducted human metabolic and population intervention studies to establish human requirements and quantities needed to reduce birth defect risk in national fortification programs. She is a Professional Member of IFT.
Reeves joins ISU board
Stuart Reeves, Director of Research and Development for Embria® Health Sciences, has been appointed to the External Advisory Board of the Nutrition and Wellness Research Center at Iowa State University.
He participates in strategic planning activities for the Center. A Member of IFT, Reeves has experience in the nutritional supplement and food and beverage industries, and has conducted research on the health benefits of a balanced immune system.
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Section & Division meetings
Sept. 29, 2011: Longhorn Suppliers Night. Frisco, Texas. Contact Greg Hanks at 972-242-1832 or [email protected], or Donna Henry at 903-378-2424 or [email protected].
Sept. 21, 2011: Rocky Mountain IFT Suppliers Night. Denver, Colo. Contact Aliyar Fouladkhah at 970-690-7392 or [email protected], or Jeremy Adler at 303-877-3725 or [email protected], or visit www.rmift.com.
Visit www.ift.org to view the Events Calendar, including listings for Section and Division meetings, and for information on how to list your event.