The art and science of beverage technology
The International Society of Beverage Technologist is pleased to announce the Scholarship winners for 2011.
Claire is a freshman food science major at Purdue. She is doing research on the degradation kinetics of natural pigments in beverage systems. She has a 4.0 average and is a dean's scholar, a member of the University Honors Program and a recipient of the Trustees Scholarship. Claire is currently working in the University Phytochemical Laboratory.
Jaclyn attends the Michigan State University School of Packaging. She has been on the dean's list for the last 4 semesters with a 4.0 GPA in her major. She took 3rd place in the Paperboard Packaging Alliance Student Design Challenge in 2010 and a top 10 in the Glass Packaging Design Institute Competition in 2011. She recently completed a beverage division packaging internship with Nestle USA as a project manager for new packaging qualifications.
Rachel is a senior in the food science department at Purdue University and this is her third year as an ISBT scholar. She has interned with Sensient Flavors Applications Laboratory. In addition to the ISBT Scholarship, Rachel has won multiple awards, including the IFT Scholarship, StrazHeim Award in Agriculture, Lewis Runlke Scholarship and many others.