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2019 IFTSA student competition winners

June 05, 2019

Congratulations to all the IFT Student Association 2019 competition winners! And thanks to all the finalist teams that participated.

College Bowl Competition

College Bowl Competition
1st: University of Wisconsin – Madison
2nd: The Ohio State University
3rd: Louisiana State University

The 29th Annual IFTSA & MARS Product Development Competition
1st: TryDough, Michigan State University
2nd: Trinipea, University of Wisconsin – Madison
3rd: Waffull Wands, Cornell University

Developing Solutions for Developing Countries Product Development Competition
1st: MORINGAU, Lund University (Sweden)
2nd: Go-Crokies, Bogor Agricultural University (Indonesia)
3rd: Jack Mung, Taylor's University Lakeside Campus (Malaysia)

Smart Snacks for Kids Product Development Competition
1st: Smooshables Yogurt, Rutgers University
2nd: Cosmic Crackers, Utah State University
3rd: Dip-A-Roos, California Polytechnic State University – Pomona

2019 Leadership AwardsExcellence in Leadership Award Recipients
Undergraduate Recipient: Nayara Luna Guzmán
Graduate Recipient: Nigel Chimbetete

Undergraduate Research Competition
1st: Sarah Caballero, California Polytechnic State University – Pomona (Comparison of Plant and Animal-Origin Proteins for the Impact of Maillard Conjugation on Nanoemulsion Formation and Stability)
2nd: Kuanrong Zhu, The Ohio State University (Fingerprinting maple syrup by vibrational spectroscopy and pattern recognition)
3rd: Nicholas Pham, University of Missouri (Effect of NaCl on emulsification properties of heated whey protein isolate and pectin soluble complexes at pI)

Graduate Video Competition Winner

Graduate Video Competition, sponsored by Campden BRI
Winner: Alexander Joseph Taylor, University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign

Chapter of the Year: Brigham Young University

Outstanding Chapter: Connect – ESPOL

Outstanding Chapter: Develop – University of Tennessee – Knoxville

Outstanding Chapter: Support – Cornell University