The IFIC Agricultural Technology and Food Salon
According to the National Science Foundation, women comprise only 43 percent of the U.S. workforce for scientists and engineers (under 75 years old).
To highlight the importance of seeing women in our current work force making strong impacts on food science, public health and agriculture we are excited to present this event just ahead of the International Day of the Girl Child — the International Food Information Council will convene several women who are impacting science, food systems and the public in order to present you with IFIC’s first Agricultural Technology and Food Salon.
Continuing Professional Education
IFIC is an accredited provider of Continuing Professional Education for nutrition professionals through the Commission on Dietetic Registration, the credentialing agency of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Also, we offer a series of Commission on Dietetic Registration-approved CPE programs on subjects relating to food, nutrition, communications, food safety, food biotechnology and a host of other topics.
Sylvia Rowe Fellowship
The Sylvia Rowe Fellowship Award was established as a tribute to the former International Food Information Council (IFIC) President & CEO, Sylvia B. Rowe. The Award was created to help deserving individuals further enhance skills in the area of nutrition and food safety communication. The goal of this award is to develop the recipient’s nutrition and food safety communication skills that he or she can and will apply to communicating nutrition and food safety information to the public in an academic setting, professional situation (either for-profit or nonprofit sector) or other public venue.
The recipient will be awarded an 8–12 week paid internship ($600 per/week) at the IFIC/IFIC Foundation offices in Washington, D.C.
Click here to learn more about how to apply for the Sylvia Rowe Fellowship.