We accept all students, regardless of major, that have an interest in the world of food science and technology.
The objectives of the club shall be to foster a close relationship among the Department of Food Science, Nutrition, and Health Promotion students and the faculty at Mississippi State University, to encourage leadership, to acquaint students with the many areas of activity in food science and technology, and to promote greater interest in this profession.Website
The Research Chefs Association is the leading professional community for food research and development. Its members are the pioneers of the discipline of Culinology - the blending of culinary arts and the science of food.Website
Student Dietetic Association is an organization for students studying nutrition. Membership is available for freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students. The organization meets monthly and is led by elected officers.Website
MANRRS is national organization established to develop network between minority natural resources and agriculture students and professionals from academic institutions, government, and industry. It is the goal of MANRRS to prepare students for leadership roles by involving them in leadership activities, educational opportunities, job readiness training, and facilitating internships and permanent employment. The MSU MANRRS chapter is open to anyone who is interested in fostering a bond of fellowship among students, faculty, and staff and in increasing the number of under-represented minorities in the natural resources and agricultural sciences.Website
The CALS Ambassadors are a select group of students representing all departments within the college. Some examples of activities that Ambassadors participate in include the CALS Alumni Breakfast, on campus recruiting events, and CALS day.Contact Allison North for more information.