Presentation on theme: "Oct 23rd, 2012. Upcoming Meetings November 6 th NO MEETING (Election Day) November 13 th Trip to Butterball November 20 th Thanksgiving Break November."— Presentation transcript:
Food Science Summer Scholars Program 10 week summer undergraduate research experience (June 3th-Aug 9th) Open to other majors Due Jan. 31st, 2013 Stipend Housing Trip to IFT
IFT Membership Drive! New to IFT? Pick up an application on the club board 1)Fill out personal information 2)Choose the journal to which you would like to subscribe 3)Sign up for the Dogwood (NC) local section 4)DO NOT donate to Feeding Tomorrow 5)Hand to Liz or place on desk in room 221 6)The club will pay $55.00 for the application, if you want to add special sections or print journals, you will need to provide a check to the FSC or cash for the difference Old Timer? Renew online and hand me or email the receipt. You will have to pick up your check in person.
RECEIPTS GALORE! FSC Treasurer office hours: 5:40-6:00pm Every Club Meeting Room 105 8.5” 11” MY RECEIPT TAPED HERE MY FIRST/LAST NAME TODAY’S DATE (NOT THE ONE ON YOUR RECEIPT) TOTAL AMOUNT COMMITTEE (EX: ACTIVITIES) EVENT (EX: TAILGATE)
President’s Challenge Submissions submitted to me tonight after club meeting Dinner will be Tuesday November 6 th @6:30 pm
Homebrew for Hunger November 17, 2012 12-7 pm West End Public 462 W. Franklin Street Chapel Hill, NC Volunteer shifts: 10-12 Set up 12-4 First Session 4-7 Second Session 7-8 Clean Up
Marbles November 18, 2011 1-3 pm Food science and children, what could be happier?! Details to follow
Appreciation Dinner Thursday, November 1, 7-10 pm The Rockford 320 & 1/2 Glenwood Ave If you took pictures during Dairy Bar, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org for the slide email@example.com
Mission Statement The objectives of the CLUB shall be to foster a close relationship among the DEPARTMENT students and faculty and staff at North Carolina State University, to encourage leadership, and to acquaint students and the community with the scope of Food, Bioprocessing, and Nutrition Sciences.
Implementation To implement these objectives, the CLUB Board of Directors shall: Conduct programs that contribute to the knowledge and stimulate the thought and vision of members by means of speakers, demonstrations, field trips, visual aids, and opportunities to meet leaders in the profession; Conduct activities that encourage development of civic, social, and professional responsibility among members; Develop CLUB activities and programs that challenge the potential talents of members and encourage individual initiative and management responsibility through the planning and execution of CLUB functions; and Provide members the opportunity to develop skills in the organization and presentation of ideas and in the practice of parliamentary procedure.
Proposed By Law Change Section 3.2 Eligibility a.Active Members must attend one-half (1/2) of the CLUB meetings. b.Active Members are required to serve actively on at least one committee. c.Active Members must be Student Members of the Institute of Food Technologists. d.Active Members are required to work three (3), 3-hour shifts at the CLUB annual fundraiser, Dairy Bar. e.Students unable to fulfill the Dairy Bar work requirement may serve actively on a second committee to qualify for active membership in the CLUB. f.Active members may vote and hold office. g.No Active or Associate Member who meets the membership requirements of this section may be denied such membership on the basis of race, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status. h.Students unable to fulfill the above mentioned requirements may appeal their status with the CLUB Board of Directors on a case-by-case basis. i. Active Members are required to participate in one activity of public service or outreach