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    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Eacadprog/honors/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Our Students - Our People - Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
    Forms Program Resources COLLEGES College of Agriculture Food Environmental Sciences College of Architecture Environmental Design College of Engineering College of Liberal Arts Orfalea College of Business College of Science Mathematics EXTENDED EDUCATION Extended Education Early Start Fire Protection Engineering International Studies for Visiting Students MORE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES Open University non degree International Education Professional Advancement Study Abroad Internships Summer Term CLOSE MENU Research Research RESEARCH Research and Economic Development Grants Development Office Funding Opportunities Faculty Expertise Business and Industry Centers of Expertise POLICIES FORMS For Research PUBLISHED CAL POLY Student Research Faculty Research Journals and Newsletters Campus Documents Digital Scholarship Services ROBERT E KENNEDY LIBRARY Home About and Contact Search and Find Study Spaces and Tech Help and Support Events and Exhibits Special Collections and Archives CLOSE MENU Alumni Alumni CONTACT US Phone 805 756 2586 or 1 888 225 7659 alumni calpoly edu Department Contacts Cal Poly Campus CLOSE MENU Campus Life Campus Life Home CONTACT US Phone 805 756 2476 Department Contacts ASI ASSOCIATED STUDENTS Inc About University Union Recreation Center Children s Center Student Government AROUND CAMPUS Campus Life Campus Maps Local Transportation Parking on Campus Dining on Campus Polycard Campus ID ACADEMIC SUPPORT Disability Resource Center Academic Services Dean of Students HEALTH SAFETY WELLNESS Health Services Counseling Services Safety Escorts Police Health Insurance Peer Health Education Sexual Assault Resources STUDENT LIFE Open House Orientation Programs Clubs Organizations Club Sports Greek Life Community Center Student Community Services Americorps Gender Equity Center Sexual Assault Resources Multi Cultural Center LGBTA Resource Pride Center Commencement HOUSING On Campus Living Off Campus Living Conference Meeting Space LIVING IN SAN LUIS OBISPO Local Attractions San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce City of San Luis Obispo 101 Ways to Have Fun CLOSE MENU Athletics Athletics Home CONTACT US Phone 805 756 0275 athletics

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  • DPTC Facilities - Dairy Products and Technology - Cal Poly
    to dairy foods research technology transfer and education This is one of the most up to date dairy product technology facility at academic institutions in the United States It includes a 7 000 square foot area for pilot plant research and well equipped analytical laboratories and sensory evaluation area A fully operational 120 cow dairy farm is adjacent to the DPTC and provides unique capabilities for Cal Poly to study dairy farm issues on processing properties on milk and milk products For detailed descriptions of individual items click here Lab Pilot Plant The Dairy Products Technology Center includes a modern processing area which consists of 1800 square foot fluid milk processing area 600 gal hr HTST pasteurization system with state of the art process control system 1200 square foot area for butter and ice cream production 200 gal hr continuous ice cream freezer with fruit feeder and varigator Egli continuous butter churn rated 1 5 lbs minute 1000 square foot cheese processing room containing cheese vats ranging in size from 50 gallons to 1000gallons 2500 square foot pilot plant Niro filter mat and cyclone spray dryer rated 100 lbs of water removal hr 30 liter per hour pasteurization system equipped with continuous ice cream freezer Rising film vacuum evaporator rated 150lbs of water removal hr Membrane processing systems ultra filtration and reverse osmosis Stretch cooker and mixer molder for pasta filata cheeses such as mozzarella Brining of steam kettles for small batch preparation Over 1500 square feet of refrigerated and frozen product storage areas for controlled shelf life studies Four fully equipped analytical laboratories for routine quality testing and more sophisticated analyses of physical chemical and microbiological properties of milk and milk components are available to support and conduct projects A sensory evaluation laboratory along with preparation area are available

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  • Short Courses - Farmstead/Artisan Cheesemaker - Dairy Products Technology Center - Cal Poly
    Who Should Attend Dairy farmers or those interested in learning the applied science and technology basics needed to understand and produce high quality farmstead cheeses No previous cheese making experience required Course Description Approximately 2 5 days of classroom style instruction discussion and 1 5 days of hands on cheese manufacture and cheese sampling Overview of the world of cheese Basic chemistry microbiology and other scientific concepts Milk composition and milk quality and their importance in cheese manufacture Other ingredients and their function in cheese manufacture Key underlying principles in cheese manufacture Unit operations in conversion of milk to cheese Equipment plant layout and sanitation considerations in cheese making Modifications in basic cheese manufacture to make other cheese varieties This course is geared towards smaller producers Click Here for Full Schedule Register Early Enrollment will be limited to the first 35 registrants Registration requests received after the first 35 will be placed on a waiting list Because of the popularity of this course we suggest you confirm your registration before making any travel arrangements Registration fee includes a comprehensive course syllabus refreshment breaks and lunches for all four days of the course and a wine and cheese reception In the event of insufficient enrollment Cal Poly reserves the right to cancel the course and provide a full refund to registrants Cost 725 00 if registered by early bird deadline 775 00 if registered after early bird deadline Lodging Quality Suites offers a discounted rate of 115 00 per night for both single and double occupancy and includes a full cook to order breakfast The hotel will honor this discount for reservations made at least four weeks prior to the course To receive this special rate let them know you are with Cal Poly DPTC and the name of the short

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Edptc/artisan_cheese.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Short Courses - Cheese Short Course I - Dairy Products Technology Center - Cal Poly
    Association He is widely recognized for his research and outreach activities to support the dairy industry Dr Tong received his Ph D from Cornell University in Food Science and was a Research Scientist at Kraft Technology Center prior to joining Cal Poly in 1988 Rafael Jimenez is Professor of Dairy Science at California Polytechnic State University Dr Jimenez has an active research and teaching program in Dairy Foods He is Section Editor for the Journal of Dairy Science Dr Jimenez received his Ph D in Agricultural Chemistry from the University of California at Davis and served as Assistant Professor of Food Science at Univ of Illinois prior to joining Cal Poly in 1995 Moshe Rosenberg is Professor and Specialist Dairy Engineering and Technology at U C Davis Dr Rosenberg has been a regular instructor in the Annual Cheese Short Course since its inception in 1988 He received his doctorate from the Israel Institute of Technology in 1985 John Lyne is Director of Dairy Technology for Chr Hansen s Since moving to United States in 1996 work experience has included various roles in Production Quality and Technical Management for Ingredient Supply Companies including Gist brocades DSM Having rejoined Chr Hansen in 2004 current responsibilities include the introduction and support of new culture and enzyme concepts acting as a bridge between Chr Hansen Innovation in Denmark and the customer as well as having a role in Key Account Management John received his Master of Science from the University College Cork Location Dairy Products Technology Center California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo CA 93407 Cost includes lunch each day wine and cheese reception and course notebook 675 00 if postmarked by March 3 2014 725 00 if postmarked after March 3 2014 Register Early Enrollment will be limited to the first 35

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Edptc/cheese_1.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Annual Dairy Ingredients Symposium - Dairy Products Technology Center - Cal Poly
    and technology innovations that can provide tools to innovate improve your products and your ability to compete for customers Interact with leading dairy ingredients users and dairy ingredients suppliers from around the world Stay ahead of the curve by hearing about emerging scientific breakthroughs that will shape the future of dairy ingredients manufacture and usage Session Topics subject to change Market Challenges and Opportunities Safety Security and Quality of Milk and Dairy Ingredients Innovations in Membrane Filtration for Dairy Ingredients Addressing Consumer Interests in Genetically Modified Organism Free Foods Bringing New Technology and Science for Dairy ingredients Innovation Dairy Ingredients and ESL UHT Processed Beverages Delivering Improved Dairy Ingredients Industry Roundtable Opportunities Challenges for Innovation Click Here for Full Schedule Symposium Registration 545 Early Bird Rate if registered by March 10 2014 595 Regular Rate if registered after March 10 2014 Click Here to Register Refunds Conference and Event Planning must receive registration and full payment to allow event participation Registrations will not be processed with incomplete or missing payment Please note that the registration fee does include a 75 00 non refundable deposit Conference and Event Planning must receive cancellation requests in writing 15 days prior to event start in order to receive a full refund less the 75 00 non refundable deposit Refunds will not be given for cancellations received after the March 11th 2014 deadline Registration fees cannot be transferred CLICK HERE to access a refund request form Completed refund request forms may be faxed to Conference and Event Planning at 805 756 7601 Lodging A block of rooms has been reserved at The Cliff s Resort at a special rate of 129 night plus a 15 night facility fee To receive this special rate call the hotel directly at 800 826 7827 in California or 800

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/%7Edptc/ingredients_symposium.html (2016-02-13)
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