Walter A. Buehler Alumni Center
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Events
Tuesday, September 26 – Thursday, September 28, 2017Walter A. Buehler Alumni Center
Fresh-Cut Produce Workshop: Maintaining Quality and Safety

This workshop covers fresh-cut production, processing, packaging, distribution and quality assurance. Participants gain working knowledge of established and new procedures through topic-related sessions and demonstrations.

Who should attend: All levels of fresh-cut produce industry professionals — from small, local produce processors, to large businesses with nationwide distribution. Food scientists, food engineers, quality assurance personnel, new-product development staff, and representatives from research institutions, the restaurant and institutional food industries, and equipment, packaging, and ingredient suppliers.

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017 | 8:30am – 3:30pmWalter A. Buehler Alumni Center
Retirement 101 Short Course

The road to retirement, while filled with excitement, can also involve a few hurdles if you have not adequately prepared. The Retiree Center will be piloting a one-day short course designed to help staff and faculty plan for a successful transition to retirement. The one-day format will include topics such as UC pension options, retiree health benefits, financial planning for retirement, and an overview of social security benefits and programs. Space is limited; registration is required and can be arranged here.

Thursday, November 9, 2017 | 4:30 – 7pmWalter A. Buehler Alumni Center
Seed Central Forum: "The SmartFarm Project" (David Slaughter and Julian Maloof)

Seed Central Monthly Forum and Networking

4:30-6:00 Networking
6:00-7:00 Featured speakers

SmartFarm uses an integrated systems approach to develop superior plants, smart machines, more efficient farming methods for crops and animals, and a highly trained workforce that will provide a path toward food security in the year 2050 and beyond. 

SmartFarm will develop technological, knowledge-based solutions for an understanding of plants and animals at the individual level, and maximize productivity in harmony with our diverse, natural environment.

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