A free talk on food, futurism and innovation!
Presented by Dr. Rana Mustafa, Visiting Professor at the University of Saskatchewan and Research & Development Food Scientist at Prairie Tide Diversified Inc.
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 1 – 2 pm
College of Agriculture and Bioresources room 1E80
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Dr. Rana Mustafa is a visiting professor at the University of Saskatchewan and a Research and Development Food Scientist at Prairie Tide Diversified Inc. Dr. Mustafa has built her international expertise in food science, and product development for around fifteen years of research and teaching at universities and industries in France, Syria and Canada.
Her current area of investigation on behalf of a partnership between Prairie Tide Diversified Inc. and the University of Saskatchewan focuses on developing new gluten-free and vegan food products from pulses and flaxseed.
Rana loves folk music and art. She presented traditional Syrian songs with her son in many multicultural events in Saskatoon.
At this Visiting Professor Global Conversations, Dr. Mustafa will talk about food futurism and her passion for food innovation that saved her life throughout the Syrian civic war.
The Visiting Professors Global Conversations Series is presented by the International Research and Partnerships Office
3rd Annual People Around the World (PAW 2020) Conference
February 6 & 7, 2020 - University of Saskatchewan
Theme: United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals
Hosted by the International Research and Partnerships Office
Relevance and Objectives of PAW 2020:
The PAW conference aim is to advance the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) internationalization efforts in the areas of global research, sustainable partnerships, and collaborative projects with partners around the world. The PAW brings together researchers, students, staff and external stakeholders to engage in dialogue around the benefits and challenges of international research and global community based projects. The PAW is a time and space to highlight and recognize distinguished USask researchers and students committed to innovative global research projects. PAW 2020 will focus on the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and will address the university’s commitment and active participation in helping to achieve these goals by 2030.
*An EOI / CFP will be sent out in October 2019 across campus. We will ask applicants to identify which thematic area and SDG their research project aligns with. The call will be open for approximately one (1) month.