Jogue Scholarship Winners

Winners of the Jogue Scholarship

 

Recipients are currently enrolled or accepted into a graduate degree program specifically related to the flavor industry, including but not limited to chemistry, biology, food science, nutrition,  microbiology, engineering, business, or marketing.

  • 2016: Mei Song

    My name is Mei Song. I am currently a third year doctoral student from Dr. Elizabeth Tomasino’s lab at Oregon State University. I am a food chemist with over 10 years of study and work training. My broad interest is to investigate the variation and identification of volatile and nonvolatile compounds in different varieties and maturities of strawberries, blueberries and tomatoes by using GC-MS, GC-O and HPLC. My current project is on Analysis of Chiral Monoterpenes in White Wine by HS-SPME-MDGC-MS. I am really interested in flavor chemistry and wine chemistry, and would like to be a researcher in this area in my future career.



  • 2015 – David Potts

    David is currently pursuing a doctorate in food science under the supervision of Dr. Devin Peterson at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. His research topic is: “Characterization of the Key Flavor Compounds (Aroma and Taste) Responsible for the Creaminess Perception of Dairy Products.”


  • 2014 – Bethany Hausch


  • 2012 – Ian Ronningen


  • 2011 – Erin Burnside


  • 2010 – Elah Steltzer