Saturday December 16: First Open Day

Come Visit the University of Gastronomic Sciences Saturday December 16: First Open Day of the Academic Year 2006/2007 On Saturday December 16 the doors at UNISG’s two campuses in Pollenzo and Colorno will be open to welcome aspiring students and all those who are interested in finding out more about the university. We would recommend … …read more

UNISG at Abbiategusto 2006

The University of Gastronomic Sciences at Abbiategusto 2006 Festival of Quality Food and Wine from November 24 to 26 The University of Gastronomic Sciences will be in Abbiategrasso from November 24 to 26, for the seventh edition of the town’s festival, Abbiategusto, dedicated to food and wine. The first Italian Slow City, Abbiategrasso will devote … …read more

UNISG at JOB&Orienta

The University of Gastronomic Sciences at JOB&Orienta 2006 National Fair Dedicated to Schools, Education and Employment in Verona from November 23 to 25 From November 23 to 25 the University of Gastronomic Sciences will be participating in the 16th edition of JOB&Orienta – entrance Porta E via Belgio, Pavilion 6, stand 158 – at the … …read more

Graduation Day at Colorno

The University of Gastronomic Sciences Presents a New Development Plan and Celebrates the First Master in Food Culture Graduates The graduation ceremony for the first class of the Master in Food Culture: Communicating Quality Products will be held at 10.45am on Monday November 13, 2006, at the Reggia di Colorno, the postgraduate campus of the … …read more

Thematic Stages in November

November Stages Cover Fishing, Confectionery and Cured Meat November will see all three years of the degree-course students participating in thematic stages, on topics as diverse as fishing, artisanal confectionery and cured meat. On November 6 the third-year students began a stage on fishing, with four groups travelling to Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany, Sicily and Veneto to … …read more

New University Magazine

The New University Magazine: Gastronomic Sciences  The University of Gastronomic Sciences is pleased to announce that its new academic magazine Gastronomic Sciences – Food for Thought will be launched during Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre, held in Turin from October 26-30. The magazine will be published twice a year in two languages, Italian and … …read more

Open Days 2006/2007

Open Days at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in the Academic Year 2006/2007 Saturday December 16, Saturday February 17 and Saturday May 19 The University of Gastronomic Sciences is pleased to announce the dates for its Open Days during the academic year 2006/2007. The university will be open to schools, student groups and anyone else … …read more

Exhibition: Beatriz Morales

Exhibition “Mujeres” at the University of Gastronomic Sciences: Works by the Mexican artist Beatriz Morales As part of the event Terra Madre 2006, held in Turin from October 26 to 30, the Mexican artist Beatriz Morales will be holding an exhibition of 15 of her works, highly expressive studies of women. Following Terra Madre the … …read more

Teaching Highlights: Wolfgang Meyerhof

TEACHING HIGHLIGHTS OF THE MONTH: NOVEMBERWOLFGANG MEYERHOF Who: Professor Wolfgang Meyerhof  Title: Impact of Taste on Diet Abstract: Humans and mammals use their sense of taste to sample information about the chemical properties of their food. They distinguish five basic taste qualities: sweet, umami, bitter, sour and salty, with each quality having a separate physiological … …read more

First Stages Outside Europe

First Stages Outside Europe: Students to Study Food Culture in Australia, India, Japan and the United States The second-year students of the undergraduate degree course in Gastronomic Sciences will be finishing their academic year in September with a series of stages which will take them around the world in the pursuit of quality food culture, … …read more