Global Graduates in Gastronomy

September 17, 2007(Pollenzo, Italy) — The first seven graduates of the University of Gastronomic Sciences’ undergraduate program received their Bachelor Degrees on September 17th, 2007, at the university campus in Pollenzo, Italy.The seven, including one Mexican, one Hungarian, one Canadian, and four Italians, began their course of study in the 2004-05 academic year, and conclude … …read more

University of Gastronomic Sciences Hits #1 in Second Academic Ranking from Il Sole 24 Ore

Italy’s leading financial newspaper, Il Sole 24 Ore, has published a second report that places the University of Gastronomic Sciences first among Italian universities. Focused on growth and number of enrollments in undergraduate programs, the report was generated using official parameters from the Italian Ministry of Education and Universities. The daily’s rankings show that 70% … …read more

Open Access Resources Area

The Italian and English versions of the journal of the University of Gastronomic Sciences are available online (http://www.unisgjournal.it/) after completing the free registration. After accessing the Open Access Resources Area section registered users can download and use freely data and academic resources produced by the University of Gastronomic Sciences. Among the downloadable materials there are … …read more

A Passage to India for Third-Year UNISG Students

For their final foreign stage before graduation, University of Gastronomic Sciences third-years will travel to India, visiting the cities of Delhi and Dehradun and exploring traditional Indian cooking and food culture. The group, traveling from July 9 to 21, will take part in an intense program of site visits, discussions, seminars, and meetings with such … …read more

Stages in Australia, Japan, Mexico and the United States

Second-Year Degree Course Students Around the World to Get a Taste of International Food Culture: Australia, Japan, Mexico and the United States The last two weeks in June will see the second-year students of the Gastronomic Sciences degree course leaving Pollenzo to travel around the world, to Oceania, Asia or North America. The four groups … …read more

Fritjof Capra

Fritjof Capra to Teach Seminar at the University of Gastronomic Sciences On June 11, 2007, at 6pm, Professor Fritjof Capra will hold a seminar for University of Gastronomic Sciences students in the Aula Magna of the Cascina Albertina, Pollenzo Campus. Professor Capra is the founder of the Center for Ecoliteracy in Berkeley, California, and a … …read more

Stages in Germany, Spain and Canada

Students Traveling to Germany, Spain and Canada The students in the third year of the Gastronomic Sciences degree course are traveling through Europe and North America for their final regional stages. The three groups will be in Germany, Spain and Canada respectively, from May 13–25. The stage in Germany will focus on the areas of … …read more

University Magazine: Issue 1 Now Out

Issue 1 of Gastronomic Sciences: Food for Thought Published Issue 0 and 1 now available online The journal of the University of Gastronomic Sciences is back, with the just-published Issue 1. Both issue 0 and 1 can now be read online through the website www.unisgjournal.it. The entire contents in Italian and English are available to … …read more

Ann Noble

Course on Sensory Analysis of Wine for the Second-Year Students of the University of Gastronomic Sciences The students in the second year of the degree course in Gastronomic Sciences will have the chance to attend a fascinating series of lectures and practicals held by Ann Noble from May 14-18, 2007. She is a professer emerita … …read more

May 19 Open Day

Open Doors at the University of Gastronomic Sciences Come Visit the Pollenzo and Colorno Campuses on Saturday May 19 On Saturday May 19, 2007, the University of Gastronomic Sciences will open its doors to welcome aspiring students and all those who are interested in finding out more about the university. During the Open Day UNISG … …read more