Students

Southern Illinois University has an opening in their T.T.B. certified Service Lab

This is a great opportunity for someone that wants a foot in academia, but still primarily functions in the alcoholic bev QC world. If interested, please contact Dr. Matt McCarroll (App alum) at mmccarroll@chem.siu.edu.

Fermentation Science Graduates

The Fermentation Sciences program is a unique feature of Appalachian State University. Students can get involved in different fermentation related activities on campus as part of course work or one of the research projects. An updated list of events can be found at the Fermentation Club page. The club is part of the Appalachian State University AppSync Organization system.

AppSync Club page: https://orgsync.com/login/appalachian-state-university

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ASUFermentationClub/info/?tab=overview

students working at Beer fest event

The goal of the Fermentation Sciences Club is to extend the classroom experience to the greater community at the University. Our events will include guest speakers, hands-on fermentations, tastings, in-major mentoring and practical applications. The club is open to all majors, and will act as an academic, professional and social resource for students.

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