This month we recognize all the partners that make the Visiting Scholar program a success. Since 2001, WMC has invited more than 25 wheat-focused science professionals from key international markets to become Visiting Scholars and engage in a special research project to gain an in-depth understanding of the quality of U.S. wheat. For the past year, Ms. Yu-Ching Huang has worked on whole wheat steamed bread, including comparisons across different U.S. wheat classes and whole wheat particle sizes. She also assisted with on-going WMC research projects and technical teams.
We recognize the following partners for making this possible:
- China Grain Products Research & Development Institute (CGPRDI) for sharing Ms. Huang with us this past year.
- Idaho Wheat Commission and Montana Wheat and Barley Committee for funding the Visiting Scholar program.
- Huang for her time and dedication. We wish her all the best as she returns to Taiwan.
- Jayne Bock, program director.
We are making Ms. Huang’s research findings available in several ways, including a video presentation in Mandarin, a PowerPoint presentation in English, and full written report. For more information, contact Jayne at email@example.com.