Anna Katharine Mansfield is an Associate professor of enology at Cornell’s NYSAES in Geneva, NY. She first worked in the wine industry in North Carolina’s Yadkin Valley, received graduate degrees at Virginia Tech and the University of Minnesota, and served as the first Enology Project leader at the University of Minnesota from 2001-2008. Mansfield returned to the east coast in 2009, and currently focuses her efforts in aiding small regional wineries through enology extension, wine sensory evaluation, and research on hybrid wine phenolics and fermentation nutrition.
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FDSC 8900: Master's Level Thesis Research
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Nearly 480 industry representatives tuned into a webinar on June 2, hosted by Anna Katharine Mansfield, associate professor of enology in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Chris Gerling, senior extension associate at Cornell...
Coherent safety information for food processing plants in New York and other states can be difficult to find, said Sam Alcaine, assistant professor of food science, who led the writing of the descriptive text for the new website. Food processors...
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