Assistant Professor Enrique Salmon
Dig in to the fall food issue of Cal State East Bay Magazine
- December 2, 2011
Cal State East Bay Magazine is dishing up big issues and tasty reading fare in the current edition, with a focus on food and sustainability.
The fall 2011 issue — now available online — explores how the university’s faculty, students, and alumni are contributing to our understanding of food, science, and sustainability — past and present.
Enthnobotanist Enrique Salmon, an assistant professor of ethic studies, shares farming lessons from ancient cultures, and Linda Ivey, assistant professor of history, takes a look back to turn-of-the-century farming in Watsonville. Alumni share how they’ve found success in the food biz, including one whose gourmet frozen foods are improving customers’ quality of life, and a student blogger recaptures fond memories of home cooking.
This issue also features the 2011 Distinguished Alumnus and Young Alum of the Year — two women whose talents and drive pushed them to the top of their fields.
The online magazine includes articles and photo galleries and a Web extra, as well as a downloadable PDF of the print magazine. The full print edition is available for browsing online through issuu.com. Cal State East Bay Magazine readers can manage subscriptions online by clicking on the green-and-black ink-drop icon next to the green “Subscribe” label.
For a print copy of the current issue, contact Paris Winter at (510) 885-2360 or email@example.com.
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