Milling & Baking Division

History

The Milling and Baking Division was organized in 1970, with the first meeting held as the Spring Technical Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The intent was to bring together persons in the fields of milling and baking to provide a forum for discussions, reviews and information-sharing on topics of interest to these industries. The Milling and Baking Division was formed to provide a unified industry stance on matters of government regulation.

Mission

The Milling and Baking Division will provide a forum for professionals of all levels on various phases of the chemistry and technology of milling and baking cereal-based products. The Milling and Baking Division will encourage research, discussion and dissemination of information on cereal-based products. The Division will strive to educate and enlighten its members on the latest technological advances, product developments and regulatory issues. 

Bylaws

Proposed changes to by-laws (August 2017)

Proposed changes to policies (September 2017)

Officer Listing

 

Meetings

2018 AACCI Milling & Baking Spring Technical Conference

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Milling & Baking Meeting Archives:    2012     2013     2014     2015     2016     2017

Membership Benefits

Membership in the Milling and Baking Division opens the opportunity for communication with leaders in the fields of milling and baking. The Division strives to provide the latest information on technology to its membership at the Spring Technical Conference. The Division supports professional development of students through Travel Awards and Scholarships. The Division also recognizes leadership and contributions of its members. Members interact and converse freely on topics that impact our business and research activities.

How to Join

Membership is open to all members of AACCI. Dues are $25 per calendar year. To join, simply contact an AACCI Member Services Representative at +1.651.454.7250 or e-mail your request to dkessler@scisoc.org.

Awards

Myron D. "Mike" Baustian Award is named in honor of the first Chair of the Milling and Baking Division. It is presented from time to time as deemed appropriate by the Awards Committee. It recognizes members for leadership and contributions to the Milling and Baking Division.

  • 2006 Recipient - Bill Olson
  • 2008 Recipient - Steve Schorn
  • 2009 Recipient - Lee Sanders
  • 2010 Recipient - Debi Rogers
  • 2011 Recipient - Dave Braun
  • 2013 Recipient - Laurie Gorton
  • 2016 Recipient - Barbara Heidolph

The John C. Halverson Memorial Lectureship is an award presented by the Milling and Baking Division to honor an individual for their contributions to the technology of milling and baking. The award consists of an inscribed certificate plaque. The recipient is given the opportunity to present a technical paper detailing their findings and accomplishments.

  • 2002 Recipient - Okky Chung
  • 2003 Recipient - Patrick Finney
  • 2005 Recipient - Paul Seib
  • 2007 Recipients - Louise Slade and Harry Levine
  • 2008 Recipient - Julie Miller Jones
  • 2009 Recipient - Art Bettge
  • 2010 Recipient - Bill Atwell
  • 2013 Recipient - Glenn Gaesser
  • 2014 Recipient - Steve Taylor
  • 2015 Recipient - Joanne Slavin
  • 2016 Recipient - Craig Morris

 

Scholarships

The George K. Minor Undergraduate Scholarship honors George Minor for his long and dedicated service to the AACCI Milling and Baking Division and the industry. An undergraduate scholarship award totaling $3,000 can be made annually to a deserving student preparing a career in milling and baking.

Applications for AACCI Scholarships including the George K. Minor Scholarship sponsored by the Milling & Baking Division are solicited from appropriate University department heads and other sources by the AACCI. To apply for a scholarship visit the AACCI Foundation website.

Completed applications are evaluated by the Scholarship Jury of AACCI members. The highest monetary awards go to the highest ranked applicants. Special requests of scholarship donors, such as Milling & Baking Division's preference for a senior majoring in milling or baking or a closely related area, are also considered in determining which award goes to which applicant.

The M. Rella Dwyer Graduate Fellowship honors M. Rella Dwyer. A graduate fellowship award totaling $3,000 can be made annually to a deserving student preparing a career in milling and baking.

Applications for AACCI Scholarships including the M. Rella Dwyer Fellowship sponsored by the Milling & Baking Division are solicited from appropriate University department heads and other sources by AACCI. To apply for a fellowship visit the AACCI Foundation website.

Completed applications are evaluated by the Scholarship Jury of AACCI members. The highest monetary awards go to the highest ranked applicants. Special requests of scholarship donors, such as Milling & Baking Division's preference for a graduate student earning an advanced degree in milling or baking or a closely related area, are also considered in determining which award goes to which applicant.

 

Job Opportunities

 Assistant Professor, Bakery Science Program at Kansas State University

 

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