Engineering Seminar: Steven Stinson ’15

Friday, March 1 at 3:00pm

VanderWerf Hall, 102
27 Graves Place, Holland, MI 49423-3617

“Making Food: Fast-Paced Collaborative Engineering” by Steven Stinson ’15 – Mechanical Engineer in Foods & Manufacturing Group – Burns & McDonnell 

Have you ever thought about what it takes to make the stuffing at your Thanksgiving meal? Food facility engineering is exciting, practical, and requires collaboration among numerous engineering disciplines. This seminar will include Steven’s experience as a mechanical engineer at an engineering firm that designs and builds food production facilities. Hear about the process from idea to final product. What oven specifications are required to bake large quantities of bread per minute? How many pounds of flour do you need? What are you going to do with all the bread once it is cooked? How will you store it and package it? Come join us as we talk about the problems that a foods engineer gets to solve, and hear personal stories about projects that Steven has worked on, including stuffing, snack foods, coffee, and cupcakes.

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Academics, Natural & Applied Sciences Division, Engineering

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