2014-2015 Knowledge Bowl Team Tryouts!
DATE: Monday, November 10th
TIME: 10 am, total time 2-3 hours
PLACE: Canyon Park
TEAM: Will consist of 4 team members and one alternate, but additional junior member team will be chosen
TRYOUT FORMAT: 50 question test. 4 member teams will play a game of Jeopardy for 2-12 minute rounds, and points will be accumulated.
- ATP’S Culinary Math, ServSafe Course Book, 6th Education
- Escoffier – The Complete Guide to the Art of Modern Cookery
- Culinary Arts – Principles and Applications, 2nd Edition
- On Baking – a Textbook of Baking and Pastry Fundamentals, 2nd Editions
Copies of books and detailed handout available at Canyon Park Office for study individually or as a group
GOAL: Regional Conference in Indianapolis in April, 2015
Chef John and Chef Meghan
Announcement of UVU ACF Culinary Team
Congratulations to the following students. They have been chosen to represent the CAI at Utah Valley University and the ACF Beehive Chefs Association. Thanks to all of those who “tried out” you all did a great job! Everyone should be proud of themselves for putting your skills out there for critique. We have accepted 8 positions for the team knowing that the cream will come to the top of the jar in a matter of time.
- Tyson Nordgren
- Brian Ferron
- Amy Stone
- Abby Bell
- Katie Owen
- Meagan Orr
- Charlene Marquez
- Chantelle Mott
As you know the actual team will consist of 4 team members and 1 Alternate. I also will be assigning a team manager and two “apprentices” that will assist the team and practice with the team each time in preparation for next year’s recruiting. Solidifying an assigned position will be up to you! Fight for it! Work for it! Show us that you want it. Our first practice/meeting will be Monday October 27th from 9:00 to 11:30 at the UCCU center kitchen.
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Women You are Invited to an Open House
Presented by Science, Technology, Engineering & Math
Tuesday, September 30, 2014, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Courtyard next to the Hall of Flags (by fountain/waterfall)
UVU parking is free after 5:00 pm
Are you already pursuing, or thinking about, a degree in Technology, Computing, Science, or Math? Find out how UVU can help you launch an exciting and well-paying career in these fields! Bring your family and friends along for the following:
• Meet with technology students, professors, graduates, and industry
• Discover UVU programs and resources available to women (scholarships, clubs, childcare)
• Learn about the exciting opportunities and careers in technology
• Food (including kid-friendly fare) and light refreshments provided
• Gift bags to the first 100 female attendees
Questions? Contact UVU TechManagement@uvu.edu or 801.863.8137 -- R.S.V.P. recommended
Catering Hours Available
Catering Hours are available. Please check the boards at Canyon Park or at the UCCU Center for times and day. We look forward to your help on these events and it is a great way to gain experience and hours.
Students! Come and have some fun at the Cage Party on Friday, August 29th in the morning at the UCCU Center!
Posted 8/27Two UVU Chefs Heading to National Competition
July 19, 2014 11:15 am • Barbara Christiansen
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