Learning – and great eating – doesn’t need to stop this summer, when a new series of cooking classes at the Thompson School of Applied Science at the University of New Hampshire introduces adult learners to a wide range of cuisines and culinary techniques.
Marissa Huppe ’13 gained extensive experience in everything from
cultivating vegetables to training oxen during her childhood on a
working farm in New Hampshire. “I have done vegetable production
outdoors,” says Huppe, “but never in high tunnels before.” For this
Farmington native, the hands-on aspects of working in the high tunnels –
as part of the Integrated Agricultural Management program in the
Thompson School of Applied Science – rounds out her early introduction
UNH’s Thompson School Offers Adult Cooking Classes
From the Pyrennes Mountains to the shores of southern Italy, from
classic pastries to gluten-free concoctions, a new series of cooking
classes at the Thompson School of Applied Science at the University of
New Hampshire introduces adult learners to a wide range of cuisines and
Several scholarships are available for currently enrolled and incoming students at the Thompson School of Applied Science. Due date for submission of completed applications forms (handwritten applications will not be accepted) is no later than noon, Monday, March 18, 2013, unless otherwise noted.
Each February, hundreds of college students from the east coast gather together to judge livestock, participate in quiz bowls, and present original research and review papers in competition. The 2013 event was held at Rutgers University in New Jersey. Teams of 4 or 5 students compete in the event.