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Please join us  May 30th - June 5, 2015 for this exciting course.

Hosted by the International Soybean Program (INTSOY) at the National Soybean Research Lab, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. This intensive, five-day course is designed for technical, plant management, marketing, quality control, and research personnel interested in promoting private sector expansion of soybean foods in the international market. Participants will receive training in soybean processing and utilization at the INTSOY facilities and lectures will be held in the National Soybean Research Laboratory at the University of Illinois.

University of Illinois Crop Sciences professor, Brian Diers, Ph.D., recently won the prestigious Excellence in Production Research Award from the United Soybean Board.

50 million Americans don’t have enough food according to the USDA. Almost 2 million of the food insecure Americans live in Illinois and over 77,000 people who don’t have enough to eat live in East Central Illinois. On April 20, 2013, the University of Illinois and community volunteers will be joining forces to pack 146,000 meals of Italian Stovetop Casserole, a recipe developed at NSRL.