Clint Stevenson

Assistant Professor and Distance Education Coordinator

Now Considering Applicants:

Food Safety Education & Training Graduate Teaching Assistant: click here to download job posting

Academic Degrees

B.S. in Food Science, University of Idaho
M.S. in Food Science, Purdue University
Ph.D. in Food Science, North Carolina State University

Other Qualifications

Certified HACCP Auditor
Certified HACCP Trainer
Certified International HACCP Alliance Lead Instructor
NC State University Certificate of Accomplishment in Teaching

Teaching Activities

Coordinating and teaching a distance education Food Safety Manager Certificate program, which includes the following courses:

FS 295 Basics of Food Safety & Quality
FS 350 Intro to HACCP
FS 416 Quality Control in Food & Bioprocessing

Go to foodsafety.ncsu.edu to learn more.

Extension & Outreach Activities

Developing and delivering online training programs for food quality assurance professionals, including the following:

Intro to Microbial Foodborne Hazards
Pre-Requisite Programs in Food Manufacturing
Intro to HACCP
Norovirus

Go to foodsafety.ncsu.edu to learn more.

Service Activities

Chair-Elect, Institute of Food Technologists Education, Extension and Outreach Division
Member, National FFA Association Food Science Career Development Event Steering Committee
Faculty Advisor, Nu Chapter of the Alpha Gamma Rho chapter

Research Interests

Assessing the effectiveness of various teaching methods and instructional design, determining the education, training and workforce needs in food safety and quality assurance, and applied quality control research projects.

Stories about Dr. Clint Stevenson

Team Up for Food Safety

Howling Cow TV: A Case Study for Online Learning

Student Project Boosts Sustainability at Howling Cow Creamery

Alumni Feature: Clint Stevenson

 

Curriculum vitae

Peer reviewed manuscripts:
Stevenson CD. 2015. Occupational analysis of the present and future food safety workforces. Food Protection Trends. March/April.
Stevenson CD, Alberts CM, and Johnston LM. 2014. Perceptions of food safety careers among high school and community college students in rural North Carolina. NACTA Journal 58(3): 208-213.
Johnston L, Wiedmann M, Orta-Ramirez A, Nightingale K, Moore C, Stevenson C and Jaykus L. 2014. Identification of core competencies for an undergraduate food safety curriculum using a modified Delphi approach. Journal of Food Science Education 13(1): 12-21.
Stevenson CD and Harris GK. 2014. Instruments for characterizing teaching practices: a review. NACTA Journal 58(2): 102-108.

Peer reviewed lessons:
Cheng C and C Stevenson. 2014. Packin’ Pickles: Generous Employees. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science. Available at http://sciencecases.lib.buffalo.edu/cs/collection/detail.asp?case_id=757&id=757
Stevenson C and Agles M. 2013. Food safety preventative controls in Costa Rica. USDA Challenge Grant Program: Teaching Locally Engaging Globally. Collaboration coordinated by Jackie Bruce in the Department of Agricultural and Extension Education at NC State University. Available at http://globaleducationlab.org/Articulate/food_safety2/player.html
Stevenson C and Agles M. 2013. International careers in improving food security through food science. USDA Challenge Grant Program: Teaching Locally Engaging Globally. Collaboration coordinated by Jackie Bruce in the Department of Agricultural and Extension Education at NC State University. Available at http://globaleducationlab.org/Articulate/careers_food_science3/player.html