July 27, 2016

27/07/2016: IGP Institute names Flour Milling and Grain Processing Curriculum Manager

http://www.grains.ksu.edu/igp
Shawn Thiele, IGP Institute Flour Milling and Grain Processing Curriculum Manager
The IGP Institute announces the recent appointment of Shawn Thiele as the flour milling and grain processing curriculum manager at Kansas State University. 
       
In this role, Mr Thiele develops and teaches the core milling and processing courses at the IGP Institute. In addition, he oversees the creation and presentation of workshops, on-site courses, distance education courses and other technical outreach programs to enhance the market promotion, consumption and utilisation of US cereal grains, oilseeds and their value-added products for the global grain and feed industry.
       
“I hope to strengthen and expand the IGP Institute’s milling and processing courses through new and innovative teaching materials to provoke learning for participants and vest interest from the industry to energise the consumption of US grains worldwide,” Mr Thiele says.
      
Before stepping into this position, Mr Thiele was the operations manager at the KSU Hal Ross Flour Mill for more than three years. Prior to that, he worked in the oat and corn milling business units for eight years at Quaker Oats in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
            
Grain Science and Industry Department Head and IGP Institute Director Gordon Smith says he is excited about leveraging Mr Thiele’s skills in his new role.
               
http://www.grains.ksu.edu/igp
Shawn Thiele leads a milling demonstration during the Flour Milling Course for US Wheat Associates Nigerian/South African Millers training
“Shawn is a proven technical expert and leader in milling operations and has demonstrated his commitment to K-State through his leadership at Hal Ross over the years,” Mr Smith says.
        
Brandi Miller, IGP Institute’s interim associate director, echoes Mr Smith’s sentiment by saying, “Shawn has already demonstrated his technical expertise through facilitation of courses at the IGP Institute. I am really excited to see him in a leadership role supporting the IGP Institute programs. He will truly be an asset as we look to building the future programing at IGP and are thrilled to have him on board.”
      
Mr Thiele may be reached via e-mail at smt9999@ksu.edu or by phone at 785-532-1189.
      
Learn more about the IGP Institute and its programs HERE.  

      

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