Each year the Kannapolis Scholars host a conference that brings together stakeholders to discuss the effectiveness and direction of current wellness research, initiatives and policies. They work to help provide connections and transdisciplinary solutions.
And They Ate Happily Ever After: Lifespan Nutrition for Health and Vitality (the 2013 Kannapolis Scholars Conference, July 26)
Join the Pack as we celebrate the planet and local food April 13-20, 2013.
The N.C. Research Campus Catalyst Group is hosting a campus-wide research symposium on Monday, April 15, 2013. The event will feature guest speaker Dr. John Finley (USDA-ARS), a poster contest and panel discussions.
The Plants for Human Health Institute and A.L. Brown High School will coordinate a vegetable tasting at the Rowan Cabarrus Community College building on the N.C. Research Campus on April 12, 2013. The event is part of the N.C. Science Festival.
Dr. Mary Ann Lila, director of the Plants for Human Health Institute, will be the featured speaker at the Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce’s 2M12@46 public lunch meeting on March 11, 2013.
A networking event for administrative professionals to become more familiar with its people and programs, the N.C. Research Campus Administrative Forum meets on the third Tuesdays of each month.
The 5th Annual Berry Health Benefits Symposium, an international conference that focuses on berries and human health, will be held June 18-20, 2013, at the Embassy Suites in Concord, N.C. PHHI Director Dr. Mary Ann Lila will be the keynote speaker.
Dr. Slavko Komarnytsky will present, “Nutrigenomic Modulation of Metabolic Diseases by Plant Steroids,” at the N.C. Research Campus on December 13, 2012. Recent research from Komarnytsky’s lab revealed that brassinosteroids found in food crops like broccoli, cabbage and mustard may increase muscle mass and physical performance.
From summer concerts in Village Park to the historic Gem Theatre’s Modern Film Fest, the downtown indoor farmers market and health and nutrition series at the North Carolina Research Campus, there are vast and eclectic entertainment options in Kannapolis.
The N.C. Research Campus and its partners offer events and activities year-round on campus, in downtown Kannapolis and in Village Park.