Tiger Food Lab
The state-of-the-art Tiger Food Lab in the R. Brad Martin Wellness Center is a teaching kitchen. It allows our registered dietitians and nutrition faculty to provide courses and programming to teach cooking fundamentals to the campus and community. The Lab provides space to host various classes which focus on healthy eating, nutrition for training, women’s health, nutrition throughout the lifespan and more.
The Tiger Food Lab also hosts programs throughout the year including Lunch & Learn, Date Night, Camp CHEF, community outreach programs, after-school cooking classes for K-12 and more. It is equipped with 12 cooking stations and one instructor's station equipped with an overhead camera. There are TV screens placed throughout the lab so that students can follow along with the instructor.