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We are pleased to present the Symposium 2015 program, which contains the complete schedule of events and sessions, along with a wealth of information about the things you can look forward to as a Symposium attendee. Here’s the Symposium schedule at a glance: Tuesday, April 7 5 – 8 PM | Registration Reception  | Recital Hall Lobby Wednesday,

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We are pleased to offer a fellowship opportunity to attend the SCAA Symposium April 8-9, 2015, in Seattle, WA to a select number of individuals as determined by the application committee. This fellowship program, underwritten by S&D Coffee for the 2015 Symposium, is designed to give access to those who might not normally be able

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Symposium organizers are pleased to announce a fellowship opportunity to attend the SCAA Symposium April 23-24, 2014, in Seattle, WA. The Symposium Fellowship program is designed to give access to Symposium to those who might not normally be able to attend for financial or other reasons. The ideal Symposium Fellow is a future or current

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We have introduced a new element to the programming for select SCAA events this year, most recently bringing a special session of Symposium@ to the 13th annual Roasters Guild Retreat, held in West Virginia earlier this month. Symposium@ sessions are an extension of the main Symposium event, held annually in conjunction with the annual SCAA

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The future of the coffee industry depends on being able to breed the next generation of coffees that are both climate tolerant and have all of the beautiful flavors and aromas we know are possible in specialty. In order for coffee breeding programs to succeed, the industry needs a universal vocabulary of flavor that is

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By Maria Hill Gender Equity: Can Shifting Our Focus Improve the Supply Chain? Hosted by Kimberly Easson, VP of Strategic Partnerships & Gender Program Advisor, Coffee Quality Institute Kimberly Easson introduced the final Symposium session about Gender Equity that explored the issue of gender in producing countries. Recent data is showing that investing in gender

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By Jesse Bladyka Out of the Box: Unexpected Innovations in Coffee This morning, rested after an extraordinary opening day, the Symposium audience reconvened to hear from a group of innovators who spoke about pushing boundaries, extending limits, and exploring the frontiers of the specialty coffee industry, both figuratively and literally. A New Frontier: Coffee Farming

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By Hanna Neuschwander The Cutting Edge of Sensory Science Hosted by Emma Bladyka, Coffee Science Manager, SCAA Emma started us off this afternoon with a reminder that this is not the first time Symposium has tackled the issue of sensory science—and it’s unlikely to be the last. The complexity of describing coffee flavor and aroma

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The attendees of Symposium are industry leaders and firebrands, and the opportunity to serve coffee to that particular crowd presents a welcome and worthy challenge to the Barista Guild of America each year. BGA Executive Council leadership works closely with the SCAA Coffee Design and Experience Coordinator on ideas around what kind of coffee experience

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