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                                       Margaret Binkley
                                  Department of Consumer Sciences
                                       The Ohio State University
                                 1787 Neil Ave. Campbell Hall, 115C
                                        Columbus, OH 43210
                              Phone: (614) 292-4529 Fax: (614) 688-8133




Education

      Doctor of Philosophy
      Department of Hospitality & Tourism Management, Purdue University-2005
      Concentration: Food Safety with minor in Politics and Federal Regulations

      Master of Science
      Department of Hospitality & Tourism Management, Purdue University-2001
      Concentration: Foodservice/Marketing

      Master of Arts
      Department of Journalism, Ball State University-1986
      Concentration: Journalism/Public Relations

      Bachelor of Science
      School of Business, Indiana University-1978
      Concentration: Marketing/Advertising



Key Research Interest Areas

      Food safety issues in the foodservice industry including: food safety training of managers,
      restaurant culture, handwashing compliance, safety of to-go packaging, consumer food safety
      knowledge, independent restaurants, obesity issues and nutritional labeling.


 Academic Teaching

      Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University-Department of Consumer Sciences (2008-
      present). Courses taught: Beverage Management, Introduction to Hospitality Marketing,
      Advances Food Systems Management.

      Adjunct Faculty, Texas Tech University-Department of Animal and Food Science
      (2008-present)
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      Adjunct Faculty, Texas Tech University-Department of Nutrition, Hospitality and Retailing
      (2008-present)

      Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University-Department of Nutrition, Hospitality and Retailing
      (2005-2008). Courses taught: Operations Management for Service Industries, Advanced Food
      Systems Management, Food Systems I, Food Systems II, Freshman Seminar.

      Graduate Instructor, Purdue University-Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management
      (2003-2005). Courses taught: Foodservice Sanitation and Health Issues, Quantity Food
      Production and Service.

      Teaching Assistant, Purdue University (1999-2003). Courses taught: Quantity Food
      Production and Service (lab), Advanced Foodservice Techniques.


Student Committees

      Doctoral committees: Serve as Co-Chair on one committee, member on four
      Master’s committees: Member of two committees


Refereed Journal Publications

      Henroid, D., Binkley, M., & Lacey, R. (2009). Developing Feedback Systems to Improve
      Hand Hygiene Compliance in Retail Food Establishments. Journal of the American Dietetic
      Association, 109(9), A-64.

      Thomas, Jr., L., Nelson, D., Almanza, B., Binkley, M. (2009). “The Use of Thermal Capacity
      in Measuring the Effectiveness of Meals on Wheels Transport Containers.” Florida
      International University Hospitality Review, 27(1), 90-109.

      Binkley, M., Nelson, D. & Almanza, B. (2008). “Impact of Manager Certification on Food
      Safety Knowledge and Restaurant Health Inspection Scores in Tippecanoe County, Indiana.”
      Journal of Culinary Science & Technology, 6(4), 343-350.

      Binkley, M., Broz, C., Boyce, J., Kim, H. (2008). “Consumer Perception of Take-out Food:
      Safe Handling Practices and Desired Packaging Attributes.” Journal of Foodservice
      Management and Education, 3. http://fsmec.org/journal_current.html.

      Boyce, J., Broz, C., Binkley, M. (2008). “Consumer Perspectives: Take-out Packaging and
      Food Safety.” British Food Journal, 110(8), 819-828.

      Barber, N., Boyce, J., Binkley, M., Broz, C. (2007). “How do Silicone Muffin Pans
      Compare to Traditional Metal Pans?” Journal of Foodservice, 18, 218-226.

      Binkley, M., Lester, J., & Ghiselli, R. (2007). “The Utility of Media Frames as a Research
      Tool in Foodservice Operations.” Journal of Culinary Science & Technology, 5(1), 19-31.


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      Frash, Jr., R. Binkley, M., Nelson, D., Almanza, B. (2006). “Transfer of Training Efficacy in
      U.S. Food Safety Accreditation.” Journal of Culinary Science & Technology, 4(2/3), 7-38.

      Binkley, M. & Ghiselli, R. (2005). “Food Safety Issues and Training Methods for Ready-
      to-Eat Foods in the Grocery Industry.” Journal of Environmental Health, 68(3), 27-31.

      Binkley, M. & Ghiselli, R. (2004). “Gauging the Effects of Lowering the Blood Alcohol
      Concentration From 0.10 to 0.08 on the Hospitality Industry.” Journal of Foodservice
      Business Research, 6(4), 107-123.


Work Under Review

      Burusnukul, P., Binkley, M., Sukalakamala, P. (2009). “Factors Affecting International
      Tourists’ Selection of Foodservices in Thailand.” Submitted for review to the British Food
      Journal.


Invited Presentations

      Binkley, M., Lee, Jiyoung (2009). “Microbiology Properties of Edible Flowers.” Winter
      meeting for the Ohio Association for Food Protection, January 13th, 2010.

      Binkley, M. (2007). “Does Foodservice Manager Credentialing Have An Effect On Food
      Safety Knowledge And Health Inspection Scores?” Centers for Disease Control and
      Prevention-Environmental Health Services Steering Committee Vision Meeting, Atlanta,
      GA, January 21-25, 2007.

      The Conference for Food Protection, Inspection Form Committee, sub-committee meeting on
      scoring, January 30, 2007.



Refereed Conference Publications and Presentations

      Henroid, D. Binkley, M. & Lacey, R. (2010). “Developing Active Handwashing Monitoring
      Systems in Restaurants.” To be presented at the 2010 Food Safety Education Conference,
      Atlanta, GA, March 23-26, 2010.

      Binkley, M., Henroid, D. & Lacey, R. (2010). “Hand Hygiene in Retail Food
      Establishments.” To be presented at the 2010 Food Safety Education Conference, Atlanta,
      GA, March 23-26, 2010.

      Henroid, D., Binkley, M., & Lacey, R. (2009). “Developing feedback systems to improve
      hand hygiene compliance in retail food establishments.” Proceedings of the American
      Dietetic Association Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo, Denver, CO, October17-20,
      2009. (Poster and Proceedings) p. 64.



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Burusnukul, P., Binkley, M., Harp, S., Henroid, D. (2009). “Handwashing Behavior in
Foodservice: Development of a Research Instrument.” Proceedings of the 96th Annual
Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Grapevine, TX, July 12-14,
2009. (Poster and Proceedings) p. 97.

Binkley, M., Boyce, J., Broz, C. (2009). “Examining Food Safety and Packaging Issues of
Take-out Foods From Restaurants.” Proceedings of the Foodservice Systems Management
Education Council Biennial Conference 2009, Grapevine, TX, March 12-14. (Presentation)

Burusnukul, P., Binkley, M., Harp, S. (2009) “Handwashing Behavior in Foodservice:
Development of Research Instrument.” Presented at the Graduate Student Poster
Competition for Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, March 2009. 2nd place award.

Kim, H.S., Binkley, M. (2009). “Evaluation of a Take-out Food Safety Perception
Instrument.” Proceedings of the 14th Annual Graduate Education and Graduate Student
Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism, Las Vegas, NV, January 4-6, 2009.

Binkley, M., Broz, C., Boyce, J. (2008). “Consumer’s and Take-out Food: Safe Handling
Practices, Desired Packaging Attributes, and Temperature Integrity of Packaging.”
Proceeding of the 95th Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection,
Columbus, OH, August 3-6, 2008. (Presentation and Proceedings), p. 47.

Burusnukul, P., Binkley, M., Sukalakamala, P. (2008). “Factors Affecting International
Tourists Selection of Foodservices in Thailand.” Proceedings of the 13th Annual Graduate
Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism, Orlando,
FL, January 3-5, 2008. (Proceedings)

Binkley, M., Nelson, D., Almanza, B. (2007). “Health Code Violations: Is There
Consistency In Types Of Violations By State/County, A Case Study.” Proceedings of the 94th
Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Orlando, FL, July 8-11,
2007. (Poster and Proceedings), p. 138.

Boyce, J., Binkley, M., Sukalakamala, S. (2007). “Taking a Signature Menu Item From In-
House to Retail Store Sales.” Proceedings of the 14th Annual International Conference of
The European Institute of Retailing and Services Studies, San Francisco, CA, June 29 – July
2, 2007. (Proceedings)

Binkley, M., Nelson, D., Almanza, B., Ghiselli, R. (2006). “Does Foodservice Manager
Credentialing Have An Effect On Food Safety Knowledge And Health Inspection Scores?”
Proceedings of the 93rd Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection,
Calgary, Alberta, Canada, August 13-16, 2006. (Presentation and Proceedings), p. 85.

Nelson, D., Binkley, M., Almanza, B., Ghiselli, R. (2006). “Impact of Manager Food
Handling Certification on Food Safety” Proceedings of the International Council on Hotel,
Restaurant, and Institutional Education Conference, Crystal City, VA, July 26-30, 2006
(Proceedings)-Best Paper Award, pp.268-272.




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Binkley, M., Nelson, D., Almanza, B., Ghiselli. (2006). “The Impact of Foodservice
Manager Credentialing on Food Safety Knowledge and Health Inspection Reports”
Proceedings of the National Environmental Health Association for the NEHA Annual
Educational Conference & Exhibition, San Antonio, TX, June 25-28, 2006. (Poster and
Proceedings)

Binkley, M (2006). “The Impact of Foodservice Manager Credentialing on Food Safety
Knowledge” Presented at the Human Sciences Week for the College of Human Sciences,
Texas Tech University, March, 2006. (Poster)

Thomas, Jr., L., Nelson, D., Almanza, B., Binkley, M. (2006). “Meals on Wheels Delivery
Containers: Does Yours Pass the Test?” Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Graduate
Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism, Seattle,
WA, January 4-6, 2006 (Proceedings), pp.64-69.

Frash, R., Binkley, M., Nelson, D., & Almanza, B. (2005). “Transfer of Food Safety
Education.” Proceedings of the 17th Annual International Society of Travel & Tourism
Educators Conference, Chicago, IL, October 20-23, 2005. (Proceedings), pp. 190-192.

Nelson, D., Binkley, M., & Almanza, B. (2005). “Relationship of Restaurant Inspection
Scores, Certification, and Food Safety Knowledge in Tippecanoe County, Indiana.”
Proceedings of the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education
Conference, Las Vegas, NV, July 26-28, 2005. (Proceedings)

Binkley, M., Nelson, D., & Almanza, B. (2005). “Relationship of Restaurant Inspection
Scores, Certification, and Food Safety Knowledge in Tippecanoe County, Indiana.”
Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Graduate Education and Graduate Student Research
Conference in Hospitality and Tourism, Myrtle Beach, SC, January 5-7, 2005. (Presentation
and Proceedings), pp. 94-102.

Binkley, M., Nelson, D., Almanza, B., & Ghiselli, R. (2005). “Impact of Foodservice
Manager Credentialing on Food Safety.” Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Graduate
Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism, Myrtle
Beach, SC, January 5-7, 2005. (Presentation and Proceedings), pp. 89-93.

Roberson, R., Binkley, M., Almanza, B., Nelson, D., Ismail, J. (2005). “Safe Handling of
Home Delivered Meals to Older Americans in a Mid-Western State.” Proceedings of the
Tenth Annual Graduate Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in Hospitality
and Tourism, Myrtle Beach, SC, January 5-7, 2005. (Proceedings), pp. 811-819.

Chien, W., Binkley, M., Almanza, B., Nelson, D., & Ghiselli, R. (2005). “State Health
Department Directors’ Attitudes About Certification Programs in Safe Food Handling.”
Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Graduate Education and Graduate Student Research
Conference in Hospitality and Tourism, Myrtle Beach, SC, January 5-7, 2005. (Proceedings),
pp. 193-202.




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    Binkley, M. & Ghiselli, R. (2004). “Food Safety Training Methods in the Grocery Industry:
    A Look at RTE Foods.” Accepted for presentation at the 35th Annual Foodservice
    Distribution Research Society conference, San Luis Obispo, CA, October 10-11, 2004.
    Conference not attended.

    Binkley, M. & Ghiselli, R. (2004). “Food Safety Issues and Training Methods for
    Ready to Eat Foods in the Grocery Industry.” Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Graduate
    Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism (pp. 33-
    43), Jan 6-8, Houston, TX, 2004. (Presentation and Proceedings), pp. 33-43.

    Binkley, M., Lester, J., Ghiselli, R., & Clawson, R. (2004). “The Utility of Media
    Frames as a Research Tool in Foodservice Operations.” Proceedings of the Ninth
    Annual Graduate Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in
    Hospitality and Tourism (pp. 23-32), Jan 6-8, Houston, TX, 2004. (Presentation and
    Proceedings), pp.23-32.

    Binkley, M.& Ghiselli, R. (2003). “Will Lowering the Blood Alcohol Concentration From
    0.10 to 0.08 Reduce the Amount of Alcohol Related Fatalities?” Proceedings of the Eight
    Annual Conference and Graduate Student Research in Hospitality and Tourism (pp.29-33),
    Jan 5-7, Las Vegas, NV, 2003. (Presentation and Proceedings), pp. 29-33.

    Roberson, R., Binkley, M., Almanza, B.& Ismail, J. (2003). “Does Restaurant Type Influence
    Health Inspection Scores.” Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Conference and Graduate
    Student Research in Hospitality and Tourism (pp.584-588), Jan 5-7, Las Vegas, NV, 2003.
    (Proceedings), pp. 584-588.


Grants-Awarded

 External


    United States Department of Agriculture, CREES Grant, (2008-2010) “Food Safety
           Compliance and Development of Online Training for Self-Serve Food Bars.” Co-
           Principal Investigator, $599,347

    United States Department of Agriculture, CREES Grant, (2007-2010).
           “Improving Hand Hygiene Compliance in Restaurants.” Co-Principal Investigator,
           $472,038

    Foodservice Systems Management Education Council (FSMEC) Grant (2006-2007).
          “Examining Food Safety and Packaging of Take-Out Food from the Consumer’s
          Standpoint.” Principal Investigator, $1,000

    United States Department of Agriculture CREES Grant, Graduate Research Assistant (2003-
          2005). “Impact of Foodservice Manager Credentialing on Food Safety.” Dr. Doug
          Nelson, Principal Investigator, $131,000



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      United States Department of Agriculture CREES Grant, Graduate Research Assistant (2002-
             2004). “Foodservice Directors’ Concerns Over Food Safety Behaviors in the Meals
             on Wheels Program.” Dr. Barbara Almanza, Principal Investigator, $340,000

   Internal

      Research Center Grant, The Ohio State University (2009). Collaborator on the Food
             Innovation Center. $3,750,000

      Office of Research Services, Texas Tech University, Research Enrichment Fund (2007),
             “What’s on Your Table? A Pilot Study Examining the Consumer Environment of
             Foodservice Establishments.” Co-Principle Investigator, $34,941

      College of Human Sciences Grant (2007-2008). “What’s on Your Table? A Pilot Study
             Examining the Consumer Environment of Foodservice Establishments.” Principal
             Investigator, $4,500

      College of Human Sciences Grant (2006-2007). “Examining Food Safety and Packaging
             Issues of Take-Out Foods from Restaurants.” Principal Investigator, $4,500

      Arthur Avery Foundation Grant (2003). “Food Safety Issues and Training Methods for
             Ready to Eat Foods in the Grocery Industry.” $500


 Grants-Submitted


      Office of Research Services, Texas Tech University, Experimental Sciences Building
             Initiative (2008). “International Center for Food Industry Excellence: Consumer
             Health and Safety Research Initiative.” $35,000

      Office of Research Services, Texas Tech University (2006)-“Is Availability Through
             Proximity a Contributing Factor for Overweight in Adolescents and Young Adults?”
             $15,000

      Purdue Research Foundation (2003)-“Temperature Integrity of To-Go Packaging in the
             Foodservice Industry.” $25,000


Hospitality Industry Experience

      Assistant General Manager, Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar (1998-2005)

      General Manager, Einstein Bros. Bagels (1997-1998)

      Assistant Manager, TGIFriday’s (1996-1997)

      Assistant Manager, Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar (1989-1996)


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Reviewer

    Fifteenth Annual Graduate Student Research conference in Hospitality and Tourism,
    Washington, D.C. (2010)

    Reviewer for the Journal of Child Nutrition and Management (2009)

    Undergraduate research grants, The College of Education and Human Ecology, The Ohio
    State University (2009)

    Fourteenth Annual Graduate Student Research conference in Hospitality and Tourism, Las
    Vegas, Nevada (2009)

    Texas Tech University Office of Research Services. Reviewed 28 grants for the $1 million
    research enrichment fund (2008)

    National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation ManageFirst Program. Reviewed
    two textbooks used for this program (2008)

    Texas Tech University Office of Research Services. Reviewed 25 grants for the $1 million
    research enrichment fund (2007)

    Thirteenth Annual Graduate Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in
    Hospitality and Tourism, Orlando, Florida (2008)

    Twelfth Annual Graduate Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in
    Hospitality and Tourism, Houston, Texas (2007)

    International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education Conference, Crystal
    City, VA (2005)

    Eleventh Annual Graduate Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in
    Hospitality and Tourism, Seattle, WA (2006)


Committees/Service

    Faculty Search Committee for Department Chair, Department of Consumer Sciences, The
    Ohio State University (2009)

    Food Safety Conference Committee, Department of Consumer Sciences, The Ohio State
    University (2009)

    Constitution and Bylaws Committee, Conference for Food Protection (2009)

    Member of planning committee for Food Innovation Center, The Ohio State University
    (2009)



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      Judge for the Seventh Annual Gordon Food Service Ohio ProStart Invitational, Food Safety
      and Knife Cuts, Ohio Restaurant Association Education Foundation (2009)

      Seminar Committee, College of Human Sciences, The Ohio State University (2008-2009)

      Judge for the Bob Albin Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award for the Department of
      Animal and Food Science, Texas Tech University (2008)

      Taught ServSafe® classes through the International Center for Food Industry Excellence,
      April and June (2008)

      Faculty Search Committee, Department of Restaurant, Hotel & Institutional Management,
      Texas Tech University (2008)

      Faculty Search Committee, Department of Nutritional Sciences, Texas Tech University
      (2008)

      Faculty Senate, Texas Tech University, College of Human Sciences representative (2007).
      Three-year term, Budget Committee, 2007-2008

      Charter member of The Texas Tech University Research Committee (2007). Three-year
      term

      Taught ServSafe® classes through the International Center for Food Industry Excellence,
      April-December (2007)

      Web Page Design Committee, Nutrition, Hospitality and Retailing (2006-2007)

      Research Committee, College of Human Sciences, Texas Tech University (2006-2007)

      Member of Retail Food Safety and Quality Committee, International Association for Food
      Protection (2006-present)

      Commencement Committee, Department of Restaurant, Hotel & Institutional Management,
      Texas Tech University (2005-2006)


Recognitions & Awards

      Appointed faculty member, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, The Ohio
      State University, 2008

      Appointed faculty member, International Center for Food Industry Excellence, Texas Tech
      University, 2006

      Best Paper Award, International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education
      Conference, Crystal City, VA, July 26-30, 2006



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       Awarded Best Doctoral Student, Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management,
       Purdue University, 2005

       $3,300 scholarship, International Foodservice Editorial Council, August 2004

       Purdue University Graduate Student Award for Outstanding Teaching, April 2003

       $2,000 scholarship, Food Consultants Society International, 2002

       $500 Arthur Avery Foodservice Research Grant, Purdue University, 2002

       $1,000 scholarship, Howard Rosfeld Foundation for Academic Achievement and Industry
       Experience, 2002


Professional Affiliations

       International Association for Food Protection (IAFP)

       The Ohio Association for Food Protection (OAFP)

       Conference for Food Protection (CFP)

       National Environmental Health Association (NEHA)

       Foodservice Systems Management Education Council (FSMEC)

       Gamma Sigma Delta academic honorary

       Kappa Omicron Nu academic honorary


Professional Certifications

       Certified instructor and proctor, National Restaurant Association ServSafe AlcoholTM
       program, (2009)

       SuperSafeMark certified, Food Marketing Institute (2009)

       Certified instructor and proctor, National Restaurant Association ServSafe® program, (2008)

       Distinguished trainer, National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Training, LLC.
       (2007)

       Certified instructor, National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF)
       Manage First ProgramTM (2007)

       Certified Professional in Food Safety (CP-FS), National Environmental Health Association
       (2005)
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Better Process Control School, Purdue University and the Food and Drug Administration
(2005)

Development and Implementation of HACCP and Prerequisite Programs (2005)




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