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WE ARE INCREASING VISIBILITY OF WOMEN IN AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES

By highlighting women in agricultural sciences, we strive to inspire the next generation of scientists, challenge stereotypes, broaden perceptions of agricultural careers and foster connections and collaborations.

While many platforms spotlight women in STEM, our focus extends to the often-overlooked realm of agricultural sciences. Agriculture, a vital field heavily rooted in STEM, encompasses various disciplines beyond the traditional scope.

Becca Honeyball

Ph.D. Candidate in the Horticulture Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Dr. Noelia García-Franco

Soil scientist specializing in carbon sequestration and climate change at Technische Universität München (Lehrstuhl für Bodenkunde) in Germany

Yeter Seda Karakoc

Graduate student at Clemson University

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The Women in Ag Science Podcast highlights scientists who identify with womanhood and work in diverse fields of agriculture. We share interviews and discussions on topics of agricultural sciences, lifestyle and wellness as scientists, as well as diversity, equity, justice, and inclusion in the ag sciences.

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Meet Dr. Rocio Melissa Rivera, Animal Reproduction-Epigenetist

In this episode, we interviewed Dr. Rocio Melissa Rivera, an Animal Reproduction-Epigenetist at University of Missouri (Mizzou). We talked about the role of mentors and their responsibility with students and the importance of changing how vulnerability is perceived in academia.
If you would like to access the full article of this episode, please check it out on the following link: https://www.womeninagscience.org/post/dr-rocío-m-rivera

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