Our first ever Women In Ag Science meet-up at the American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting Plant Health 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio.
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In Animal Science, there is a lot of enthusiasm to learn as much as possible about the animal or types of animals you like the most. In my case, I found a passion for chickens. Today, I share some of the most commonly asked questions from my experience as a poultry science TA inside and outside the classroom.
Ismael J. Pérez Cordero
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Our mission is to highlight women in agricultural sciences by telling their stories and to break the misconception of Ag Science as a career.
Increase women representation in Ag Science fields and transform society by creating a more accessible, inclusive, and diverse agriculture and science.
Dr. Asmeret Asefaw Berhe
Soil Science Professor at the University of California at Merced
From soil to social justice, Dr. AA Berhe is an advocate of soil health, anti-racism and equity.
Plant Pathology Ph.D. Student at Purdue University
With sheer tenacity and contagious excitement, Katherine transmits her passion for science and self-empowerment.
Daniela Orjuela-Diaz, M.Sc.
Soil Sciences M.Sc and incoming Ph.D. student
Passionate and persistent, Daniela works closely with farmers and their needs in the field to make her research work useful and applicable when helping these communities.
Dr. Paige Castellanos
Gender & Agriculture Assistant Research Professor
Whatever the future holds for Dr. Paige, one thing is clear: she will keep working with marginalized agricultural communities and amplifying their voices.
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