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WOMEN IN AG SCIENCE

​INSPIRE. EDUCATE. CONNECT. 

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"Having a strong technical background, such as a PhD, is very useful for speaking with the inventors and reviewing information related to the discovery. It is also helpful to understand the process of academic research, as it helps me understand the concerns and motivations of the inventors."

-Julia Miller, PhD 

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MISSION

Our mission is to highlight women in agricultural sciences by telling their stories and to break the misconception of Ag Science as a career.

VISION

Increase women representation in Ag Science fields and transform society by creating a more accessible, inclusive, and diverse agriculture and science.

NEW FEATURES

Dr. Asmeret Asefaw Berhe

Vision

Katherine Rivera-Zuluaga

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.

Dr. Emma Hernández-Sanabria

Microbial Ecologist at the Flemish Institute of Biotechnology

From uncertainty to adventure, from macro to micro, from challenge to triumph, Emma's pursuit of science is nothing short of bold. 

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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