In 2021, the SEC Emerging Scholars Program was established to provide professional development and networking opportunities for current doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers who are considering careers in higher education. The Emerging Scholars Program encourages top scholars to seek employment and mentorship within the SEC. Each SEC member school was tasked with selecting up to 10 individuals to participate in the first workshop. The University of Tennessee had 45 outstanding nominees, and 10 were selected. Julian Cosner, a Ph.D. student under the tutelage of Dr. Grant, has been announced as one of the 10 participants! This is an impressive accomplishment. Congratulations Julian!
Rufus Akinrinlola, a Ph.D. student under the tutelage of Dr. Kelly, has been announced as a recipient of the Corteva DELTA grant! The Corteva Developing Emerging Leaders and Talent in Agriculture (DELTA) program provides support to diverse talent and their research focusing on sustainable and reliable food production. Rufus participated in a research symposium, showcasing his research in nematode populations in soybeans and how they affect cover crops and Nitrogen fixation. Congratulations Rufus! Well-deserved.
Swati Mishra, Ph.D. student under the tutelage of Dr. Jurat-Fuentes, was just awarded as an FFAR Fellow! Check out the full interview!
This week, the Diversity and Inclusion committee is highlighting UTK Alumni, Jerreme Jackson, and EPP MS Student, Amira Cornish!
This week, the Diversity and Inclusion committee is introducing two more scientists that have contributed to American culture, specifically technology. We are highlighting Frederick M. Jones and Dr. Gladys West for their impact on technology both domestic and global. Jones’s innovations revolutionized the refrigeration industry and Dr. West’s research was vital to modern technology, from GPS in phones to precision farming.
EPP is excited to celebrate Black History Month by recognizing the vital role of Black people in U.S. history and science. This week, we are highlighting two black scientists from the past and present, who both embody the theme of “Feeding the World”
EPP is excited to celebrate Black History Month by recognizing the vital role of Black people in U.S. history and science. This week, we are highlighting two black scientists from the past and present, who both embody the themes of “First” and “Groundbreaking”
The Office of Research & Engagement interviewed Julian Cosner. Check it out here: https://research.utk.edu/graduate-student-spotlight-julian-cosner/
Well, 2020 has been some year!
We would have loved to welcome you to the second WFA summit this December to share ideas, inspiration and a cocktail or two.
Do you have a quick career-related question? Stop by my virtual career drop-ins to get your questions answered and to be directed to some resources that may help you further!