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Join Dr. Fred Gould, GES Center co-director, and Dr. Dawn Rodriguez-Ward, AgBioFEWS program coordinator, on Friday, December 10, 2021 at 12:00 PM. The Zoom session will start with a brief presentation of the AgBioFEWS program and leave time for all interested applicants to ask questions in the live chat box or via live video.Register for AgBioFEWS Zoom Q&A
The GES Center is now recruiting candidates for the 2022 AgBioFEWS cohort, a National Science Foundation-funded graduate research training program offering Ph.D. candidates across multidisciplinary fields of study the opportunity to examine the science, policy, and public engagement aspects and impacts of Agricultural Biotechnology on Food, Energy, and Water.
We are focusing our recruiting efforts on students from historically underrepresented groups and those in the fields of social sciences and the humanities but we welcome applications from all interested parties, including national and international students and those in the natural sciences fields.
Program Fellows receive a Ph.D. in a natural/social science, or humanities graduate program, and a graduate minor in Genetic Engineering and Society, and will
Learn more about the program at https://go.ncsu.edu/agbiofews
Please submit any questions to Dawn Rodriguez-Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org.