2015 Women’s Young Investigator Travel Award Winner: Lucia Strader

We are pleased to announce that Lucia Strader has received one of our seven Women’s Young Investigator Travel Awards. Lucia Strader is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at Washington University in St.Louis.  Her professional obligations include teaching, university service, and service to the greater scientific community.  At Washington University, she developed an inquiry-based … Read more

2015 Women’s Young Investigator Travel Award Winner: Aruna Kilaru

We are pleased to announce that Aruna Kilaru has received one of our seven Women’s Young Investigator Travel Awards. Aruna Kilaru is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at East Tennessee State University.  Aruna joined as a tenure­‐track assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at East Tennessee State University … Read more

2015 Women’s Young Investigator Travel Award Winner: Sowmya Subramanian

We are pleased to announce that Sowmya Subramanian has received one of seven Women’s Young Investigator Travel Awards. Sowmya Subramanian is currently an Associate Research Scientist at the New Mexico Consortium.  Sowmya’s research focuses on understanding and finding solutions to factors that affect photosynthetic productivity. Photosynthesis is a complex phenomenon with several kinetically slow processes in … Read more

2015 Borlaug CAST Communication Award Winner: Dr. Channapatna S. Prakash

We are pleased to announce that our nominee, Channapatna Prakash of Tuskegee University, was named the 2015 Borlaug Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) Communication Award for outstanding efforts using his research and communication skills to promote food production. The announcement was made this morning at a National Press Club event in Washington, DC. Borlaug … Read more