Dr. Sherine Obare Appointed UNCG’s Vice Chancellor for Research and Engagement
STEPS BP Co-Director Dr. Sherine Obare has been appointed UNCG’s new Vice Chancellor for Research and Engagement. Dr. Obare previously served as Dean of the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN) from January 2019 to the present. Her specialty […]
Who are the Guardians? A conversation with Dr. Dana Cordell.
Dr. Jacob Jones, Director of STEPS, and Dr. Dana Cordell, Research Director of the Food Systems research group at the Institute of Sustainable Futures, University of Technology located in Sydney, Australia dive deeper into questions surrounding ensuring a sustainable phosphorus […]
Anik Mahmud and Xue Bai Release New Video On Modified Hedley Phosphorus Fractionation
STEPS scholars Anik Mahmud and Xue Bai have released a new video exploring modified Hedley Phosphorus Fractionation. View this content on YouTube via this link.
STEPS Attended the SciREN Triangle Networking Event 2023
The STEPS education team attended this year’s SciREN Triangle Networking Event held at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences on Thursday, September 28 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. North Carolina teachers joined NC state researchers in exploring new ways […]
Meet STEPS’ Diversity Coordinator, Kailyn Harris-Gilliam!
The STEPS team is thrilled to welcome Kailyn Harris-Gilliam to our team as our diversity coordinator. This role is an important part of our STEPS mission to recruit, train, and graduate diverse cohorts of intersectional researchers. In this story, you’ll […]
REU Scholars at NC State University
In our last institutional feature in our series about the STEPS Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program, we showcase the work at NC State University. This summer, four scholars have been working with STEPS faculty on their research projects. Adam […]
REU in Arizona: Quantifying P in Anaerobic Digestion
In our fifth story about the STEPS Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program, we feature a scholar at Arizona State University. This summer, Sarah Roza is working with Dr. Bruce Rittmann, a Theme 2 Researcher with a focus on Environmental […]
REU at Clemson University: Phosphorus Sensing and Food Sovereignty
In our fourth installment featuring the STEPS Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program, we are excited to showcase scholars at Clemson University. This summer, REU scholars Kimberly Nelson and Alex Shaw are working with Dr. Eric McLamore, BP Co-Director and […]
REU in the Blue Ridge Mountains: Examining Phosphorus Flow
In part 3 of our series about the STEPS Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) summer program, we are excited to feature scholars working at Appalachian State University. REU scholars Elianna Tenace, from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, FL, and Bella […]
REU in the Florida Everglades: Soil, Rice, and Delicious Mangoes
In Part 2 of our series about the STEPS Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program, we are excited to feature scholars at our University of Florida (UF) Triple-Bottom Line site. This summer, two REU Scholars, Gisella Magana and Brenna Dold, […]