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Celebrating women in aquaculture

Aquaculture North America (ANA), in partnership with Merck Animal Health, is launching a new project celebrating women in the North American industry. Women in North American Aquaculture, or WINAA, aims to understand the road to gender equality in the industry.

Science & research coordinator honoured with Atlantic Canada award

Betty House, veteran science and research coordinator, has been recognized for the 2021 Atlantic Canada Aquaculture Award. Tom Taylor, ACFFA chair, says House is often described as ‘the glue’ that brings people and projects together.

Gender gap in aquaculture

Research from AquaFish Innovation Lab at Oregon State University shows that women are underrepresented in aquaculture-related research paper authorship. This can have an impact on their careers as publication credits are an important factor for promotions, funding, and tenure positions for academic researchers.

Jill Voorhees: Don’t hold back on finding work/life balance

In this episode, Jill shares how she fell into the world of fisheries and aquaculture, and has gone on to become an accomplished thought leader in the industry. The best advice she was ever given was don’t hold back! Work/life balance is possible with the right support systems. » Read more