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e in national scientific meetings.

Recently the Woodrow Wilson Foundation also has recognized Ting. She was awarded a Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Career Enhancement Fellowship for Junior Faculty for 2006-07 for her effectiveness as a college teacher and for her scholarship. Her teaching was previously honored, twice by the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award by Cornell University.

Ting has won a number of grants for research in biosciences related to the environment, including an NSF-NATO postdoctoral research fellowship in science and engineering at the Institute of Biological Physical Chemistry in Paris, France. Her research has been published in journals including Plant Physiology, Microbiology, and Genome Research.

She graduated from Yale University and received her Ph.D. in plant physiology, biochemistry and microbiology from Cornell. Following postdoctoral work at MIT, she joined the faculty at Williams College, where she has been teaching and conducting research since 2003.


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Contact: Jo Procter
Jo.Procter@williams.edu
413-597-4279
Williams College
24-Jan-2007


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