Field Atlas - Chart Your Course
Chart Your Course

Field Atlas is the career exploration platform for students to discover innovation-driven careers and companies.

Field Atlas helps you find a career that matters and lays out a path to get there. Answer a few quick questions and we’ll show you the way to your dream job.

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Degree Pathways that are changing the way we live, breathe and eat:
Information Science
Provides the technological foundation to advance expertise in computer systems.
Careers that impact the world.
Agriculture is going through a renaissance, and Indiana is leading the charge. Find your path to a career that will effect millions by combining agriculture, technology and science.
Careers that help feed millions:
Chemical Engineer
Apply the principles of chemistry, physics and engineering to design equipment and create processes that are more safe and efficient.
Emily Farra
The agbioscience sector focuses on preserving the planet for a better tomorrow and other industries are beginning to take note. Recently, fashion designers have drawn inspiration from the work being done to not only sustainably grow crops, but to make the soil new again through regenerative agriculture. Wanting their designs to stand for something good, brands like Patagonia and other designers have set out on their own mission: to revive the Earth through the process of making clothes.
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Maureen Wise
By now you've heard that crickets are a great source of protein, right? While you might not be quick to add them to your grocery list, perhaps you should consider them for your furry friends. Dog food makers are creating recipes that opt for the use of crickets in lieu of meat, creating a more sustainable and protein-friendly alternative.
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B.S. in Chemistry & Ph.D. in Computational Chemistry & Post Doctoral work in Computational Biology
Meet Jie.

As an undergraduate in Shanghai, Jie majored in chemistry and enjoyed the debate club before moving overseas to pursue her Ph.D. at the University of Chicago and post doctorate at Colombia University.

Now a computational biologist for Corteva, Jie now fuses her background in chemistry/biology with large data sets—integrating several types of biological data toward visualization and analysis, allowing her organization to make informed, sustainable decisions for complex global problems.

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