Centre for Tropical Environmental and Sustainability Studies
James Cook University
Yvette completed her PhD at JCU in 1998 where she developed new statistical methods to visualise and unlock important information hidden in complex, chemical, near-infrared (NIR) signatures of minerals, seagrass, sugarcane, wheat and pharmaceutical products. After completing her PhD, Yvette commenced a four year term with the CSIRO as a climate impact scientist. Dr Everingham now holds a position as an Associate Professor in the Mathematics discipline at JCU. Previous roles include the Associate Dean of Graduate Research Studies (JCU) and Statistical Consultant for the Graduate Research School (JCU).
Identifying strategies that will deliver better student learning outcomes in STEM education, and helping agricultural industries discover environmentally friendly ways they can increase productivity in formidable climates.