BASF representatives talk internships, jobs with Southern University

A group of representatives from BASF – The Chemical Company recently visited Southern University to form a partnership with the university and to discuss student internships and job opportunities.


The representatives met with the deans of the Colleges of Business, Engineering and with the Office of Career Services along with offices of Research and Strategic Initiatives and Institutional Advancement.

Those representing BASF were: Tammy Haynie, Diversity and Inclusion Program Manager; James Cotton, Diversity Specialist; Lydia I. Everitt, Manager, University Recruitment; and Latasha Teemer, University Recruitment Specialist.

The meeting was coordinated by Tamara Foster-Montgomery, Director of Career Services, and Dr. Ernie Hughes, SU System Vice-President for Institutional Advancement.

In the photo on the website, from left are: Ernie Hughes, SU Vice-President for Institutional Advancement; Donald Andrews, Dean of the College of Business; BASF representatives Tammy Haynie, James Cotton, Lydia I. Everitt and Latasha Teemer; Dr. Habib Mohamadian, dean of the College of Engineering; Tamara Foster-Montgomery, SUBR director of Career Services; and Michael Stubblefield, SUBR vice chancellor for Research and Strategic Initiatives.

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