Biosecurity, infectious disease and the animal-human interface will be the spotlight of the CERES symposium on Jan. 28.
Author Archives: Lauren Klamm
The teams were selected from a competitive pool of applicants to pursue significant issues in our society using research partnerships to create new opportunities and solutions.
The town hall, on Microsoft Teams, is open to any member of the CSU community, including students, faculty and staff.
Speakers from the academic, technology, manufacturing, health care, energy, and space industries will share what the future could look like in these sectors.
Sen. Cory Gardner was on campus to learn about CSU’s work in testing, senior care facility surveillance and vaccine development.
In addition to receiving $4,000 for travel and research expenses, the new fellows will also engage in professional development, leadership and mentorship opportunities throughout the academic year.
The competitors were chosen as top communicators from the Graduate Student Showcase in November.
Alan Rudolph, CSU’s vice president for research, and Jane Christopher-Hennings of South Dakota State University outline agricultural biosecurity concepts.
The institute is focused on examining interconnected problems in health between humans, animals and the environment.