(Not) lost in translation: CSU launches certificate in Spanish for animal health and care

“Communication in animal care is important, because you might be talking about where you give a cow an injection, and that location affects how long the medicine is in the cow’s system, and how well that medicine will work,” said Dr. Noa Roman-Muniz, a CSU veterinary alumna who is now as associate professor in the Department of Animal Sciences and a CSU Extension dairy specialist. “So it’s about human and animal health and safety, as well as food quality.”

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Amazing Alumni: Dr. Diane Brown

Dr. Diane Brown has worked as a general practitioner, as a researcher in the pharmaceutical industry, as a primary investigator at Harvard University, and as a leader in the non-profit world. Now, as the chief executive officer at the American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation, she draws upon all of those experiences daily to improve the health of dogs.

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