Who: For UD faculty, adjunct faculty, professionals, and graduate students in CANR and CHS and researchers from DENIN and USDA ARS.
When: Wed. August 22nd 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Townsend Hall Commons
531 S. College Ave, Newark, DE 19716
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Registration for the event has closed at this time. If you would like to attend the event but have not yet registered, please contact Erin Brannick (Brannick@udel.edu) by Tuesday 8/21 to determine if seating is still available.
UD Gold and Red Permit parking are available adjacent to Townsend Hall and the Fred Rust Ice Arena. Temporary parking passes will be issued for visitors during the event. Please request a visitor parking pass upon entry to the symposium to prevent a parking violation.
Please contact the conference organizers for further information.
Susan Hall, Deputy Dean, CHS
Tom Sims, Deputy Dean, CANR
Erin Brannick, Assistant Professor, CANR
Karen Brinker, Laboratory Instructor, CHS
Kali Kniel, Associate Professor, CANR
Kent Messer, Associate Professor, CANR
Michelle Parent, Assistant Professor, CHS
Jillian Trabulsi, Assistant Professor, CHS
Graduate Student Event Coordinator:
Sarah Markland, Graduate Student, CANR (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ONE World ONE Health Symposium
Bringing many together for the good of One.
Topic: Global Thinking for the Greater Good: Interdisciplinary Health Discourse and Research
The 1st Annual Animal, Human, and Environmental Health Symposium
Sponsored by UD College of Agriculture & Natural Resources (CANR), the College of Health Sciences (CHS), and The Delaware Environmental Institute (DENIN) in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Agriculture- Agricultural Research Service (USDA ARS).
Graduate students have the option to attend either of the morning sessions.
|9:00 to 11:30 a.m.
Faculty and graduate students welcome.
Speakers will present information about regional interdisciplinary health efforts and outline ways in which University departments and individual researchers can “plug in” to ongoing and future projects.
- Karl Steiner
Senior Associate Provost for Research Development, UD Research Office
- Kathy Matt
Executive Director, Delaware Health Science Alliance
- Bob MacDonald
Coordinator for Partnerships & Grants, U.S. Department of Agriculture Research Service
|9:00 to 11:30 a.m.
||From Here to There: UD Graduate Student Resources and Career Planning
Graduate students welcome.
Speakers will present information about UD resources for graduate students, career planning, and the transition from graduate school to the workforce.
|11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
|| “MONOGAMY NOT REQUIRED”
LUNCH- Research posters on display.
Join us after lunch for an organized networking activity.
|1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
||“FROM GOOD TO GRANT”
This panel discussion will focus on “real world” experiences and the logistics of developing and administering interdisciplinary research projects and grants.
- Moderator: Leigh Botner - Research Development Director, UD Research Office
- Kali Kniel - Associate Professor, Animal & Food Sciences (CANR)*
Manan Sharma - Research Microbiologist in the Environmental, Microbial, and Food Safety Laboratory (USDA ARS)*
- Steven Stanhope - Professor, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology and Lead Scientist, BADER consortium (CHS)
- Carl Schmidt - Professor, Dept. of Animal & Food Sciences (CANR)
- Dan Flynn - Associate Dean of Research (CHS)
*Collaborators in an AFRI grant entitled “Plant Responses to Food-borne Bacteria and Viruses and Mechanisms Used by Pathogens to Survive”
|3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
POSTER SESSION AND REFRESHMENTS
Tours of the CANR farm and gardens will also be available at this time.