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One Health Seminar Series Presents Faculty Forum ‘What One Health Means to Me’

Oct 22, 2018

One Health Seminar Series Presents Faculty Forum ‘What One Health Means  to Me’

Courtesy: One Health Day. This faculty forum is a registered event, part of One Health Day.

By Michelle Glitzer '20, marketing and communications intern

Faculty from a broad range of disciplines will discuss what One Health means to them at Delaware Valley University on Tuesday, Oct. 30. This event, which is registered as part of One Health Day, will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Life Sciences Building auditorium. All are welcome, and there is no cost to attend. Guests do not need to register in advance.

An open faculty forum will explore the diversity of One Health dynamics on the DelVal campus and in the local community. Guests will learn more about connections and concerns that impact their personal and professional lives and discuss ways to improve the effectiveness of efforts to address the most pressing issues. The event will be moderated by Dr. Alicia Shenko. 

Panelists include:

Dr. Tanya Casas – Dean of the School of Business and Humanities
Bill Viel – Co-Chair of the Department of Business and Information Management
Dr. David Snyder – Professor of History and Academic Co-Director of Graduate Policy Studies
Dr. Sarah Dohle – Assistant Professor of Plant Science
John Urbanchuk – Chair of the Department of Agribusiness
Kim Johnston –Instructor of Biology
Dr. Karen Schramm – Professor of English
Dennis Livrone –Landscape Architecture and Environmental Sciences Faculty
Dr. Alicia Shenko – Assistant Professor of Animal Biotechnology and Conservation

The presentation is being sponsored by the University’s One Health Working Group. This is a registered One Health Day event. For more information, please visit, onehealthplatform.com/content/faculty-forum-what-one-health-means-me

About One Health
One Health is a multi-disciplinary approach that works locally, regionally, nationally and globally to attain optimal well-being for people and society, the environment and plants, and animals. Together, the three major components make up the One Health triad, and the well-being of each is inextricably linked to the others in the triad. For a complete list of the Fall 2018 One Health Seminar Series events, please visit delval.edu/onehealth