Colorado Food Insecurity

September 13, 2019
Participants learned how to contribute to CSU’s ongoing efforts to address food insecurity among students.  Experts at CSU and Larmier County Food Bank discussed examples of successful food insecurity reduction programs.

Tropical Cyclones and Human Health

October 11, 2019
The World Health Organization expects climate change to cause approximately 250,000 additional deaths per year between 2030-2050. Dr. G. Brooke Anderson, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology in CSU’s Department of Environmental & Radiological Sciences (ERHS), presented her research on Tropical Cyclones and Human Health to demonstrate how the health impacts of climate change are researched and communicated.   Dr. Anderson’s presentation aligns with a One Health approach as it includes examples of climate impact on human, animal and environmental health.


Expanding a One Health Surveillance System for Infectious Diseases in Humans and Animals

November 8, 2019
Join us at this free panel session to learn about research efforts to provide surveillance and laboratory confirmation of infectious diseases in humans and animals in the El Trifinio region in Southern Guatemala.

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