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Around the College
Uniquely prepared for a pandemic
The college's One Health-trained alumni have their boots on the ground in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
College recruiting for director of diversity, equity, and inclusion
This new position in the Dean's Office will lead efforts to promote an inclusive and diverse culture.
Medical Reserve Corps on the front lines
All Master of Public Health students are trained to work with the corps, an arm of the Virginia Department of Health.
Animal Cancer Care and Research Center opening grand for region's pets
The state-of-the-art center in Roanoke offers integrated oncology services and diagnostics.
Public health students work to crush COVID-19
The "COVID Crushers" set up in downtown Blacksburg on Friday nights and distribute free masks, hand sanitizer, and resources.
Molecular profiles reveal similarities between canine and human gliomas
A team of researchers, including John Rossmeisl, has published its original findings in Cancer Cell.