“We’re testing them all for CWD, monitoring their movement, their reproduction, their survival—the whole shebang,” Dr. Ballard said. “And then … samples will be submitted to Colorado State University for additional diagnostics.”
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“It is so important to have conversations upfront to ensure the culture is open to providing accommodations and that it is supportive,” Dr. Melinda Frye said. It is also important for faculty members, staff members, and students to understand that accommodations create equal opportunities, not advantages.
Dr. Laurie Meythaler-Mullins, who received her UAF degree in May, works as a community outreach and public health veterinarian in Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region.
“CSU has a lot to be proud of with these findings. Employees conducted themselves responsibly and with care for their coworkers and families, guided by effective leadership, messaging and protocols that maintained a safe work environment during the early phases of the pandemic.” -Dr. Sue VandeWoude