Wildlife rangers are on the front lines protecting our most iconic species — tigers, elephants, gorillas and many others. But their challenges [...]
The COHPA Office of Research works in partnership with faculty members, community-based organizations, government agencies and staff members to identify and disseminate funding opportunities, foster creative and scholarly collaborations, coordinate and administer funded contracts and grant projects, and ensure that all projects are conducted in compliance with sponsoring agency guidelines and regulations.
Associate Dean and Professor Thomas Wan received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding achievements in the health sciences from the Society for Process and Design Science at the society’s 2017 conference last week (photo). Wan is the author of some 200 journal articles and multiple books, and he has mentored more than 100 doctoral students. In addition, Doctoral Program in Public Affairs student Orville Clayton won first place for his presentation at the conference’s Doctoral Symposium (photo), and Assistant Professor Varadraj Gurupur received a Special Service Award for taking a lead role in organizing the conference (photo). Congratulations!