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CALS Dean Daniel J. Robison Reflects with Thanks on his First Year
Daniel J. Robison, Endowed Dean’s Chair of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, shares his thoughts on his first year at Iowa State and offers thanks to the students, faculty and staff, stakeholders, alumni, friends and supporters he’s met along the way.
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- A Message of Thanks from Dean Daniel J. Robison
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Earlier this year the former deans of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences welcomed Daniel J. Robison, the current holder of the Endowed Dean’s Chair in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. The deans shared views about the future and the past.
Would your farm be ready for a foreign animal disease? An outbreak of African Swine Fever or another foreign animal disease would be a huge challenge for pork producers -- planning ahead may reduce some of the stress. Workshops to help pork producers prepare are set for six Iowa locations in December.