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Michigan State Launches Collaboration on International Programs

The partnership aims to open up opportunities for students and faculty with international research, teaching and learning objectives.

Dr. Nanda Joshi will lead Michigan State University’s new collaboration on international programs.

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Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources’ Department of Animal Science (ANS) have partnered in an effort to open up opportunities for students and faculty with international research, teaching and learning objectives.

Nanda Joshi, Ph.D., assistant professor in MSU’s Large Animal Clinical Sciences, Diagnostic Center for Population and Animal Health, will lead the new collaboration. He will work with ANS and CVM to identify priority areas of international engagement, to cultivate cross department and cross college international opportunities and to develop implementation strategies.

“[Dr. Joshi] will provide leadership and clear objectives for the collaborative effort, which will help provide connections and opportunities, along with helping to identify funds in order for interested students and faculty to achieve international research, teaching and learning objectives,” according to the college in its announcement in early June. 

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