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Chapman and team in Bangkok, Thailand for RESPOND project

David ChapmanDavid Chapman (Ph.D., professor), Elizabeth Wilson (Ph.D. student-CIDE), and Amy Pekol (Ph.D. student-CIDE) from the Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy and Development (OLPD) attended the quarterly meeting of the Monitoring and Evaluation team of the RESPOND project in Bangkok, Thailand the week of February 13-17. The RESPOND project, through the College of Veterinary Medicine, is a USAID-funded project to help combat emerging pandemic threats. Chapman, Wilson, and Pekol serve as the monitoring and evaluation team for the University of Minnesota contract.

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