The grant provides opportunity for twelve librarians to learn how to provide better health information services to underserved communities throughout the Midwest.
Despite having less going on than the fall and spring terms, summer was a busy time at MU.
The IDE Excellence Grant was awarded in December to nine projects.
The discussion focused in part on how those in power can help minorities.
The program will involve community listening sessions, a religious survey and faculty events.
The project is expected to last three years and will involve various experiments involving ticks and cattle to study their responses to deadly pathogens.
Applications are now open to receive the grants.
The grant came from the National Science Foundation and is intended to develop new models that will assist the government in population tracking