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Searches for New Directors of Argus Institute and Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory Winding Up
National searches for new directors of the Argus Institute for Families and Veterinary Medicine, and the Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory have been in full swing, though it is expected that a hiring recommendation for the ARBL post will come before the holiday break and for the Argus Institute early in 2005.
Four candidates visited the Colorado State University campus for tours and interviews for the ARBL position. The candidates are: Dr. Milo Wiltbank, a Professor in the Diary Science Department at the University of Wisconsin; Dr. Peter Hansen, a Professor in the Department of Animal Science at the University of Florida; Dr. Thomas Hansen, a Professor in the Department of Animal Science at the University of Wyoming; and Dr. Robert Bridges, a Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Tufts University in Massachusetts.
Two candidates have visited the campus for the Argus Institute position, with a third visit scheduled in the near future. Candidates for the Argus directorship are: Dr. Jane Shaw, an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology and Communications at the Western University College of Veterinary Medicine in Pomona, California; and Dr. Lori Kogan, a licensed psychologist and an Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences in the College and the College Outcomes Assessment Coordinator. She also is an affiliate staff member of the University Counseling Center and the Psychological Counselor for veterinary students. Still scheduled to visit the University is Dr. Cindy Adams, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Population Medicine at the OntarioVeterinary College at the University of Guelph.
“We are very pleased with the quality of candidates for both director positions and look forward to making announcements in the near future regarding the search committees’ selections,” said Dr. Lance Perryman, Dean of the College. “I know both Argus and ARBL are anxious to complete these searches and get started on the next phase of their programs’ development.”