We recognize we are all emerging into a changed world, for numerous reasons – supply chains, worker shortage, land transfer, technology, climate and economics to name a few. Many circumstances won’t go back to “normal”. At MRASH 2022, we will explore these changes, consider their significance and brainstorm strategies.
- How will we move forward into the future?
- What impact will those changes have on the health and safety of the people who live and work on the farms that produce food and fiber for the world?
- What are the implications for the global response to the food and fiber sector for the world?
Taster Session Abstracts: Posters, Flashtalk and others short takes accepted until October 15
Qualitative Respirator Fit Testing: Methods and Practice, Tuesday, November 15, 2:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, November 17: Breakout Sessions, Awards Luncheon, Capstone Discussion
Registration for In-Person Attendance is now closed.
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Students are important to the MRASH Conference and this year is no exception. Our in-person site will be on the campus of Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where we will have an opportunity to see top notch programs and hear from students and faculty. What do some of the newest ag and health professionals have to tell us? Graduate students from around the world, with their cutting edge research, fresh energy and enthusiasm are huge contributors to MRASH. Students attending in person this year have the opportunity to sign up for a mentor and to start the conference out by having breakfast together. From there, it will be up to the pair to determine how much or little they wish to connect. We look forward to the always popular student networking luncheon which will include in- person interaction but will also opportunities to participate online.
Join our re-imagined Taster Session Reception! The #betterposter format many people used last year was a big step forward. The 3-5 minute flashtalks about the posters were also well received. This year we are encouraging presenters to think ever further outside the box. The best way to do that may not be a poster at all. Perhaps it involves art, music, demonstration, an object lesson – bring your best ideas to answer these questions!
- How can you present your project in a way that summarizes the very essential points?
- How do you encourage conversation to better connect with other conference attendees?
Please join us! And be sure to bring your imagination!