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Tarleton State University held a joint press conference with Texas A&M AgriLife Research Wednesday, Oct. 19, to announce a $997,500 grant as part of the Chancellor’s Research Initiative (CRI). Tarleton President F. Dominic Dottavio (top) addresses attendees gathered in the university’s Administration Building; (2nd from top) A&M System Chancellor John Sharp is applauded by Director of Texas A&M AgriLife Research Dr. Craig Nessler and Dr. Eunsung Kan following his CRI announcement; (3rd from top) Dr. Nessler talks about the importance of environmental research that will potentially assist dairy producers in becoming more efficient and sustainable in their operations; (bottom photo, l-r) College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences Dean Dr. Steve Damron, Charlotte Sharp, Chancellor Sharp, Dr. Kan, Dr. Dottavio, A&M System Vice Chancellor for Federal & State Relations Tommy Williams, Dr. Nessler, A&M AgriLife Vice Chancellor Dr. Mark Hussey, College of Graduate Studies Dean Dr. Barry Lambert and Provost Dr. Karen Murray gather following Wednesday’s press conference announcing the Chancellor’s Research Initiative at Tarleton.

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