One Health is the multi-disciplinary, systems approach that works locally, regionally, nationally, and globally to attain optimal well-being for people and society, the environment, and plants and animals. Together, the three major components make up the One Health triad. The welfare of each is inextricably linked to the others.
The DelVal One Health Working Group - lead by Reg Hoyt, Associate Professor and Chair of the Animal Biotechnology and Conservation Department - is composed of faculty, staff and students committed to One Health. We work to bring educational seminars to DelVal for the community to enjoy and we aspire to infuse One Health into all aspects of a DelVal education. DelVal's brand promise is to provide knowledge and experience to tackle the most important issues of our time, and we feel that the One Health Concept is central to that mission.
This index will be updated periodically as new seminars are held here at DelVal. Many of these are still under construction, so check back again later to see new content.
Our Shared Waters: A Look at the Delaware River Basin
Environmental Advocacy 101 with Conservation Voters of PA & PennFuture
From Green Initiatives to True Social Good
The Economics of Sustainable Food: Smart Policies for Health and the Planet
Defining Sustainable Agriculture Production in a Changing Climate
Thicker than Water: The Quest for Solutions to the Plastic Crisis
Anthropogeny: Explaining the Origins of the Planet-Altering Ape
Invasive Species Identification and Control for Homeowners and Local Strike Teams
Introduction to Organic, Ecological and Sustainable Land Care
Operationalizing One Health: What's it all about? Why is it so urgent?
Mapping Relationships Between People and Nature
Agricultural Robotics System Design
Land Preservation and Social-Emotional Learning in Elementary Students
A Case of Maasai Enkishon (Well-Being) in Kenya
Strategies for Saving Endangered Species
A One Health Analysis of Food Safety, Antimicrobial Resistance, and Climate Change
Earth Day, 51st Anniversary: Effective Environmental Advocacy
Community-Based Social Marketing: Fostering Healthy and Sustainable Behavior
The Life, Death and Rebirth of the American Chestnut in the Eastern Forest
Horseshoe Crabs and Ecosystem Productivity for Birds and Fish
Vision for a Return: Black Food Sovereignty and the Post-Pandemic City
Viral Communication: Actions, Opportunities, Self-Awareness
The Anthropocene: what is it and are we there yet?
Ecological Responsibility from Scratch: Creating Something from Nothing
Regenerative Capitalism: the Business of Business is Change
One Health and Domestic Cats
Pesticides, Pathogens and Pollinator Declines
Black Swans and Pussycats
Delaware River Basin Commission
PFAs in Pennsylvania: the threat of "forever chemicals"
Climate Change: the Benefits of Doing Something vs Doing Nothing
Climate Change and Penn's Woods: what does the future hold?
Climate Change at Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
Farming in Climate Chaos
Environmentalism and the Media
One Health, One Planet, One Future
Keeping Special Places Special
American Climate Change Reporting at a Crossroads
Food from the Radical Center
The Land Beneath Our Feet
Disease Ecology and Amphibians
DelVal Faculty Forum
A Thirsty Land: Making & Unmaking of an American Crisis
The Story of Louis Pasteur and World Rabies Day
The Green Amendment