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Press

Caterina Scoglio in the Connection, BioNexus KC "K-State Professor Applies Network Science to Disease Outbreak", 2020

Caterina Scoglio participating in Webinar "Rural Populations and Infectious Disease Transmission: Implications for COVID-19", 2020

Stephanie Jacques, "Model of beef cattle, transportation industries as critical infrastructures reveals vulnerabilities", 2020

Caterina Scoglio, "Modeling a pandemic. How the analysis of big data joined with biological and social science research helps in understanding a pandemic spread,", Something to chew on, 2020.

Zaid Jilani, "Can Urban and Rural Americans Get on the Same Page", 2020.

Stephen Groves, "Virus spreads through South Dakota family's close ties", 2020.

Stephanie Jacques, "New transmission model for Ebola predicted latest Uganda cases", K-State Communications, 2019.

Stephanie Jacques, "Mosquito immunity research gets boost from network science with $2.8 million NIH grant",  K-State Communications, 2018.

Sarah Hancock, "$2.5 million grant funds study of how infectious diseases become epidemics", K-State Communications, November 2015.

Bethany Swinney, "Area students participate in Consider Graduate School Day", K-State Communications, November 2015.

Sarah Hancock, "Cattle movement estimation study sheds light on disease risk", K-State Communications, August 2015.

Lindsey Elliott, Beefing up the Beef Transport System, Fall 2015 Perspectives Magazine.

Evert Nelson, "Social media used to discuss flu prevention," The Collegian, Dec. 2012.

Greg Tammen, "From virus to viral: Researchers explore social media as preventative method for infectious diseases," K-State Communications, Nov. 2012.

Video on "Dynamics of Humans and Cattle in Rural Regions"

Video on "Powerful Kansas Wind to Keep Electricity Running"

Video on "Quantifying the robustness of complex networks against the spread of epidemics"

Sakshi Pahwa award K-State News Release

STRATEGIES TO REIN IN EPIDEMICS NEED TO BE RETOOLED FOR RURAL POPULATIONS  K-State Press Release

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