As we wait for another academic year to begin, we’re revisiting some of our past “Three questions for …” features to catch up with where these folks are now. Dr. Kristin Wuellner (Auburn ’16) was one of our earliest student features, from 2014! She has come a long way into … Continue reading Three questions for … Dr. Kristin Wuellner, Hill’s Pet Nutrition
One of the things I’m most proud of during my time at Nationwide is our long association with the VBMA. First as Veterinary Pet Insurance, now as Nationwide, we continue the tradition of supporting financial education in veterinary schools and colleges. For me personally, this association has also been a … Continue reading Congratulations to the 2019 VBMA officers!
With summer here and our student features on hiatus until fall, my team thought it would be helpful to profile some of the students — now veterinarians — we’ve known over the years. We knew they’d do well at whatever they turned their focus to! First up: Amy (Graham) Mohl, … Continue reading Three questions for … Dr. Amy Mohl of Veterinary Team Brief
The academic year is a wrap for our features on veterinary students! Last but not in any way the least is Chloe Bradway, class of 2021 at the Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences. She was chosen by Nationwide Field Veterinarian Dr. Cyndie Courtney after a visit to … Continue reading Three questions for … Oklahoma State’s Chloe Bradway
In our latest feature on veterinary students, the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine‘s Amanda Fox (2020) talks about interconnectedness, One Health and sustainability. Another well-chosen student, this time from Nationwide Field Veterinarian Dr. Tonya Sparks! Will you please share something unexpected you discovered or learned on your path … Continue reading Three questions for … Amanda Fox, University of Florida
The school year is winding down, and so, too, is our outreach program to veterinary schools and colleges. I have a couple more veterinary students to feature before we wrap for 2017-18, and I’m starting with Garrett Ryerson (2020) of the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Garrett was chosen … Continue reading Three questions for … Garrett Ryerson, Washington State