Category Archives: #vetlife

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Three questions for … Cornell’s Xanth El-Sayed (2022) and Edna Seymour (2021)

Now and then, one of our field veterinarians will have such a difficult time choosing just one veterinary student to feature following a school visit. In those circumstances, I just let them choose two. Such was the case recently for our Dr. Kristi Yee, whose visit to the Cornell University … Continue reading Three questions for … Cornell’s Xanth El-Sayed (2022) and Edna Seymour (2021)

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Three questions for … NC State’s Amy Le Blanc (2022)

One her recent visit to the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Nationwide field veterinarian Dr. Tonya Sparks chose Amy Le Blanc (2022) for the “Three Questions” treatment. Now, without reading to the bottom (yet), can you guess from pictures alone what part of veterinary medicine she finds … Continue reading Three questions for … NC State’s Amy Le Blanc (2022)

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Three questions for … Wisconsin’s Rachel McNally, M.S. (2020)

Continuing our “Three questions for … ” series on veterinary students, Rachel McNally, M.S,  of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine was chosen by Nationwide field veterinarian Dr. Kristi Yee for this feature. Take it away, Rachel! Will you please share something unexpected you discovered or learned on … Continue reading Three questions for … Wisconsin’s Rachel McNally, M.S. (2020)

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Three questions for … Midwestern’s Andie Drennan

We have a new year and a freshly updated schedule of visits to our schools and colleges of veterinary medicine. Nationwide field veterinarian Dr. Kristen Britton didn’t need much convincing to leave Idaho long enough to lecture at the Midwestern University College of Veterinary Medicine in Glendale, Ariz. While there, … Continue reading Three questions for … Midwestern’s Andie Drennan

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Three questions for …. Lincoln Memorial’s Jennifer Lane

We’ve had a wonderful year visiting schools and colleges of veterinary medicine, and a wonderful group of field veterinarians representing Nationwide. Our most recent featured student is Jennifer Lane of Lincoln Memorial University’s College of Veterinary Medicine (2020), chosen by our Dr. Tonya Sparks. Would you please share something unexpected … Continue reading Three questions for …. Lincoln Memorial’s Jennifer Lane

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Thankful … for young colleagues, future leaders and the VBMA

Recently, I attended the first Veterinary Business Management Association (VBMA) alumni conference, along with our Nationwide field veterinarians and the wonderful Nicole Numbers, who manages our school outreach programs. The event  was a gathering of past VBMA leaders and existing National VBMA student leaders (that is, both incoming and outgoing … Continue reading Thankful … for young colleagues, future leaders and the VBMA