This is my favorite time of year, when we begin another academic year with a fresh schedule of visits to veterinary schools and colleges. This year we have three new field veterinarians joining Dr. Kristi Yee — and me! — as we speak to veterinary students. Most of our schedule … Continue reading One of our favorite things: Talking to veterinary students
Every year at the AVMA Convention I have the honor of taking the leaders of the national VBMA out to dinner. This year was no different: I indeed felt honored in the presence of so many smart, savvy veterinary students, and came away knowing our veterinary profession was in good … Continue reading The VBMA: My 2017 dinner with the future!
Nationwide® has long been a supporter of the Veterinary Business Management Association. As VPI®, we were there since the very beginning. The goal of helping veterinary student know more about business and finance has been one my personal favorites as well. People who know me well know that personal finance … Continue reading Take a look at the next generation of veterinary leadership
This has been the year of the non-traditional veterinary student here on the NationwideDVM blog, it seems! Seeing the range of experiences and the near-universal dedication to the goals of these students is inspiring. Because of this trend, it seems fitting to end our academic year of veterinary student profiles … Continue reading Three questions for … Oregon State’s Franci Forman
While I don’t make all our veterinary school visits myself — Dr. Kristi Yee does some, and we’d started webcasting for others — I have to admit that I always like to save the visit to the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine for myself. Yes, it’s where … Continue reading Three questions for … UCD’s Tricia Nguyen
For some veterinary students, the love of animals is what puts them on the road to a veterinary school or college. For Michael Pabon of the University of Georgie’s College of Veterinary Medicine (Class of 2018), he felt the calling when he realized he had a passion for physiology and … Continue reading Three questions for … UGA’s Michael Pabon, self-styled veterinary nerd