ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, Vol. 2, 1984New York State College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen (New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, 1984)Topics in this issue include: Practicing the Leisure Arts in Veterinary School; 1984 Honor Day Certificates; [Noden Distinguished Teacher Award] (Alexander deLahunta); China Delegation Visits College; Dr. Noronha Honored by Spanish Academy (Fernando Manuel de Oliveira e Noronha); V.I.D.A. Students to Visit India; Correction; Fibronectin: Looking For The Key To Arthritis (Nancy B. Wurster); Arthritic Rats in Space; Arthritis; Grants For Research: Ellis R. Loew, Peter W. Nathanielsz, Donald S. Postle, Geoffrey W. Sharp, Bud C. Tennant; A Will To Live; Dr. Hogg Begins Swine Veterinary Extension-Field Service Program (Alex Hogg); Dr. Kirk Receives Association Honors (Robert W. Kirk); Avian Rounds: Avian Rounds to Be Published; Terrier Field Day; Footnotes: Ellis P. Leonard [80th birthday]; Zoo Emu [Ross Park Zoo]; Lost Dog (Kenneth L. Marcella). ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 4, May 1977New York State College of Veterinary Medicine (New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, 1977-05)Topics in this issue include: Dean's Message (Edward C. Melby, Jr.); A Practitioner Returns to the College (N. Joel Edward); The Future of Our Profession…; Campaign for Cornell Veterinary Medicine Passes $500,000; Class Organization; Class of 1956 Gift; Staff Announcements: Robert B. Brown, William C. Rebhun, Charles E. Short; Equine Research Film; Unknown Addresses. ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, Spring 1995Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Winter, Metta; Fontana, Elizabeth A. (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1995)Topics in this issue include: Vets on the 'Net; Challenges Ahead for the College; People, Honors, and Awards: Leland E. Carmichael, Geoffrey W. G. Sharp, Kenneth W. Simpson, Mary C. Smith; Construction Update: Hospital Units Will Be Moved Soon; Makin' Time on the Info Superhighway; Research and Service Notes: New Grants; Graduate Pharmacology Program Established; Cornell Takes to the Airwaves (Arleigh Reynolds), 1995 Calendar of Events. ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 1, 1992Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1992)Topics in this issue include: Seminars To Help Students Prepare for Careers; Report from the Annual Conference; Volunteers Make Campaign Work; Outstanding Gifts; How Are They Working? Raccoon Rabies Vaccination Program Underway (Donald H. Lein, Susan Stehman); NIH Grant Awarded for Study of Sudden Death (N. Sydney Moise); Year-round Clinical Rotations Begin in May; People Notes: First Hyman Wildlife Medicine Appointment (George V. Kollias); Carmichael Is Director of Baker Institute (Leland E. Carmichael), Dr. Poppensiek Honored (George C. Poppensiek); NYSVMS Honors Alumni; Alums Active in AVMA Responsibilities; New James Law Professors (Alexander J. Winter, Alexander deLahunta), Diagnostic Consultant to Feline Health Center (James R. Richards), Senior Enters Select Group (Michael Ball); Phi Zeta Award to Former College Researcher (William Donaldson); Progress in FIV, an AIDS-like Virus in Cats (Margaret Barr). ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, Fall 1994Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Winter, Metta; Fontana, Elizabeth A. (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1994)Topics in this issue include: New DVM Curriculum in Full Stride; Research and Service Notes: Canine Distemper in Serengeti Lions, Nuisance Barking Study, Comparative Hematology Lab, Animal Instincts On the Air, Rabies Bait Study, Headstart for Threatened Turtles; Dean Phemister to Step Down (Robert D. Phemister); The Search for a New Dean; Construction Update; People, Honors, and Awards: Leland E. Carmichael, Brian R. H. Farrow, Francis H. Fox, Harold F. "Skip" Hintz, Robert E. Oswald, Edward J. Pearce, College Cited as 'Top Vet School', Centennial Communications Garner State, National Awards; Antczak Named to Head Baker Institute (Douglas F. Antczak); Blood DNA Test Developed for Canine Blindness (Gustavo D. Aguirre, Kunal Ray, Gregory Acland); Other Construction Projects Enhance College's Resources; 1995 Events; Library Name Change Honors Isidor and Sylvia Sprecher. ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, Spring 1993Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Dunn, Kate (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1993)Topics in this issue include: Vitamin Deficiency Considered in Equine Form of Lou Gehrig's Disease (Thomas J. Divers); Construction Update; College's 100th Anniversary; College Alumni Directory to be Released in Fall 1993; New Director for Baker Institute: Center for Canine Genetics and Reproduction Established (Gustavo Aguirre); After the Storm--Major Rebuilding at Miami's Metrozoo (Christine Miller); Fox Outfoxes Retirement (Francis F. Fox); People, Awards, Books Notes: Cornell Receives Foundation Funds for Companion Animal Behavior Residency Training Program (Ilanna Reisner); Save the Date November 18-21, 1993; Olafson Medal Awarded to Three Pathologists (William J. Hadlow, Hans-Jorgen Hansen, William J. Hartley), New Book: Life Before Birth and a Time to be Born (Peter W. Nathanielsz); James Law Professorships Awarded: Alexander J. Winter, Alexander deLahunta; Alumnus Into Orbit: Fettman Picked by NASA for Spacelab Life Sciences-2 Flight (Martin J. Fettman). ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, Summer 1995Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Winter, Metta; Fontana, Elizabeth A. (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1995)Topics in this issue include: New Dean Appointed--Franklin M. Loew; Nathanielsz and Cummings Elected James Law Professors (Peter W. Nathanielsz, John F. Cummings); People, Honors, and Awards: Fred W. Quimby, M. Susan Hackett, John E. Saidla, Maurice E. White, Brian A. Summers, John F. Cummings, Alexander deLahunta, Joseph M. Piekunka; Budget Cuts Force Examination of Strengths and Priorities; What Are Their Plans?: Class of '95 Graduates; Alumnus Advocates Alternative Therapies (Allen M. Schoen); Consolidated Research Grant Program Enables Faculty to Compete More Effectively for Dwindling Dollars; Research and Service Notes: Soft Palate Displacement in Horses, Conjunctivitis in Eastern House Finches; Correction; Calendar of Events; Fund-Raising Campaign Tops $30 Million. ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 3, 1990Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1990)Topics in this issue include: Where the Buffalo Roam: Round-up for Runaways; Dr. Eugenia Kelman: New Assistant Dean for Student Affairs; International Symposium Focuses on Animal Pain and Its Control (Charles E. Short); Survey Looks at Applicants; Learning to Learn: Director Guides Educational Development (Katherine M. Edmondson); Centennial Medallions Awarded: Stanley Aldrich, MacDonald Holmes, Arnold Weinberg; Empire Games Entry: Sandy Young Swims the Fast Lane; Summertime Researchers; Academic Notes: Biosafety Officer Appointed (Larry Thompson), Dr. Hintz Inducted into Equine Research Hall of Fame (Harold Hintz), On AVMA Council for Research (Bud Tennant), Theriogenologist Joins Faculty (Peter Daels), Dr. Cooper Received Ralston Purina Research Award (Barry Cooper), Kallfelz Interim Director VMTH (Francis A. Kallfelz), Dubovi Named Associate Director (Edward J. Dubovi), Dr. Evans Honored by AAVA (Howard E. Evans); Update on Construction: Pipes and Planning; Computers & Pigs: Improving Diagnostic Skills (Barbara Straw). ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 4, 1989Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1989)Topics in this issue include: Ceremony Opens Equine Performance Testing Clinic (Richard Hackett, Normand Ducharme); [Obituary] Dr. Emmett N. Bergman; Alumni Profile: First AVMA Fellow Looks Back on Washington Year (Martha Gearhart); Use Insect Repellants Carefully on Cats, Cornell Pharmacologist Warns (Wayne S. Schwark); Humane Association Honors Physiologist (David Robertshaw); Continuing Education Has New Director (Charles E. Short); Open House Saturday April 21; Production and Production Diseases: Conference Looks at Factors Related to Metabolic Disease; Critical Care Laboratory: Practical & Educational; New Culturing Technique Improves Diagnosis of Johne's Disease (Sang Shin); The Veterinary Student Summer Fellowship Program (Douglas. D. McGregor); Program for Minorities Opens Doors to a Career (Shenetta Selden); Avian Drug Formulary Available; Gait Analysis Added in Equine Performance Testing Clinic. ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 1, 1991Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1991)Topics in this issue include: Digging In: Construction Update; Campaign Announced for the College of Veterinary Medicine: The Goal Includes: Endowment Funds, Program Enhancement; Campaign Goal: $30,000,000; Seeing The Unfamiliar And Learning From It: Education Update: Small Group Learning, Student Designs; ALSIC Scholarship (Mark Meddleton); Reproduction Clinic For Small Animals Opens at Cornell ( Vicki Meyers-Wallen, Joanna Ellington); The Westminster--and One Student's Specialty (Thomas Graves); Improved Diagnosis for Colibacillosis (Sang Shin); Equine Research Receives $430,500 from Racing Industry in 1991; Academic Notes: Dr. H. Schryver Retires (Herbert F. Schryver), Anatomy Chair Appointed (Cornelia Farnum), Dr. F. Scott Honored by Academy (Fredric Scott), Dr. A. R. Morrison Honored for Work (Adrian R. Morrison), Radiologist Appointed (Nathan L. Dykes), Respiratory Physiologist Joins Clinical Faculty (Dorothy M. Ainsworth); Dr. F. Kallfelz Heads Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (Francis A. Kallfelz); Dr. Clark Honored [Daniel Elmer Salmon Award for Distinguished Alumni Service] (Robert E. Clark); [Obituary] Dr. Ellis P. Leonard, Historian and Veterinary Surgery Pioneer. ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 2, 1991Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1991)Topics in this issue include: Cornell's Zoo and Wildlife Symposium Draws Students Nationwide; Alum Works 'Round the Clock To Save Oil-Damaged Birds (Florina Tseng); Construction Update: If You Need Help Finding Us; "Money Island": Individuals in Groups, Aspects of Field Research (Mary Knezevish); College Offers Two New Off-campus Programs; Poppensiek Lecturer Gives View of Changing Europe (Marian J. Truszczynski); 3-D Structure of Parvovirus Discovered (Colin R. Parrish); [Obituary] Dr. John W. McCann, Former Legislator and Veterinarian; People Notes: College Graduates 4,000th (Frederick Baum III), Dr. Stanley Aldrich Elected to National Academies of Practice (Stanley M. Aldrich), Dr. deLahunta Wins National Teaching Award (Alexander deLahunta), Dr. Lowe Retires, "Horseperson of the Year" (John E. Lowe); Dr. Kirk Is Distinguished Member (Robert W. Kirk); Practitioner Research Award to Alumnus (Jay Baldwin); Students Honor Clinician With Norden Distinguished Teacher Award (William E. Hornbuckle); Dr. Appleton Recognized for Research (Judith Appleton). ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 1, 1990Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1990)Topics in this issue include: Curriculum Reform: Faculty Votes for Structured-Choice: The Challenge, The Approach, The Clinical Program, New Teaching Strategies, The Forecast; Associate Dean for Veterinary Education Appointed (Donald F. Smith); 1990 Continuing Education Schedule; New Cornell Book of Cats Covers Feline Health From Head to Tail; Breeders' Crown Ball Supports Equine Scholarship; Satellite Laboratory Opens in Geneseo (Sang Shin); Centennial Celebration Begins [New York State Veterinary Medical Society] (Julie Lawton); Equine Research Receives $432,500 from Racing Industry; Parasite Research (Metta Winter, Judith Appleton, Stephen Barr, Robin Bell, Dwight Bowman); ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 2, 1990Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1990)Topics in this issue include: Breaking Ground: Ceremony Marks Beginning of Construction; The Story of Babe, the Asian Elephant; Beacham Award for Research Excellence (Metta Winter, Cornelia E. Farnum); Norden Distinguished Teacher Award (Metta Winter, Susan L. Fubini); Rabies Symposium Held For Veterinary Practitioners (Metta Winter); Hunters Aid in Annual Deer Survey (Metta Winter); Foundations Open Avenues to Research; "A Day in Hollywood" [Parent's weekend production]; Academic Notes: New Chairman of Department of Clinical Sciences Appointed (Brian R. H. Farrow), Divers Joins Clinical Staff (Thomas J. Divers), Distinguished Veterinary Immunologist Award (Alexander J. Winter), Cambridge Honors (Alan Dobson), Anatomy Award (Cornelia Farnum), 1990 George C. Poppensiek Visiting Professor (William Snowdon); College Hosts First A. D. White Professor (Peter M. Biggs); $82 Million Construction Program Begins; Centennial Medals Honor Friends of College: Morton Adams, Joseph P. King, L.S. (Steve) Riford, James L. Seward, Elwin W. Stevens. ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 2, 1989Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1989)Topics in this issue include: Gambian President Named First Poppensiek Professor (Alhaji Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara); The George C. Poppensiek Visiting Professor in International Veterinary Medicine; The 1989 Honor Day Awards; Work on Fertility in Dogs Earns Beecham Award (Patrick Concannon); Students Honor Pharmacologist [1989 Norden Distinguished Teacher Award] (Wayne S. Schwark); Veterinary Players Debut with "Little Shop of Horrors"; Second Annual Art Show; Doppler Finds Heart Problems with Color (Amy Yeager, N. Sydney Moise); Improved Vaccine Saves Labor, Saves Ducks (Tirath Sandhu); Travers Celebration Funds Research to Benefit Thoroughbreds; Billy Haughton Memorial Scholarship Fund for Future Cornell Equine Veterinarians; Microcomputer Center Opens Doors; AWV Award Winner (Mary Francis Hoover); Poultry Extension Veterinarian Talks to an Industry (Ahmed Mutalib). ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 3, 1989Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1989)Topics in this issue include: Transgenic Animals By Next Decade: International Symposium Highlights Progress (Metta Winter, William Hansel); [Obituary] A. Gordon Danks; Alumni Profile: Practitioner Earns Research Award (Barry A. Lissman); Alumni Awards; Five Decades of Applications: Applicants for Admission 1934-1989; In The James Law Tradition [James Law Professorships] (Bud C. Tennant, Robert H. Wasserman); Fatal Syndrome Studied in Salmon (Jan Spitzbergen); International Exchange Agreement; Design Phase of New Facilities to Begin; Life & Work in China: A Personal View (Hung-Chang Wang); Fogarty International Fellowship Awarded: Gleed to Study Low Blood Oxygen (Robin Gleed); Reunion Rider (Leo Dube); Mammoth Bones Tell Story of Age (Lennart Krook). ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, no. 1, 1989Topics in this issue include: Animal Welfare & the Veterinarian; Alumni Honor Dr. Roberts (Stephen J. Roberts); Pew Grant for Cornell: Veterinary Programs to be Studied; Dr. Saidla New Feline Extension Veterinarian (John E. Saidla); Calling the Small Animal Clinic?; Casper, the Polar Bear; Alumni Profile: Allan Prowten; Equine Projects Selected: Harry M. Zweig Equine Memorial Fund; Diagnostic Laboratory Offers Test for Lyme Disease (Metta Winter, Richard Jacobson, Sang Shin); Construction Plan Update: New Bonding Cap Signals Start; Author Honored: New York State Veterinary Medical Society Presents Bust to Dr. E. P. Leonard (Ellis P. Leonard). ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 4, 1988Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1988)Topics in this issue include: New Lasers Change Surgery At Cornell; Cornell Veterinarian: New Editor Plans Changes (Maurice E. White); Tuna Fish Diet: Not the Cat's Meow (Donald J. Lisk); The Class of 1992; Olafson Medal in Veterinary Pathology Awarded (Frank Bloom); Lowe Named Cornell Equine Extension Veterinarian (John E. Lowe); Conference on Production Disease to Meet at Cornell in 1989; Phi Kappa Phi Award Honors Student (Jennifer K. Bull); Interpreting the Odds in Disease (Janet Scarlett); Students PullOut the Classical Stops (Donald Postle); American Veterinary Anatomists Honor Dr. Habel (Robert E. Habel); New Posts, New People in Administration: Douglas D. McGregor, John Semmler; Elizabeth A. Fontana, Gloria Crissey; Robert J. Webster, Jr.; Japan Society Hosts Cornell Researcher: Marek's Symposium and Lecture Tour Combined in Japan Visit (Bruce W. Calnek); VALSEP Students: Learning & Earning On The Job (Ken Byman, Terea Hliang; VALSEP Award Honors Former Director (Ralph A. Jones). ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 3, 1988Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1988)Topics in this issue include: Honor Day 1988; Admissions Process Changes to Meet Needs (Marcia James Sawyer); Where Are They Going?; First Wildlife Medicine Professorship Endowed at Cornell (Jay Hyman, Jay Gould); Imaging System Opens Way for New Studies in Live Cells (Clare Fewtrell); New Look at James A. Baker Institute; Full Accreditation for College: AVMA Council on Education Submits Evaluation Report; Beecham Award for Research Excellence Goes to Clinician (Sharon A. Center); Hepatitis-Liver Cancer Research in Woodchucks Gets $8.9 Million (Bud C. Tennant); Research Pathologist Receives AAP Award (Beth A. Valentine); Dr. Harvey Receives 1988 Distinguished Teacher Award (Jay Harvey); A Camel From Maine ("Ozzie"). ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 3, 1987Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1987)Topics in this issue include: Explorations in Veterinary Medicine; AAHA Names Dr. Pollock Gaines "Fido" Winner (Roy V. H. Pollock); Dr. David Robertshaw Chairs Physiology; Dr. Erb New Section Chief (Hollis N. Erb); Camelid Family Medicine (Robert Hillman, Sue Stehman); Chimeras, Maps and Markers: Learning the Rules of Facial Development (Drew M. Noden); U.S. Style Veterinary Medicine Focus for Korean Veterinarians; Grants & Awards; Starting Out: The Class of 1991; Olafson Medal in Veterinary Pathology (Donald R. Cordy); 1987 Beecham Award Won by Fullmer (Curtis S. Fullmer); Vet SEP [student employment program]. ItemVeterinary Viewpoints, No. 4, 1987Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1987)New Director, New Directions in the Diagnostic Laboratory (Donald H. Lein); 1988 Summer Opportunities for Minorities; Rounds Readers; A Prosthesis to Relieve Pain (Robert Kaderly); OPP Virus Research (Roger Avery); [Fernando Noronha named Consultant on Portuguese Research]; "Pit Bull Hysteria": Outlawing Breed Will Not Solve Problem; Real-Time Videos, Real-Life Cases (N. Sydney Moise, James Flanders); Equine Nutrition and Physiology Society Honors Hintz (Harold Hintz); Dr. Schat Honored for Avian Research (Karel A. Schat); Student Art Show; Pollock Named Kellogg Foundation Fellow (Roy V. H. Pollock); Making Plans, Taking Notes: Committee Work Is Shaping the College; Cats, Canaries & Snakes: A Specialist Treats More Than Your Everyday Pet (Jay Gould).