Leadership Program for Veterinary Students
The Leadership Program for Veterinary Students at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine is a summer research experience for veterinary students who seek to broadly influence the veterinary profession through a science-based career.
Established in 1989, the program is an intensive, research-oriented initiative to prepare tomorrow’s scientists and public health professionals. It combines faculty-guided research with student-directed learning through participation in modules, workshops, and group discussions. The activities encourage responsible leadership, critical thinking and the development of teamwork skills.
The program also highlights graduate training opportunities calculated to promote the professional development of program alumni as independent scientists and public health professionals.
Its Annual Report presents a summary of each year’s program, including student research interest reports, status of past participants, and related activities.
(Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine., 2013)Topics in this Annual Report include: Contents; A Commitment to Excellence (John Parker, David H. Fraser); Acknowledgements; Publications; Agenda; Participants; Activities 2013: Research, Leadership, Leadership in Action, ...
(Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2012)Topics in this Annual Report include: Contents; A Commitment to Excellence (John Parker, David R. Fraser); Acknowledgements; Publications; 2012 Leadership Program Agenda; 2012 Leadership Program Scholar Participants; ...
(Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, 2007)Careers in the pharmaceutical industry were revealed in modules facilitated by senior scientists from companies that sponsor the Cornell Leadership Program for Veterinary Students. One module was structured as a series of ...
(Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, 2006)Student-directed learning has been featured in a program aimed at promoting the entry of veterinary students into science-based careers. Pursuant to that objective, students participated in workshops and role-playing ...