An Explanation for the Increase in Jewish Enrollment at Cornell during the 1930s
Smith, Donald F.
The large increase in the number of Jewish veterinary students starting in 1931 and continuing through the decade is explained. This was happening at the same time as Cornell’s medical school and many elite undergraduate colleges were quietly limiting the number of Jews to about 10% of their enrollments.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
History of Veterinary Medicine; Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine; Anti-Semitism; Class of 1935; Goldhaft, Tevis; Wernicoff, Helen Goldhaft; Teich, Esther; Grossman, Henry; Sunderville, Earle; Women in Veterinary Medicine; Jewish Veterinarians