Women's Leadership in Veterinary Medicine
Most agree that more women are needed at top levels in the veterinary profession across the major areas of academia, organized veterinary medicine, industry and practice. Dr. Donald Smith and Julie Kumble have been examining women’s leadership in these areas through literature reviews and extensive interviews with women and men in the profession. These interviews have included four of the six female deans of the U.S. veterinary schools, past, current and incoming presidents of the AVMA, Executive Board and House of Delegate members, past and current presidents of state veterinary medical associations, industry leaders, practice owners, and current veterinary students.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
History of Veterinary Medicine; Women’s Leadership in Veterinary Medicine; Women in Veterinary Medicine; Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine; Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine; Career Choice; Work-Life Balance; Kumble, Julie, Women’s Fund of Western Massachusetts; American Veterinary Medical Association; Mentors; Mentoring; House of Delegates; Nolan, Lisa K.; Kochevar, Deborah
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Smith, Donald F. (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2013-08-08)Implications of the recent accreditation of several private veterinary schools are discussed in comparison with private schools of the past. Whether it was then or now, history teaches us that the private sector fills the ...
Smith, Donald F.; Kumble, Julie (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2013-07-11)This story focuses on data and brief commentary about the appointment of women to dean positions. It is an extension of two previous stories about United States veterinary college deans that presented data on where U.S. ...
Smith, Donald F.; Kumble, Julie (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2013-12-12)Insights are provided into the background and reasons why Iowa is known for its programs in developing leaders in veterinary medicine.