Woman's Leadership in Veterinary Medicine: A Course for Veterinary Students
Smith, Donald F.; Kumble, Julie
Since the formation of the Women’s Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative (WVLDI) last fall, a need was felt to test the waters to see if there would be interest in a student symposium directed specifically at women’s leadership. As explained in a posting here on January 21st an email was sent to all Cornell students on December 23rd asking them if they would be interested in devoting a weekend day in March to the topic.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Women’s Leadership in Veterinary Medicine; Cornell University; Teaching and Learning; Mentors; Mentoring; American Veterinary Medical Association; New York State Veterinary Medical Society; Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association; Iowa Veterinary Medical Association; Tintle, Linda; Wyle gala, Susan; Dennis-LaVigne, Andrea
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