A Veterinary Student's Contribution to the History of African-American DVM Education
While a veterinary student, Dr. Jennifer Morrissey took an interest in the history of early African-American veterinary students at Cornell and was eventually able to identity six black graduates between 1910 and 1919. She also verified that Cornell’s contribution to educating African-American veterinarians that early in the profession’s history was unprecedented.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
African-American Veterinarians; Cornell University; Tuskegee University; Curd, Kirksey; Singleton, Garret; Waller, Ray; Waller, Owen; Seabrook, W.H.; Jackson, Abram F., Jr.; Robinson, Aubrey E., Sr.; Kansas State University