Veterinary Students Are Stepping Up for Woman's Leadership Training
Smith, Donald F.; Kumble, Julie
When an invitation was sent to veterinary students at Cornell University to participate in a one-day class on women’s leadership in veterinary medicine, the response was immediate. Excerpts from students explaining their interest in the session are presented.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Women’s Leadership in Veterinary Medicine; Women’s Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative; Veterinary Education; Curran, Connie; Sandberg, Sheryl; Pritt, Stacy; Bradley, Karen; Sabin, Elizabeth; Cornell University; Iowa Veterinary Medical Association; Women’s Leadership in Veterinary Medicine
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