Transition from Foreign to North American Leadership in the Early Veterinary Colleges
Smith, Donald F.
As veterinary colleges took root in the late 19th century, it took only a short time before leadership of those colleges came from North America rather than from Europe. The founding leadership for eleven colleges is described over the last 150 years.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Deans of Veterinary Medicine; Foreign educated Deans of Veterinary Medicine; History of Veterinary Colleges; History of Veterinary Medicine; Law, James; Lyman, Richard P.; Detmers, Heinrich J.; Nelson, Sofus B.; Stalker, Milliken; Smith, Andrew; Schoenleber, Francis; Cary, Charles Allen; Glover, George H.; Francis, Mark
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