2018 CVM News: College alumnae volunteer to help the next generation of Cornell women
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This news item from 'Scopes spring 2018 is about: Cornell has long been a leader in the higher education of women. Fulfilling Ezra Cornell’s promise to “found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study,” in 1870 the university became one of the first among its peers to admit female students. In the same spirit, the College of Veterinary Medicine awarded a DVM degree to Florence Kimball in 1910, making her the first woman in the United States to earn such a title.
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Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine -- Periodicals.; Gamez, Carol; Dole, Liz; Marimoto, Mari; Carlin, Ellen; Freeman, Lisa; Gossett, Renee Bayha; Hall, Olivia; 'Scopes Magazine