2018 CVM News: Earnest and hardworking: N. Bruce Haynes, D.V.M. ’52, earns posthumous Salmon Award
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This news item is about: This year’s Salmon Award recognizes the distinguished service of N. Bruce Haynes, D.V.M. ’52, who passed away on Oct. 7, 2017. Throughout his career, Haynes was a strong ambassador for the college. “He was a role model to students and family alike,” says Haynes’ daughter Beth Haynes Hadley, “teaching the value of working hard and always doing your best, no matter the task.” He lived these values during his work with dairy cattle and herd health management throughout his career. The Alumni Association established the Daniel Elmer Salmon Award for Distinguished Alumni Service in 1986 to honor graduates of the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine who have distinguished themselves in service to the profession, their communities or to the college. The award is named in honor of Daniel Elmer Salmon, Cornell's first D.V.M. graduate who made pioneering efforts in controlling contagious animal diseases in the early twentieth century.
2018 College of Veterinary Medicine News Archive
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