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Past Events

  1. 25
    Oct

    Hosted by the HSVMA and Shelter Medicine Club, Dr. Renata Schneider from the South Florida Wildlife Center will be giving a lecture on exotic mammals as companion pets. This event is open to all students. Please RSVP, food will be provided. For more information, contact: Kathrine Yunker.29@osu.edu

  2. 25
    Oct

    Orientation for volunteers associated with OSU CVM Day of Service. Open to members only. Contact Maria Albino.3@osu.edu to RSVP.

  3. 23
    Oct
  4. 19
    Oct

    Dr. Abraham will give a lecture on mindfulness, meditation and other useful tricks for veterinary students. Open to all students. Contact Melanie Mironovich.3@osu.edu to RSVP. Food will be provided.

  5. 18
    Oct

    General body meeting for the Pre-Veterinary Medical Association. Open to Pre-Vet Club Members only . Contact Meredith Kitzel.2@osu.edu with questions.

  6. 17
    Oct

    Dr. Mike Chaddock, DVM, EML, will be visiting the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine October 17-18, 2017. He will be kicking off our Community of Inclusion 2017-2018 year with the presentation Mental Health Outcomes and Stressors in LGBTQ + DVM Workforce and Classroom (Tuesday, October 17th, 5pm Wexner).

  7. 11
    Oct

    Discussion of cases in vet med. Open to OTS members only. Contact Caitlin Green.1805@osu.edu to RSVP. Food will be provided.

  8. 11
    Oct

    Dr. Runcan will be presenting on whelping, breeders, and other topics in small animal reproduction. Open to club members.

  9. 11
    Oct

    Students who traveled to Ethiopia this past summer to work on a Rabies vaccination program willt alk about their experiences and public health on a global level. Please RSVP, food will be served. This event is open to all students. For more information, contact: Avery Strait.43@osu.edu

  10. 10
    Oct

    Join the Native American Student Initiatives for an Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration with Adrienne Keene on Tuesday (10/10) at 5 p.m. in the Longaberger Alumni House, Sanders Grand Lounge. Keene (Cherokee Nation) is a Native scholar, writer, blogger and activist, and is passionate about re-framing how the world sees contemporary Native cultures. Sponsored by the Student Life Multicultural Center and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Free and open to the public.

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