When not running you can find Matt doing many things, such as making Android apps, taking pictures, playing piano, and getting lost on YouTube for countless hours. Workout Chairs Baylee Robey Baylee is a junior majoring in Marketing. This mission begins in school and continues throughout our careers as food animal practitioners. We look to educate the public to the complex nature and need for animal-rescue training though public demonstration and community education. Knights Landing One Health Clinic is a local collaboration between veterinary students and medical students, who are working together to bring a holistic approach to the health care of under-served communities. By seeing a larger range of normal and abnormal radiographs and ultrasounds, students will acquire the skills necessary to confidently and accurately interpret diagnostic images. These committees are responsible for creating a schedule of events and providing leaders, informing the Board about community and political happenings, and proposing actions to the Board concerning committee business.
Shortly after that, he connected with members of the team via the best form of social media — Strava — and has been hooked ever since. . Elections are held at the Annual Meeting in October. With the guidance of an adult advisor, Keystone Clubs aim to positively impact teens, their Club and local communities. Leadership Committee Provides quality leadership training for club members who may lead club events.
As a workout chair, Molly hopes to have a similar influence on team members and to encourage them to achieve their goals while enjoying the sport through a club atmosphere! Organizes club social events including potlucks and parties. Librarian Maintains library of books and maps for club member use. This organization is active in supplying veterinary care to the homeless and underprivileged people of the Sacramento area. They function through donation of supplies and food by private practitioners as well as professional companies. Our club also hosts the annual Camelid Medicine Symposium.
You can find him trying way too hard at knockout after practice! Vice President — Luke Michels Luke is currently a Junior majoring in Finance. But most importantly, she cannot wait to support others and encourage her teammates to be confident and reach their goals. Mike Walwro Mike is a sophomore studying nuclear engineering. We believe in providing utmost care for animals, while working to ensure a healthy, wholesome and safe food supply to benefit the world. To her, Rec Hall is unarguably the best building on campus. But after meeting such an amazing and encouraging group of people and running with them every day, her perspective on running completely shifted and her attitude toward running became much more positive. The Wildlife and Aquatic Animal Medicine Club promotes interest and learning opportunities for veterinary students in the fields of wildlife, zoological, and aquatic animal medicine by interacting with faculty and professionals and by exposing students to the different aspects of these diverse fields through hands on learning events, internships, and field trips.
He knew about the club before accepting his offer to Penn State and was welcomed very quickly by one of the closest groups on campus. Amongst an array of seminars, workshops, fundraising events and networking opportunities, we have two larger student-run projects within our club. This unique program provides leadership development opportunities for youth to participate in activities, both in and out of the Club, in three focus areas: academic success, career preparation and community service. Our club is dedicated to advancing feline medicine through education of the public and veterinary professionals. Provides materials and information for membership promotions. Matt cannot wait to encourage and improve an already successful team.
We work to master the skills that enable us to respond and assist emergency agencies in the event of an animal emergency or natural disaster. We hope to build long lasting partnerships between the diverse groups and to equip students with the interpersonal skills that will be necessary to work in a dynamic setting. We are an assemblage of veterinary student professionals actively seeking to develop future Laboratory Animal Medicine veterinarians by providing a diverse forum for professional development, networking, and curriculum guidance. An avid lover of all things running especially shoes , Mike loves racing anywhere from 400m to half marathons and beyond, and is extremely excited about helping his fellow teammates achieve their goals! Regardless, he keeps coming back to run and make memories with his awesome friends at Rec Hall each afternoon. We believe that behavior is a very important factor in veterinary medicine. Administers Mountain School, Rock School and various other climbing related educational opportunities. She hopes to use her love for both short and long-distance training to help develop workouts and be a resource for training advice.
Chalet Committee Manages activities, use and maintenance of club chalet on Mt. Provides educational opportunities for winter backcountry skills. After running throughout middle and high school, Mike found out about the club through the website and showed up to practice soon after arriving at Penn State. We host lectures pertaining to the knowledge of surgical procedures and techniques, and we also provide information about externship and intership opportunities. As her second year being a Workout Chair, Baylee is excited to work with super talented and passionate runners. The project is designed to improve local animal, human, and environmental health through individual empowerment, educational engagement and cultural exchange.
Details as to who has been nominated to each office and balloting are provided in the fall Kinnikinnick. The club goes on field trips with local vets to local llama and alpaca ranches to help with tasks ranging from pregnancy checks and vaccination, to sick animal calls and delivering crias. Captains Joe Wanat Junior Clare Gervino Senior Hannah Morris Sophomore Dan Wilcko Senior. She has been a part of the team ever since the very beginning of freshman year, thinking she would not want to take running seriously again after high school. Human-Animal Bond Club The Human-Animal Bond Club addresses an underrepresented topic in the field of veterinary medicine.
Simply put, that is because staff members and volunteers care enough to give their very best each and every day. Thanks to our highly professional staff, deeply committed volunteers and generous donors, this year alone we will impact the lives of nearly 8,000 young people in our community. We have the unique responsibility to bring sound scientific evidence to our future clients and to educate the consuming public about the food they eat. Through their involvement in this organization, veterinary students develop communication, customer service, negotiation, leadership, and managerial skills that enable them to elevate their careers and our profession as a whole. Second, we expose the student body to an exciting and compelling, yet underrepresented segment of veterinary medicine. Secretary — Megan Ellery Megan is a sophomore currently majoring in Mechanical Engineering.
Christian Vet Fellowship The purpose of the Christian Vet Fellowship is to challenge, empower, and facilitate veterinary students to serve others through their professions byliving out their faith. Molly Holmes Molly is currently a sophomore majoring in civil engineering. Through it all, we learned that when the life of a young person is shaking, stability becomes an important asset. We support both the small and large animal services, and we aim to provide continuing education to local practitioners and technicians. The club and its members are dedicated to expanding the educational and service opportunities of veterinary students in projects related to canine medicine. Historian Maintains archive of club activities, photos and documents. Always say hi when you see her around.