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Academic Affairs Committee


Committee charge:

  • Address the demographic profile of young people and the long-range patterns of potential applicants to veterinary medicine.
  • Conduct an annual survey of applicants to veterinary medicine.
  • Prepare appropriate publications to serve as sources of information for potential applicants to veterinary medicine.
  • Participate in appropriate conferences of pre-professional advisors.
  • Organize appropriate meetings of personnel involved in the admissions process in schools and colleges of veterinary medicine.
  • Review the pattern of attrition in the professional degree programs, if appropriate.
  • Make recommendation to the Comparative Data Committee regarding the nature of data collected.
  • Make recommendation to the Executive Committee for programs of activities which would address the problem of attrition.

 

2015-2016 Committee Leadership

 

Dr. Kathleen Salisbury, Chair
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
College of Veterinary Medicine
Purdue University
Dr. Susan Tornquist, Past Chair
Dean
College of Veterinary Medicine
Oregon State University
Dr. Linda Berent, Chair-Elect
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Missouri
Dr. Ted Mashima, Staff Liaison
Associate Executive Director for
Academic & Research Affairs
AAVMC

 

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