Tag: advice

Top 5 Reasons to go to Vet School

There are as many reasons to get a DVM as there are people who want one.  This list isn’t intended to be proscriptive or exhaustive.  But, if your reason isn’t somewhere on here, I would suggest you carefully consider your actual core reason for deciding on vet school. 1) You want to be a leader. 

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Be Nice

When I visit hospitals and people ask how those hospitals are, the most resounding compliment anyone can give is, “Everyone is very nice!”  What do I mean by that and how could you facilitate that feeling in your place of work/school?  People in positive work environments are welcoming, friendly, and humble. Be Welcoming When there

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Eating Healthy on Interviews

Interviewing for a faculty position is exciting.  You’re investigating an institution for where you may want to work, and they are investigating you.  Interviews are also a recruiting tool- the institutions want you to come there, so they wine and dine you.  Most faculty interviews will have at least one lunch and one dinner, and

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Book Review: Vet School Survival Guide

Some time in the recent past, I thought to myself, “I wonder if there is a guide to help those who are applying to vet school?  If not, maybe that’s something I could write!”  I looked on Amazon and the result was this book.  The Vet School Survival Guide: Notes from a Back Row Student

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How to Be Successful: Be Prepared

Most people probably know the Boy Scouts of America has the motto “Be Prepared”.  As an Eagle Scout, I obviously embraced this concept and have made numerous successful professional steps that can be partially credited to this motto.  It is similar to another saying I like, “I’d rather have it and not need it than

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