DVM and Veterinary Nursing Students Recognized for Completing Diversity and Inclusion Certificate Program

Friday, April 30, 2021

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A record number of Purdue Veterinary Medicine students completed the Certificate for Diversity and Inclusion in Veterinary Medicine this semester. We would like to recognize these students for the hard work they put into completing not only the learning modules, but also four activity assignments, as well as a volunteer community service assignment and capstone paper.

The students who completed the program this semester are:

  • The entire class of graduating Veterinary Nursing students
  • All of the Veterinary Nursing students from the Class of 2022
  • The following students from the DVM Class of 2024:
    • Ashlee Bourquin
    • Tracy Harvey
    • Aaron Lorenz
    • Julia Crowe
    • Tyra Jenkins

Congratulations to all of these students! 

The certificate program is open to faculty, staff, students, and practicing veterinary professionals. The program is free to anyone at PVM. Please email hcvm@purdue.edu for assistance with registering for the program. For a program overview, visit the Human-Centered Veterinary Medicine website.

Though a recognition program was not possible this semester, three certificates were able to be presented in person.


Writer(s): Adrianne Fisch | pvmnews@purdue.edu


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