“Paws Up” – Brought to you by the PVM Wellness Committee

Friday, October 27, 2023

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Today we are highlighting Jennifer Smith, BS, RVT, RLATG, who is the senior instructional specialist/clinical coordinator in the Veterinary Nursing program, and she also is the advisor for the Veterinary Nursing Student Organization. A student nominated Jennifer stating, “She is always ready to solve problems, find answers, and make life easier in any way she can. She does so much for this school, program, and the students. I cannot thank her enough for everything she does.”

What is “Paws Up”? This initiative gives everyone at PVM the opportunity to share gratitude throughout our community by recognizing a person (student, staff, or faculty), or team/department who did something to brighten your day, or, who you would like to highlight for their “behind the scenes” job which helps keep PVM functioning well on a daily basis. Please consider contributing to this effort. Click here to make your submission.

Submissions for “Paws Up” should be 75 words or less and include the name of the person or team you are nominating, the PVM department they work for, and a description of how they brightened your day, helped you do your job better, or kept things running smoothly behind the scenes.

Submissions will be published anonymously in the Vet Gazette and spread throughout the year. The Vet Gazette team may edit submissions for grammar, length, and clarity before publication. We are looking forward to reading more about the wonderful people who uplift our community through your submissions!

Writer(s): PVM Wellness Committee | pvmnews@purdue.edu

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