AABP Foundation/Pfizer Animal Health Veterinary Scholarship

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Pfizer Animal Health and the American Association of Bovine Practitioners Foundation awarded 29 veterinary medical students financial support at the AABP-AVC meeting Aug. 19-21 in Albuquerque, N.M. The award for each student was $5,000, plus the cost of travel and lodging to the annual meeting.

The recipients were:

  • Sally Adams, Ohio State University
  • Megan Bauer, University of Illinois
  • Sarah Beatty, University of Florida
  • Andrine Belliveau, Tufts
  • Kathleen Black, Auburn University
  • Shannon Crabtree, Washington State University
  • Jessica Davis, University of Georgia
  • Austin Dmek, Kansas State University
  • Jennafer Glaesemann, Iowa State University
  • Heather Grimm, Colorado State University
  • Brian Hartschuh, Ohio State University
  • Karley Hermans, Cornell University
  • Steven Houchens, Auburn University
  • Dael Householder, Colorado State University
  • Lindsay Howk, Texas A&M University
  • Katie Konkol, University of Minnesota
  • Christine Long, North Carolina State University
  • Taylor Ludwick, University of California-Davis
  • Drew Magstadt, Iowa State University
  • Miki Mannino, University of Illinois
  • Victoria Meehan, Mississippi State University
  • Michael Miller, Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Matthew Moodie, University of Illinois
  • Mallory Neese, University of Illinois
  • Samuel Nielsen, Washington State University
  • Craig Pauly, Kansas State University
  • Paul Schmitt, Texas A&M University
  • Katie Speller, University of Illinois
  • Amanada Wilding, Cornell University


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