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Resident/Graduate Student Seminar Schedule - VS792

Presentations are Thursdays from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. in ACC120.
 
  1. Submit seminar title to Morna Mynard two weeks prior to your scheduled seminar by email at Morna.Mynard@colostate.edu.
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  3. Please turn pagers and cell phones off prior to presentation.
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  5. Please be sure to fill out speaker evaluation forms for student presentations and sign attendance sheet for faculty or outside speakers.

2014 - 2015 School Year

Print the complete 2014-2015 Seminar Schedule

​Date ​Name
​August 28 ​Seminar Orientation
​September 4 ​Steve Foster (Tech Transfer Office)
September 11 ​Sarah Shropshire
September 18 ​Yenlie Zingale / Clarisa Krueger
September 25 * Morbidity & Mortality Rounds
October 2 Emilee Venn / Noelle Noyes
October 9 Ayla Preston / Kristin Coleman
October 16 Kiki Tarvin / Erica Aldrich
October 23 Juliette Hart / Ellison Aldrich
​October 30 * Morbidity & Mortality Rounds
November 6 Philippe Manchon / Ginny Forster
​November 13 Kristen Loncar / Amy Felumee
November 20 ​* Morbidity & Mortality Rounds
November 27 ​No Seminar - Fall Recess
December 4 Christian Weder / Sara Wennogle
December 11 No Seminar - Finals Week
December 18 - January 16 No Seminar - Winter Break
January 22 Troye Myers /
January 29 * Morbidity & Mortality Rounds
​February 5
February 12
February 19
February 26 ​* Morbidity & Mortality Rounds
March 5
March 12
​March 19 ​No Seminar - Spring Break
March 26 ​​* Morbidity & Mortality Rounds
​April 2
​April 9
​April 16
​April 23
April 30 ​​* Morbidity & Mortality Rounds
​May 7
​May 14 No Seminar - Finals Week
 

If your time does not work for you an even trade must be arranged with someone listed and Morna must be notified to make adjustments to the schedule.

* Morbidity & Mortality Rounds are required for all veterinary clinical residents & interns and are not part of the Resident/Graduate student seminar course (VS792).