If you are interested in holding a position in SAVMA:
Read descriptions of positions available here
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Send an email to Edna with your statement of interest (under 350 words) by Sunday, November 10th at midnight and she will send reminders to everyone on the spreadsheet. Please let Edna know if you have any questions!
SAVMA Fall lecture!
Who: Dr Anna Reddish, DVM, Assistant Director for Student Initiatives, Eastern Region and the liaison for Cornell and the AVMA (and a generally awesome person)
What: Presentation on Career Development
When: Wednesday October 10th
Dinner will be served
**Remember attendance at one fall and one spring lecture during your four years is mandatory to graduate in good standing!**
Dr. Reddish is an entertaining speaker and a great person to connect with for networking purposes (or just general life advice). She is also very passionate about wellness initiatives within the AVMA. Dr Reddish grew up on a small farm in Jackson, Georgia. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Animal and Dairy Science, during her undergrad she was named to the 2009 All-American Livestock Judging team. She earned an MS in Animal and Dairy science prior to attending Auburn for vet school, where she graduated in 2013. During her time at Auburn she served as SAVMA President and AVMA GRD extern. Prior to joining the AVMA, Dr. Reddish practiced mixed animal medicine in central Georgia. She has participated in numerous international veterinary experiences and looks forward to serving as a resource to students.
SAVMA Symposium 2020 will be held HERE this year from March 14-16th!
We are expected to have 1000 international and national students attending.
Be on the look out for more details to come regarding the event and how to get involved!