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Veterinary alumni news, Autumn 2017

Spring Lambs In Field

Welcome

Welcome to ULVAA’s autumn newsletter. Click here for the editor's round-up of the association's latest activities and the stories featured in this edition which really demonstrate how valuable the alumni community can be.

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Will Gratwick

Spotted in Liverpool: Sir Ian McKellen

Sir Ian McKellen was invited by vet student, Joe Simon, to discuss LGBT+ issues. He also visited the Guild of Student’s for lunch; a fact that has been commemorated in a unique way.

Excellence Scholars Thank You

Barrie Edwards Memorial Lecture

We welcomed Lord Trees of the Ross to give the inaugural Barrie Edwards Memorial Lecture: A Peer Review: a Vet’s Life in the Lords is available to listen to here.

Barrie Edwards

A reunion for the Class of 1971

This year the Class of 1971 totted up some air miles and held a reunion in Canada.

Reunion Photo

In memoriam

We remember those we have lost this year including Mary-Elizabeth Raw. Mary-Elizabeth served as Editor for the Association’s newsletter for many years; here you can read about her many achievements.

BioTech Students

Jump outside the veterinary box

Alumna Dr Ebony Escalona inspired with her talk at this year’s RCVS day, and highlighted that all vets should be open to the range of possibilities available inside and outside our profession.

Edgar Golding

Wensley wins on welfare

Alumnus Sean Wensley has been awarded the World Veterinary Association Global Animal Welfare Award for Europe.

Paul Gilmore

How SAVSNET can help you?

Bethaney Brant, Project Coordinator for SAVSNET, discusses her role and the range of ways you can get involved with the network. Discover how this could be of benefit to you and your practice.

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