Welcome! 

Our next meeting will be (TBA!), 2014 at 7:30 in Room H237 of the UGA Vet School. (The entrance along Agriculture Drive, first main door from Carlton Street --not the one with pillars-- large auditorium immediately to the left when you first walk in). As always, we will be having a guest speaker and free food!

Dawg Jog Click Here


Pictures from our Terrapin Percentage Night (1.25.14)

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For more pictures of this event, click here.


Latest News

Here are the minutes for the last meeting:

4.15.14

Hey Pre-Vetters!

Thanks to everyone who made it out to our second-to-last meeting of the year! We have some very important announcements below, so in case you weren't able to make it to the meeting, be sure to take a glance at the minutes below! Let me know if you have any questions!
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Officer Elections ​will be held next Monday April 21 (ONE week from the meeting on Monday) at 7:30. More detailed information will follow about the specific duties of all the officer positions. If there is a position you are interested in, feel free to get in contact with that officer with any questions. Just a reminder that you must have fulfilled all your active member requirements to run for a position!

Dawg Jog​ is THIS SATURDAY! We still need volunteers to help the day of, particularly to stand along the course to direct runners and keep them safe from traffic! Sign up here.
Remember that Dawg Jog is a mandatory fundraiser, so everyone must participate in some way to be an active member. You can sign up to run, recruit others to run, volunteer the day of the race, or help out before the race. If you have not completed your other fundraising requirement, you may complete TWO Dawg Jog duties.

Mini Food Drive will take place for ONE day, and that is at the next meeting on Monday April 21. This will be worth one community service point, and is a quick and easy opportunity to fulfill your community service requirement for active membership. Please bring DRY dog food in its original bag!

Test Bank- As you're studying for finals using all your old tests from throughout the semester, you'll want to e-mail them to Michael to add to the Pre-Vet Club test bank! For every test you submit, your name will be entered into a drawing that will take place at the next meeting. You could win a cool prize! Plus points for the club.

Tour of the Vet School- If Kaitlin sent you a confirmation e-mail for the tour and Q&A session with Parker Moore and you are no longer able to attend, please e-mail her at kaitlinj@uga.edu so that she can give your spot to someone on the waiting list!

Wet Lab for this semester will be with Dr. Harvey, Dr. Alworth, and Tanya Cooper from the lab animal medicine department. We'll be handling mice, giving injections, drawing blood, and performing necropsies! It will take place on Reading Day (Tuesday 4/29). A list of top members will be announced some time after officer elections.

UGA Dairy Farm is hiring. Contact Brigid at brburns@uga.edu for more information.


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Book Selling Group

Join our Pre-Vet Club Book Selling group on Facebook to buy/sell books to fellow pre-vetters!

Digital Test Bank - Google Drive

One of the perks of active membership is access to the club's test bank! Once you've paid your dues, you can contact Michael Pabon prevethist@gmail.com for more information about gaining access. If you have any old test from your classes, please send them to Michael. You will get 3 points per class that you turn in. (Note: You have to turn in all the tests from the class in order to receive full points). For every test you submit, your name will be put in a raffle, and you will be entered for a chance to win a prize at the end of the semester! Paper tests will be converted into digital files and returned to you. 

Google Calendar

Lost your newsletter? Didn’t write down a date? Check out our Pre-Vet Google Calendar to keep up with upcoming events!

Blog

Follow Camille Grant's blog about her years in Vet School at UGA. She gives helpful advise and also an inside perspective on what it is like as a vet student!

Website

If you have any comments, questions, bug reports or suggestions regarding this page, please contact Historian Michael Pabon at prevethist@gmail.com.

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