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Guides for Veterinary Students, Faculty, Staff

Guide to books for courses by year, plus publishing, pre-veterinary career information, access after leaving UTK, etc.

Audience for this guide: students interested in a career in veterinary medicine

Below are selected books related to veterinary medicine college and careers:

Help for any type of writing is available from the Judith Anderson Herbert  Writing Center: https://writingcenter.utk.edu/

 

Writing Center consultants are at Pendergrass Library 5 days a week Fall and Spring semesters, thanks to support from Mrs. Herbert.

 

 

  • EDIVET MOOC:  Consider taking on online course called EDIVET:  "This course (EDIVET) is for anyone interested in learning more about Veterinary Medicine, giving a “taster” of courses covered in the first year of a veterinary degree and an idea of what it is like to study Veterinary Medicine."

 

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Rubrics: prepare for a career in veterinary medicine by reading the rubrics

Prepare for a career in veterinary medicine by reading the rubrics established by UTCVM, TAMU veterinary colleges and their governing body the AAVMC (American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges):

AAVMC:

UTCVM (University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine):

Texas A&M (TAMU):

curated by Ann Viera, Veterinary Librarian

Ask Us @Pendergrass Agriculture Veterinary Medicine Library

  •        Chat
  •        Email: agvetlib@utk.edu
  •        Voice (865)  974-7338
  •        Text    (865) 320-9885           
    • Who to ask and when they work during fall and spring semesters.  Summer hours and holidays differ from this schedule.

      9ish to 4ish

      M, Tu, Th, Fr

      Ann Viera 

      Veterinary Librarian

      annviera@utk.edu 

      o.k. email to me evenings or weekends

      865-974-7338

      10-4  Sun

      2-10  M-Th

       

      Jeffrey Hines 

      Evening Supervisor

      jhines@utk.edu

      865-974-7338

  Reuse any of the veterinary guides.  Ann Viera  Veterinary Librarian  annviera@utk.edu