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AAVMC's Diversity & Inclusion on Air: Conversations about Diversity, Inclusion & Veterinary Medicine

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AAVMC's Diversity & Inclusion on Air: Conversations about Diversity, Inclusion & Veterinary Medicine

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In fall of 2015, The American Association Veterinary Medical Colleges launched Diversity & Inclusion on Air: Conversations about Diversity, Inclusion & Veterinary Medicine.Although there has been in an increase in the amount of diversity programming hosted by AAVMC, its member institutions and student organizations, there is still a dearth of available programming within the veterinary profession. Diversity & Inclusion on Air will change this by delivering more diversity programming to a wider veterinary audience. The program interviews and presentations will cover a wide range of topics and feature guests from across the profession.

Latest Episodes

56- From Bystander To Ally

Dr. Latonia Craig from Purdue University's College of Veterinary Medicine stops by to talk strategies for moving from being a bystander in witnessing acts of discrimination to being an ally.

52 MIN1 weeks ago
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56- From Bystander To Ally

55: Gen Z As Vet School Applicants

On this episode, AAVMC's Director of Admissions and Recruitment, Tony Wynne stops by to discuss this year's veterinary school applicant pool. This is the first year that members of Generation Z dominate the pool, and Tony explains what that means for admissions process and veterinary medical education.

47 MIN3 weeks ago
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55: Gen Z As Vet School Applicants

54: Discrimination, Health & Wellbeing

On this episode of AAVMC's Diversity and Inclusion on Air, Dr. Chiarina Owens of the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine stops by to discuss the impacts of discrimination on the health and well-being of marginalized populations. Filmed during Minority Mental Health Month, this show explores how discrimination results in more than just "hurt feelings."

52 MINJUL 22
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54: Discrimination, Health & Wellbeing

53: Queer POC In Veterinary Medicine

On this episode, Dr. Greenhill sits down with two DVM students who identify as both queer and people of color. Layna Tarpalechee (Oklahoma State University) and "Juancho" Orjuela (University of Guelph) talk about their experiences as double minorities at their institutions, how they've kept a positive outlook and made personal commitments to "be visible, be out, and be loud." Layna shares a bit of her coming out story and how she used a Buzzfeed video to share her news (https://tinyurl.com/y56z2grv), while Juancho invited folks interested in his journey to follow him on Instagram at @the.student.vet.

53 MINJUN 22
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53: Queer POC In Veterinary Medicine

52: Being The Lonely Only

On this episode of Diversity and Inclusion on Air, Jeremy Coleman, an African American student at Western University of Health Sciences talks about his journey to veterinary school and the unique barriers he faced as a man of color. Jeremy is the only Black male student in his cohort, and he is one of only 71 Black men currently enrolled in veterinary school in the US. He talks about what this experience is like as he makes his way into the veterinary profession.

36 MINMAY 1
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52: Being The Lonely Only

51: Equality, Equity, & Fairness

On this episode of AAVMC's Diversity and Inclusion on Air, diversity consultant Kim D'Abreu discusses the concepts of equality, equity and fairness. The discussion touches on how these concepts shape our understanding of the veterinary medical educational and professional experience.

48 MINAPR 16
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51: Equality, Equity, & Fairness

50: What Does It Mean To Look Professional

On this episode of Diversity and Inclusion on Air, Dr. Greenhill chats with Amanda Bates of NCSU and Amanda Fark of OSU., both members of the Veterinary Career Network, about the diversity issues relate embedded in our understanding of what it means to look professional.

54 MINAPR 1
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50: What Does It Mean To Look Professional

49: Minority Women In Veterinary Medicine

This episode of Diversity and Inclusion on Air explores the experiences of minority women in the veterinary profession. Women now outnumber women in the profession, but minority women still make up a relatively small percentage of profession. Guests Drs. Mandisa Greene, Monica Howard and Fernanda Ferreira share their experiences as minority women in the veterinary profession and what they see the future holding for this demographic.

58 MINMAR 18
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49: Minority Women In Veterinary Medicine

48: 2019 Diversity Awards

On this bonus episode of Diversity and Inclusion on Air, Drs. Kenita Rogers of Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and India Napier, 3rd year DVM student at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. Dr. Rogers is the recipient of this year's Iverson Bell Award, which recognizes individuals for their efforts to advance diversity and inclusion in academic veterinary medicine. Dr. Napier, who earned her PhD at Auburn University's College of Veterinary Medicine, is the 2019 recipient of the Lowrie Diversity Leadership Scholarship for her efforts to advance diversity and inclusion.

58 MINMAR 5
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48: 2019 Diversity Awards

47: The Gender Wage Gap

On this episode of Diversity and Inclusion on Air, Dr. Clint Neill, Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech University, stops by to discuss the gender wage gap in veterinary medicine. We discuss why the gap exists, whether the gap is closing and where the future of this research is going.

38 MINFEB 25
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47: The Gender Wage Gap

Latest Episodes

56- From Bystander To Ally

Dr. Latonia Craig from Purdue University's College of Veterinary Medicine stops by to talk strategies for moving from being a bystander in witnessing acts of discrimination to being an ally.

52 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
56- From Bystander To Ally

55: Gen Z As Vet School Applicants

On this episode, AAVMC's Director of Admissions and Recruitment, Tony Wynne stops by to discuss this year's veterinary school applicant pool. This is the first year that members of Generation Z dominate the pool, and Tony explains what that means for admissions process and veterinary medical education.

47 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
55: Gen Z As Vet School Applicants

54: Discrimination, Health & Wellbeing

On this episode of AAVMC's Diversity and Inclusion on Air, Dr. Chiarina Owens of the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine stops by to discuss the impacts of discrimination on the health and well-being of marginalized populations. Filmed during Minority Mental Health Month, this show explores how discrimination results in more than just "hurt feelings."

52 MINJUL 22
Comments
54: Discrimination, Health & Wellbeing

53: Queer POC In Veterinary Medicine

On this episode, Dr. Greenhill sits down with two DVM students who identify as both queer and people of color. Layna Tarpalechee (Oklahoma State University) and "Juancho" Orjuela (University of Guelph) talk about their experiences as double minorities at their institutions, how they've kept a positive outlook and made personal commitments to "be visible, be out, and be loud." Layna shares a bit of her coming out story and how she used a Buzzfeed video to share her news (https://tinyurl.com/y56z2grv), while Juancho invited folks interested in his journey to follow him on Instagram at @the.student.vet.

53 MINJUN 22
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53: Queer POC In Veterinary Medicine

52: Being The Lonely Only

On this episode of Diversity and Inclusion on Air, Jeremy Coleman, an African American student at Western University of Health Sciences talks about his journey to veterinary school and the unique barriers he faced as a man of color. Jeremy is the only Black male student in his cohort, and he is one of only 71 Black men currently enrolled in veterinary school in the US. He talks about what this experience is like as he makes his way into the veterinary profession.

36 MINMAY 1
Comments
52: Being The Lonely Only

51: Equality, Equity, & Fairness

On this episode of AAVMC's Diversity and Inclusion on Air, diversity consultant Kim D'Abreu discusses the concepts of equality, equity and fairness. The discussion touches on how these concepts shape our understanding of the veterinary medical educational and professional experience.

48 MINAPR 16
Comments
51: Equality, Equity, & Fairness

50: What Does It Mean To Look Professional

On this episode of Diversity and Inclusion on Air, Dr. Greenhill chats with Amanda Bates of NCSU and Amanda Fark of OSU., both members of the Veterinary Career Network, about the diversity issues relate embedded in our understanding of what it means to look professional.

54 MINAPR 1
Comments
50: What Does It Mean To Look Professional

49: Minority Women In Veterinary Medicine

This episode of Diversity and Inclusion on Air explores the experiences of minority women in the veterinary profession. Women now outnumber women in the profession, but minority women still make up a relatively small percentage of profession. Guests Drs. Mandisa Greene, Monica Howard and Fernanda Ferreira share their experiences as minority women in the veterinary profession and what they see the future holding for this demographic.

58 MINMAR 18
Comments
49: Minority Women In Veterinary Medicine

48: 2019 Diversity Awards

On this bonus episode of Diversity and Inclusion on Air, Drs. Kenita Rogers of Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and India Napier, 3rd year DVM student at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. Dr. Rogers is the recipient of this year's Iverson Bell Award, which recognizes individuals for their efforts to advance diversity and inclusion in academic veterinary medicine. Dr. Napier, who earned her PhD at Auburn University's College of Veterinary Medicine, is the 2019 recipient of the Lowrie Diversity Leadership Scholarship for her efforts to advance diversity and inclusion.

58 MINMAR 5
Comments
48: 2019 Diversity Awards

47: The Gender Wage Gap

On this episode of Diversity and Inclusion on Air, Dr. Clint Neill, Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech University, stops by to discuss the gender wage gap in veterinary medicine. We discuss why the gap exists, whether the gap is closing and where the future of this research is going.

38 MINFEB 25
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47: The Gender Wage Gap