The Dog Zombie (a blogger I regularly follow and is often seen on ASR) took the time to mention an address made at the 2nd UK Conference of Science Journalists, which began with a call to action: “I think every writer, every journalist, every scholar, should tell you where he’s coming from before he tells [...]
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The Dog Zombie just published a post describing their feelings as they finish Vet School. It’s a profound and inspiring essay, and I encourage everyone in my position, anxiously awaiting if you’ll get to attend school this year, to give it a read. I personally hope DZ will be hiring when I graduate, or even [...]
Madeline McCurry-Schmidt is a great writer, and like me, didn’t grow up in an animal science background. She writes for ASAS Graduate BULLetin and does a great job of detailing her experience and providing great information for graduate students, including job postings! I also discovered the American Society of Animal Science through her site, and [...]
Posted in Reference on Sep 8th, 2011
In searching for information on mastitis, I came across this treasure trove of information. It was too good for me not to post here. It’s got great summaries, information, and a large collection of case studies. I almost wish the site itself was a book I could keep on the shelf, but for now I’ll [...]
Posted in Books on Aug 23rd, 2011
After a year-and-a-half of on and off reading, I’ve finally finished Domestic Animal Behavior for Veterinarians and Animal Scientists, 4th edition. It’s only about 400 pages, but it’s technically a textbook, and by no means light reading. I got through it by taking it a couple pages at a time, which allowed me to process [...]