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Hospital Welcomes Four New Students on Fourth-Year Rotation

May 14th, 2014
New students on fourth-year rotation. Top: Jennifer Moore and Lori Miller Bottom: Kirby Flynn and Nick Brown

New students on fourth-year rotation. Top: Jennifer Moore and Lori Miller
Bottom: Kirby Flynn and Nick Brown

Please give a warm and friendly welcome to four new students who will be joining the team working in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital next week. Here are some fun facts to introduce you to each of them:

  1. Jennifer Moore’s hometown is Sandpoint, Idaho and she did her undergrad at Western Washington University. She enjoys reading, cooking and baking, scuba diving, and small ruminants. Jennifer aspires to a ABVP Certification in Feline Practice. First rotation: Small animal medicine. Surprising fact: “I think Subaru Outbacks are cool.”
  2. Lori Miller’s hometown is P0rtland, Oregon and she did her undergrad at Portland State University. She likes horses, movies, music (Christian, jazz, country), gaming, beach walks, and crochet. Lori is leaning toward a career in large animal medicine and research. First rotation: Emergency. Surprising fact: “I used to draw and oil paint.”
  3. Kirby Flynn’s hometown is Lakeview, Oregon and she did her undergrad at OSU. She enjoys volleyball, basketball, roping, working on the family ranch, and working with children or youth. Kirby aspires to return to rural SE Oregon to work in a mixed animal practice with a strong emphasis on beef and assisting local ranchers. First rotation: Large animal medicine. Surprising fact; “I have never actually lived on U.S. soil while voting in a presidential election, and I have voted in two elections.”
  4. Nick Brown’s home state is Washington and he did his undergrad at Evergreen State College. He likes SCUBA diving, underwater photography, kayaking, hiking, sailing, and bowling. Nick aspires to small animal medicine with a side of aquatic animal medicine. First rotation: Large animal surgery. Suprising fact: “I play a mean game of bocce ball.”
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