College of Veterinary Medicine

Student Organizations

American Association of Equine Practitioners

Objectives of Parent Organization

The AAEP's objectives are best derived from the mission statement: "To improve the health and welfare of the horse, to further the professional development of its members, and to provide resources and leadership for the benefit of the equine industry." To this end, the AAEP is constantly producing educational materials for horse owners and those in the horse industry, providing continuing education for equine practitioners, supporting equine research, and setting guidelines for ethical practices in equine veterinary medicine.

AAEP Constitution Feb 2006

Objectives of the Student Chapter

As a student organization, we follow the parent organization's guidelines, providing opportunities for professional development and networking. Our club acts to meet these goals by scheduling opportunities for practical experience and extracurricular seminars.

Officers 2014

President: Rachel Shutter
President-elect: Vaughn Fish
Vice President: Anna Odash
Treasurer: Julia Vanderford
Secretary: Kerry Campbell
Fundraising Chair: Karen Hoagland
Herd Health Sr. Coordinator: Sarah Jarvis
Herd Health Jr. Coordinator: Sammie Perkins

Advisors: Dr. Kelly Farnsworth & Dr. Deborah Sellon


Last Edited: Feb 25, 2014 3:31 PM   

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