Penn Vet Conferences and Seminars
The Penn Executive Veterinary Leadership Program:
Making an Impact as a Global Health Leader
June 24-27, 2013
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104
The University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine and the Wharton School have partnered on a leadership development program designed for veterinarians who seek to contribute at a high level to the maintenance and promotion of global public health for animals and humans.
The Penn Executive Veterinary Leadership Program combines the knowledge and experience of a veterinary school with that of a business school to help veterinarians refine their leadership skills and get involved in the most pressing global issues affecting animals and humans: zoonotic diseases, food security, disaster preparedness, poverty, and others.
The format of the program allows veterinarians to learn, understand, and apply a variety of tools to expand the profession's impact on the well being of animals and society. As a participant, you will discover new ways to get involved in promoting global public health and animal productivity while also learning how veterinarians can influence public policy.
The program prepares veterinarians to:
- Adopt advanced methods of influence and persuasion
- Achieve an authentic voice as a global leader
- Engage in decision-making with human and veterinary public health professionals
- Develop and lead effective partnerships geared toward environmental stewardship
- Communicate effectively about policy and legal issues relevant to public health
- Identify opportunities to advance the frontiers of veterinary medicine
To learn more or apply, please visit Wharton's Executive Education Leadership Development Program.
Penn Vet Alumni Receptions
Meet alumni, faculty, and friends at Penn Vet’s receptions held at national conferences throughout the year.
January 20, 2013 - North American Veterinary Conference Alumni Reception
7pm - 9pm
Orlando World Center Marriott
Grand Ballroom 1-2
July 2013 - Penn Vet Alumni Reception at AVMA Convention
August 2013 - Penn Vet Alumni Reception at PVMA Keystone Conference
October 2013 - Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference Alumni Reception
December 2013 - Penn Vet Alumni Reception at AAEP
Penn Vet Seminar Programs
Animal Biology Seminar Series (ABSS)
The Mari Lowe Center for Comparative Onocology Seminar Series
Parasitology Seminar Series
Pathobiology Department Seminar Series
Department of Animal Biology, School of Veterinary Medicine and The Institute for Regenerative Medicine