white lab mouse 

Advancing the health
and well-being of
animals and people


Seminar Notes

Held every other Tuesday 8:00 - 9:00 am
September 9, 2014 - May 12, 2015
Room C2-539, Clinical Programs Center

Bagels and coffee provided

ARCHIVE
2013-2014 Resident Seminar Series
2012-2013 Resident Seminar Series

2011-2012 Resident Seminar Series


2014-2015
Resident Seminar Series

photo of elephant roundworm photo of bird photo of surgery
 

 

DATE

TOPIC

SPEAKER

Sep 9,
2014

How to Craft and Deliver Presentations That Help you Achieve Your Purposes and Meet the Needs of Audiences

Jess Cisco, Organizational Development Consultant, Cornell University **Instructor Feedback Request: Please complete this short survey to help me improve what I do. Thank you!**

Sep 23,
2014

I Need HOW MANY Animals?!?  What you have to bring to the sample-size estimation
      Reading 1    Designing Studies That Answer Questions
      Reading 2    Testing Ideas and Estimating Importance
      Reading 3     Notes: HOW MANY Animals?!?

Dr. Hollis Erb, Professor of Epidemiology, Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences

Oct 7,
2014

Research Methods: Understanding Hypothesis Testing and the P -Value

Dr. Rodrigo Bicalho, Assistant Professor of Dairy Production Medicine, Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences

Oct 21,
2014

How to Handle Difficult Client Communications

Dr. James Morrisey, Senior Lecturer of Zoological Medicine, Department of Clinical Sciences

Nov 4,
2014

How to Minimize Interprofessional Conflict

Dr. Daniel Fletcher, Assistant Professor of Emergency and Critical Care, Department of Clinical Sciences

Nov 18, 2014

How to Make the Most of Academic Technologies

Drs. Meg Thompson, Director of Continuing Education and Daniel Fletcher, Department of Clinical Sciences

Dec 2,
2014

What Does CUHA Look Like from My Side of the Fence?

Referring Veterinarian Panel, Moderated by Dr. Rick Hackett

Dec 16,
2014

Faculty in Academia: Removing the Mystery

Dr. Margaret McEntee, Chair of Department of Clinical Sciences