Becoming a Veterinarian: Paths and Possibilities
Dr. Judy Klimek, Associate Professor of Anatomy and Physiology
This presentation will explore, from the presenter's experience as a veterinarian and faculty member of a veterinary college, the steps that would be useful for students to take now to prepare for application to veterinary school. Information and suggestions about prerequisites and the application and interview process are also drawn from the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Association of the Veterinary Medical Colleges websites. Finally, the presentation includes an introduction to the veterinary curriculum from the perspective of a first-year instructor. The presentation includes time for discussion of audience questions.
Being One of Those MAD Men: Advertising Agency Management
Dr. Thomas Gould, PhD, Associate Professor of Advertising and New Media
Careers in Architecture, Planning and Design
Susan Lannou, Director of Student Recruitment, College of Architecture, Planning and Design
Careers in Interior Design; It's More Than You Think
Dr. Migette L. Kaup, Associate Professor of Apparel, Textiles, and Interior Design
The profession of interior design provides a diverse range of career opportunities for people with the right education. The qualifications of professionals in the field, however, are commonly misunderstood. This presentation will discuss interior design as a distinctive and recognizable profession, the educational standards that are considered minimum preparation for professional status, and the changing legal requirements in many states that regulate practice. This presentation will help students who are considering interior design education to seek out the educational program that best suits their interests and will debunk the myths commonly associated with interior designers.
Careers in Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Ronnie Elmore, Associate Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine
Opportunities in Food Science
Curtis L. Kastner, Director, Food Science Institute
Learn about the professional opportunities in Food Science along with the educational opportunities offered at K-State. In addition, discover the program areas at the Food Science Institute.
Using Science to Work with Animals: Career Opportunities
Dr. Barry Bradford, Associate Professor of Animal Science and Industry
The number of pets in the United States continues to increase at a dramatic rate, and the population of students entering college with an interest in a career working with animals is also on the rise. Most of these students have little idea that there are professionals other than veterinarians who apply science to the goal of raising healthy animals. The goal of this presentation is to give students a broader perspective of the many science-based career options that exist for animal lovers.
Why You Should Care About the Differences Between Public Relations and Marketing
Barbara DeSanto, APR, Fellow PRSA
Most people do not understand the important differences between public relations and marketing, with the result that marketing is asked to perform public relations work, with often disappointing and even harmful results. This lecture focuses on understanding the differences, as well as discovering effective ways for the two functions to work together as well as work separately.