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About Senior Seminars

Senior Seminars are a curriculum requirement for fourth-year students pursuing their Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree. 

Students can opt to select a specific disease to study, using a clinical case or series of cases, or conduct a short-term clinically-oriented research project. They then prepare a written case report and an oral presentation to share their findings.

How to Find Senior Seminars

Search eCommons 
(for full text of Senior Seminars, dating from 2002 - Present)

 

Search Cornell University Library Catalog 
(f
or records of Senior Seminars, dating from 1947 - 2002)

Please note:
Due to the confidentiality of the cases involved, Senior Seminars are accessible only to students, faculty, and staff at the College of Veterinary Medicine. Other individuals who would like access may contact the librarians at Flower-Sprecher Veterinary Library at 
607-253-3510 or vetref@cornell.edu.

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