by Marcia Hill Gossard ’99, ’04 Ph.D. | Photo by Henry Moore, Jr.
A fond farewell to Dr. Kathleen Potter
After 36 years in the Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology, Dr. Potter retired in December 2016. She first came to Pullman as a graduate student in 1980 and then went on to make important contributions in pathology and training residents, the role she says she will miss the most.
Congratulations to the 2016 Jerry Newbrey Teaching Scholars!
The Newbrey Teaching Scholar is awarded for excellence in teaching during the first three years of the veterinary core curriculum. This award is given in memory of Jerry Newbrey, who joined the College of Veterinary Medicine faculty in 1975, and who died too young in a climbing accident in 1990. Jerry was an exceptional teacher and student advocate. Those who receive this award richly deserve our appreciation for their commitment to our students and to excellence in the classroom.
|Annie Chen-Allen||Joseph Harding||Peter Meighan|
|Cleverson deSouza||Donald Knowles||Patricia Talcott|
|Cynthia Faux||Steve Lampa||Katherine Wardrop|
|Tamara Grubb||Pamela Lee||Patrick Wilson|