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Dec022017

NWRA Veterinary Student Paper competition

This 24th annual competition for veterinary student papers is being held in conjunction with the

NWRA Symposium, and is open to all veterinary students. The 2018 Symposium will be held

27 February – 3 March in Anaheim, CA. The conference will provide lectures, hands-on

workshops (free to students who help with the set-up and clean up afterwards!), discussions,

and networking opportunities to learn about current issues and techniques in wildlife medicine

and rehabilitation. This is also a great opportunity to meet veterinarians working with wildlife

and visit some of the facilities of the hosting rehabilitation organization, the California Council

for Wildlife Rehabilitators.

 

SUBJECT: The paper may cover any topic related to a veterinary aspect of wildlife

rehabilitation and may consist of a review of the literature, a personal case experience, or a

research project. Titles of winning papers are posted at:

http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.nwrawildlife.org/resource/resmgr/ScholarshipsAwardsGrants/20

16_Updated_Scholarship_Winners/Hiestand_Competition_Winners.pdf. Details about the

scholarship can be found at: http://www.nwrawildlife.org/?page=Hiestand_Scholarship.

 

PRESENTATION: The winning student will be required to give a 25 minute PowerPoint

presentation at the symposium. The first-place paper will also be eligible for publication in the

NWRA Bulletin. Additional information regarding the symposium location, schedule, field trips

and workshops will be available at www.nwrawildlife.org as the symposium draws nearer.

 

AWARD: The winning student will be awarded free registration to the conference, free attendance to the awards banquet, and a stipend of $500 toward travel and lodging expenses.

 

ENTRIES: Interested students should submit a 100-250 word abstract by 15 December 2017, and the completed paper by 15 January 2018, to: Dr. Erica A. Miller; Ph.: 302-743-7799; Fx: 302-234-2845; Em: Erica@Jfrink.com.

 

Author guidelines may be obtained by at: http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.nwrawildlife.org/resource/resmgr/ScholarshipsAwardsGrants/vet_competition_author_guide.pdf.

 

Any questions regarding the NWRA or the Symposium should be directed to the NWRA Central Office at nwra@nwrawildlife.org or 320-230-9920.