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Author Archives: Rachel Jensen
Criminal justice students took the opportunity to share with current elected officials their opinion on something close to home – the expense of providing healthcare to inmates and ways to be more fiscally responsible. In a letter written to the … Continue reading
Externships can be a great way for current students to build confidence in the skills they have spent those countless hours in school learning and developing. As a student you are finally able to actually perform what you’ve been learning. One vet … Continue reading
Most veterinarians would shutter at the thought of performing 37 surgeries in one day. But doctors Hope Teyler and Daniel Johnson aren’t most veterinarians. The third spay and neuter day performed by the West Jordan campus exceeded expectations . Each … Continue reading
Most people know what diabetes is and the impact it has on not only the individual, but also on families and communities. What most people don’t know is that this disease can affect the animal members of the family too. … Continue reading
Instead of tossing old bandages or solutions that are past their use-by date, the medical community is glad to send them to a local non-profit organization, Globus Relief. But the question then becomes who can put them together to … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what the Career Services department can do for you? They aren’t just there for the end of your program. Career Services is there to support you throughout your program and help you find a job while … Continue reading
Broadview will be encouraging kids to not keep secrets in the dark and bring them to the light by sharing with someone they trust. This will be the message during South Jordan City’s third annual Night Out Against Crime: Health and … Continue reading
What makes a charity bowling event more exciting? A friendly competition that involves the losing team wearing some, well less than attractive, dresses. What makes it even better? The possibility of the team of four men having to don the … Continue reading
Ride for Life is an annual charity bike ride that benefits the Ronald McDonald House of the Intermountain West. The event was started in 2006 by KUTV personality, Mark Koelbel. Mark had a personal experience with family who needed housing … Continue reading
(West Jordan) Our resident Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Hope Teyler, has started a blog to help offer an inside peak on the world of a veterinarian. Her intial post - Puppies, Rainbows, Sunshine and Kittens is copied below. If you’d like … Continue reading