Teaching in the Computer Lab
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Dr. Bonnie Beaver was the first woman to join the faculty of the College of Veterinary Medicine. She accepted a position in the Department of Veterinary Medical Surgery and Radiology in 1969. Over her career she has made a name for herself as a leading well published Animal Behaviorist. She has been passionate about teaching veterinary students and promoting the profession. Her education consists of B.S. Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota 1966; D.V.M. Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota 1968; M.S. Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, Texas A&M University 1972; DSc (hon), University of Guelph 2015. Her scholarly interests are; normal and abnormal domestic animal behavior, human-animal interrelationships, and animal welfare.
DescriptionDr. Bonnie Beaver instructs students in a computer lab. Physical description: color prints (photographs), 19.5X24.5mm
SubjectUniversities and colleges--Faculty
Beaver, Bonnie V.
Rydzewski, Tony Media Resources, College of Veterinary Medicine (1990). Teaching in the Computer Lab. Available electronically from