STORIES OF INSPIRATION
- Harv Bartz smiles when he talks about his grandson, Zac. “He had this unique way of connecting with people. He would reach out to anyone he thought needed a boost,” he says
- New grant equips more than 8,300 law enforcement vehicles in Minnesota with lifesaving equipment to help those who suffer sudden cardiac arrest
- U of M student Jinglin Li breaks down educational barriers by bringing virtual volunteer tutors to students in need
For a lot of people, the biggest negative of rural practice is that there isn’t that hubbub that comes with urban areas. But that’s the area I want to practice –out in the middle of nowhere is my preference.
Third-year College of Veterinary Medicine student and scholarship recipient Leyton Becker, who is passionate about helping meet the nationwide need for veterinarians in rural communities
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