The Association for Women Veterinarians is accepting nominations for its 2000 recognition awards: the Outstanding Woman Veterinarian-of-the-Year Award and the Distinguished Service Award.
Nomination of the Outstanding Woman Veterinarian-of-the-Year is open to any woman graduate of an AVMA-accredited veterinary school. The purpose of the award is to recognize special effort and achievement by a woman veterinarian in any area of veterinary medicine.
Eligibility for the Distinguished Service Award is open to any individual, including a nonveterinarian. The purpose of the award is to recognize special effort and contributions by an individual to advance and improve the status of women in veterinary medicine.
Nominations can be made by an individual, a professional organization, or an institution. The nomination deadline is May 1. For more information, contact Dr. Carolyn Reed, 1049 Pennington, Cupertino, CA 95014.