J. F. Smithcors student veterinary history essay contest



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J. F. SMITHCORS STUDENT VETERINARY HISTORY ESSAY CONTEST

WINNERS

Last updated 13-May-2014



2014

1st Prize        Sarah Oates ’16, University of Wisconsin-Madison 

Uncloaking Cognitive Decline: The Emergence of Canine Cognitive Dysfunction in Veterinary Medicine and Its Implications for Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease.



2nd Prize Jennifer Yu ’16, University of California, Davis 

The Rise of Chinese Acupuncture in the West: How an Ancient Eastern Tradition Became an American Medical Staple.



3rd Prize Amanda Fox ’17 North Carolina State University

One Health: Back to Our Roots.


4th Prize Brittany Blattner ’16, Kansas State University

Helping Paws throughout History: The Evolution of the Service Dog.


Honorable Mention Michael Sanders ’16 Purdue University

The Worm Conqueror.


Honorable Mention Samantha Schimming ’16 Kansas State University

Hay, Oats, and Water?: A Brief Look at the History of Drug Use in Thoroughbred Racing.



2013

1st Prize        Jacqueline M. Paritte ’15 Oklahoma State University 

On Formalizing Veterinary Technician Education: “A Noble & Necessary Movement”


2nd Prize Shira Rubin13 Cornell University 

From Big to Little and Little to Big: The Early History of the Guide to the Dissection of the Dog and Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog.


3rd Prize Chris Liguore16 Purdue University

Lifestyles of the Furry and Famous: A Historical Analysis of the Care and Advancement of Animal Actors.


4th Prize Jordan Daniels16 Cornell University

Dr. William Stewart Halsted: The Ultimate Prize of Innovation.


Honorable Mention Laura Barrett ’16 University of California at Davis

Tracing the Origin and Evolution of the Domestic Dog.


Honorable Mention Rebekah Landfried16 Kansas State University

Veterinary Anatomical Models: A Surgical Tool as Essential as the Scalpel.



2012

1st Prize         Amy Sents ‘15 Kansas State University

The Covert Arsenal of Biological Agents throughout History.

Published in Vet Herit.2012 Nov;35(2):37-44.
2nd Prize   Tracey L. Mullins15 Kansas State University

The Humble Beginnings of the Corporate Companion Animal Hospital

Published in Vet Herit.2012 Nov;35(2):59-62.
3rd Prize Katie Beach ’13, Kansas State University

The Dogs of War: History of the U.S. Military Dog.



2011

1st Prize         Maite S. Torres ‘14 Kansas State University

Animals in Space: Reaching for the Stars.

Published in Vet Herit.2011 Nov;34(2):25-32.

2nd Prize   Bruce Willbrant14 Kansas State University

The Emergence of Shelter Medicine in Veterinary Education: From Nonexistent to Necessary.

Published in Vet Herit. 2011 Nov;34(2):41-46.

3rd Prize Suzanne Ford ’13, Oklahoma State University

South Carolina’s School—What Went Wrong?

Published in Vet Herit.2012 May;35(1):1-6.
4th Prize Kimberly Lynne Carren Pescosolido’12 North Carolina State University

Equine Veterinary Medicine from Ancient Times through the Greco-Roman Period

Published in Vet Herit.2012 May;35(1):20-25.

2010

1st Prize         Elizabeth Williams ‘12 Kansas State University

The Forgotten Giants Behind Louis Pasteur: Contributions by the Veterinarians Toussaint and Galtier.

Published in Vet Herit. 2010 Nov;33(2):33-39.
2nd Prize   Gail Goble13 Kansas State University

Mad Cows & vCJD: A Tale of Two Epidemics.

Published in Vet Herit. 2010 Nov;33(2):44-49.
3rd Prize Jaime Stevenson ’13, Kansas State University

West Nile Virus: A Progression from Unknown to Endemic.

Published in Vet Herit. 2011 May;34(1):7-11.

2009

1st Prize         Ashley Mitek ‘11, University of Illinois

From Early Man to Man o’ War: A History of the Cribbing Horse.

Published in Vet Herit. 2009 Nov;32(2):37-42.

2nd Prize   Valerie Livingston12 Kansas State University

Foot and Mouth Disease: A Story of Resilience.

Published in Vet Herit. 2009 Nov;32(2):48-52.

3rd Prize Tiffany Lee12, Kansas State University

Brisket Disease in Cattle: A Brief Overview and History.

Published in Vet Herit. 2010 May;33(1):5-8

2008

1st Prize         Hattie Kugler ‘08, Washington State University

Scratches, Grease Heel, and Grapes: Or Chronic Pastern Dermatitis Then and Now.

Published in Vet Herit. 2008 Nov;31(2):26-32.
2nd Prize (tie)   Kevin Koernig ’09, Tufts University

The Bureau of Animal Industry and Veterinary Professionalization at the Turn of the 20th Century.

Published in Vet Herit. 2009 May;32(1):12-17.
2nd Prize (tie) Michael Walsh11, Kansas State University

The Emergence of Animals Rights in Veterinary Medicine

Published in Vet Herit. 2008 Nov;31(2):37-39.

2007

1st Prize Ellen P. Carlin07, Cornell University

The Gender Laws: Federal Legislation and the Feminization of Veterinary Medicine.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2007 Nov;30(2):21-27.


2nd Prize Jeremiah Alma Burnett07, Washington State University.

Past, Present and Future Responses by the Veterinary Medical Profession to Socioeconomic Change.

Published in Vet Herit. 2007 Nov;30(2):33-38.

3rd Prize Alphina J. Ho ‘10, Kansas State University.

Shining Light on Foreign Animal Diseases: The Story of Plum Island.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2008 May;31(1):10-13.


2006

1st Prize Amy Lynn06, Cornell University

Cats Are Not Small Dogs: The Emergence of Feline Medicine.

Published in Vet Herit. 2006 Nov;29(2):29-40.


2nd Prize David William Gardiner ’06, Cornell University

The Age of Veterinary Specialization.

Published in Vet Herit. 2006 Nov;29(2):44-52.
3rd Prize Melissa Bourgeois, University of Florida

From 1946 to the Present – NASA’s Contribution to the Veterinary Medical Sciences.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2007 May;30(1):4-8.

2005

1st Prize David William Gardiner06, Cornell University

Canine Parvovirus: From Not There to Everywhere: An Historical Look at the Emergence, Media Coverage, and Vaccine Development of Canine Parvovirus.

Published in Vet Herit. 2005 Nov;28(2): 38-45.


2nd Prize Sarah Melissa Dyson, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, Blacksburg, Virginia

Women Veterinarians Throughout the 20th Century.

Published in Vet Herit. 2006 May;29(1):8-14
3rd Prize Greg A. Schmiesing ‘05, Washington State University

Attempting to Make Practice Acts Perfect.

Published in: Vet Herit. 2005 Nov;28(2):46-51.

2004

1st Prize Greg A. Schmiesing ’05, Washington State University

Transportation, Vaccination, Eradication, Consolidation: Reasons for Consternation?

Published in Vet. Herit. 2004 Nov;27(2):35-41.

2nd Prize Kathryn Bradford ’06, Oklahoma State University

Elizabeth Atwood Lawrence: Veterinarian, Anthropologist, and Author.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2004 Nov;27(2):42-44.
3rd Prize Jennifer Chediak06, Cornell University

Shaping the Profession: James Law and The Rise of Veterinary Professionalism in the United States.

Published in: Vet. Herit. 2005 May;28(1):1-5.

2003

1st Prize Greg A. Schmiesing05, Washington State University

Independents’ Days: Independent Colleges in the Foundation of Veterinary Education in the United States.

Published in: Vet. Herit. 2003 Nov;26(2):21-28.


2nd Prize Rebecca E. Brahm ’05, Oklahoma State University

The Changing Face of Veterinary Medicine: Women in the Profession.

Published in: Vet. Herit. 2003 Nov;26(2):36-39.
3rd Prize Jolene M. North ’05, Oklahoma State University

Dueling Serpents.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2004 May;27(1):10-14.

2002

1st Prize Greg A. Schmiesing ’05, Washington State University

Protection of Animals Through Modern Legislation.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2002 Nov;25(2):30-36.

2nd Prize Margaret M. Brosnahan02, Tufts University

One Hundred Years of Colic: The Diagnosis and Treatment of Equine Gastrointestinal Disease in the Twentieth Century.

Published in: Vet. Herit. 2002 Nov;25(2):40-6.

3rd Prize Ann H. Montague03, University of Minnesota

The Battle for a Veterinary School in Minnesota.

Published in: Vet. Herit. 2003 May;26(1):10-13.

2001

1st Prize Jill Pruett03, Oklahoma State University

Evolution of Exotic Medicine Through Zoological Gardens.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2001 Nov;24(2):27-32.


2nd Prize Michelle L. Quigley03, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

Veterinary Medicine and the American Civil War.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2001 Nov;24(2):33-37.
3rd Prize Arden J. Gillespie03, Oklahoma State University

Mark L. Morris, Sr., DVM Pioneer and Innovator.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2002 May;25(1):7-11.

2000

1st Prize Glenn Allen Olah02, Oklahoma State University

From Scrapie to Prions: Veterinarians Pave the Way.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2000 Nov;23(2):38-42.


2nd Prize Andrew M. Silverstone00, Atlantic Veterinary College

The New Light: Roentgen’s Unusual Demonstrations and the Development of Diagnostic Radiology in North America.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2000 Nov;23(2):46-51.

3rd Prize Melanie J. Blystone01, University of Georgia

Rinderpest: One Virus’s Impact on Veterinary History.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2001 May;24(1):8-12.


1999

1st Prize Debbie Tacium Ladry ’00, Universite de Montreal

The Remarkable History of Treatment for Milk Fever.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1999 Nov;22(2):31-34.


2nd Prize Heather Campbell ’00, Texas A & M University

The Portrayal of Veterinary Medicine in Films.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1999 Nov;22(2):35-37.
3rd Prize (tie) Melanie J. Blystone01, University of Georgia

Veterinarians in Zoo Medicine: The Evolution of a Career.

Published in Vet. Herit. 2000 May;23(1):9-13.
3rd Prize (tie) Pat R. Davis ’00, Auburn University

Coming Full Circle—A History of the 168th Medical Detachment (VS).

Published in Vet. Herit. 2000 May;23(1):21-27.

1998

1st Prize Cydria Schaefer Manette ’00, Washington State University

Veterinary Ethics and the Changing Role of the Veterinarian: A Historical Review.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1998 Dec;21(2):25-33.


2nd Prize Debbie Tacium Ladry ’00, Universite de Montreal

Winnie the Pooh and the Veterinarian Too: A Biographical Essay on the Life of Dr. Harry Colebourn, BVSc, MRCVS (1887-1947).

Published in Vet. Herit. 1998 Dec;21(2):41-45.

3rd Prize (tie) Jason M. Evans ’99 Oklahoma State University

A Retrospective of Veterinary Medicine at Oklahoma State University.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1999 May;22(1):14-19.


1997

1st Prize Marilyn T. Waters ’97, Oregon State University

Hocus Pocus: A Pharmacologic Look at Patent Medicine Colic Cures.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1997 Nov;20(2):40-44.


2nd Prize Amy M. Lesniak 00’, North Carolina State University

Animals and The Veterinarian in Ancient Rome.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1997 Nov;20(2):45-49.
3rd Prize (tie) Diana Murphy Jordan ’98, Iowa State University

Hog Cholera: A Historical Review.

Published in: Vet. Herit. 1998 May;21(1):1-8.
3rd Prize (tie) Stacy L. Pritt ’97, Washington State University

The History of the Guinea Pig (Cavia porcellus) in Society and Veterinary Medicine.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1998 May;21(1):12-16.

1996

1st Prize Ilana Beth Furman Levinson ’99, Oregon State University

The History of Zoos and the Emergence of Zoo Veterinarians.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1996 Dec;19(2):20-23.


2nd Prize G. Russell Danner ’98, University of Wisconsin

Elmer A. Woelffer, DVM, 1897-1995.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1997 May;20(1):27-29.
3rd Prize Kelly J. Hoover ’98, Washington State University

Rabies Treatments and Preventives Through the Ages.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1997 May;20(1):30-34.

1995

1st Prize Melinda S. Cumming95, Washington State University

Blisters, Beetles, and Beliefs.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1995 Jun;18(1):3-10.


2nd Prize Stacy L. Pritt97, Washington State University

Norman Rockwell’s Illustration of Pet Care and Veterinary Medicine.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1995 Dec;18(2):55-58.
3rd Prize Joanne C. Martineau98 University of Pennsylvania

A Historical Survey of Vivisection from Antiquity to the Present.

Published in Vet. Herit. 1996 Jun;19(1):8-10.

1994

1st Prize Sandra Coestar, ‘95 Cornell University

The Magical and Mystical World of Atropine and Other Belladonna Alkaloids.
2nd Prize Kim Taugott, [Brooktondale, NY]

Florence Kimball—America’s First Woman Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.


3rd Prize Ilene Shapiro, [Ontario, Canada]

The Contributions of C.D. McGilvray.



1993

1st Prize Jane Knoper95, Washington State Univeristy

The Thermometer: History and Application.

Published in 1993 Vet Herit. Dec;16(2):51-60.


2nd Prize Angela K. Schoeming95, Purdue University

Robert Stroud: The Brains Behind the Birdman.


3rd Prize Yvonne Kalifianos94, Purdue University

History of Veterinary Homeopathy


1992

1st Prize Catherine Hibbett93, University of Minnesota

Artists and Anatomists in Renaissance Europe.

Published in Vet Herit. 1992 Dec;15(2):45-61.


Hon. Mention Becky Manning ‘??, University of Wisconsin

The New York Zoological Society’s Veterinary History.






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