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Coverage in the Hagerstown Herald-Mail of Sunday's commencement ceremony. http://articles.herald-mail.com/2013-05-19/news/39375718_1_graduation-speaker-mistick-wilson-collegeOceanographer urges Wilson College grads to effect positive change in worldarticles.herald-mail.comWilson College’s Class of 2013 is poised to make a great impact on the natural world because the next 10 years will be key in protecting the planet, the class’ graduation speaker said...
We're proud of our Wilson College Grads!
This coming Sunday...
Halls have closed. Thanks for a great year! Safe travels and best wishes for a wonderful summer! To our graduates - this closing is bittersweet - I remember your class as first year students. You each have grown in so many ways. Amaze the world with your talents and passion. Inspire future alums. Best of luck to you in all you do! Know that we are still cheering for you even after you've left campus!
Four Wilson College Softball Players Earn All-Conference Honors http://www.wilson.edu/athletic-center/news/index.aspx?pageaction=ViewSinglePublic&LinkID=1629&ModuleID=31&NEWSPID=1thatFour Wilson College Softball Players Earn All-Conference Honorswww.wilson.eduThe Wilson College softball team had four players earn North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Softball All-Conference honors.
Attention VMT Majors....see the new opportunities listed below. Shiloh Veterinary Hospital with two locations in York, PA is currently in need of a fulltime Certified Veterinary Technician for our small animal practice. The qualified applicant will have a working knowledge and/or skills in each of the areas and related duties listed below. Though work experience will be taken into consideration, a recent graduate with the right attitude and aptitude will also be considered. Treatment Technician - anesthesia, blood collection, blood transfusions, basic Hosp patient care and client education/discharge, blood pressures, calculate doses, ear flush, EKG, emergency care, enemas, euthanasias, basic grooming, IV cath placement and IV fluid maintenance, Lab (including Antech, Idexx in house, snap tests, alpha trac, auto agglutination, blood smears and differentials, ear cytologies, cytologies, UA's. Microchips, Nebulizer treatments, oxygen therapy, X-rays. Exam Room Technician - emergency triage, venipuncture, handling of specimens, exams (including patient report cards, vaccine schedules, puppy and kitten folders, parasite kits), nursing care, technician appts (suture removals, vaccines, etc), front office tasks, record management tasks, and exam room equipment use/care and maintenance. Surgery Technician- create an anesthesia event log according to AAHA guidelines for each patient, anesthesia, intubation, anesthesia assisting and monitoring, assist in surgery and dentals, post op patient care, create take home discharge instructions for owners, client communication. Shiloh Veterinary Hospital offers our staff competitive wages. After 90 days of service we extend to our fulltime staff a generous PTO plan, 401K retirement benefits with employer match, a very nice employee discount, employer paid life insurance, as well as voluntary dental, eye, and short-term disability coverage. For our CVT’s we also pay the costs associated with attending conferences to attain the credits necessary to maintain that certification. Most of all, we offer an environment were the staff is passionate about their jobs and is supportive of one another in their quest for excellence. If you believe you are the right candidate, please submit your cover letter and resume (with professional references) to: Michael Warren, Practice Manger, Shiloh Veterinary Hospital, 110 Morgan Lane, York, PA 17406
This week's picks
So much academic achievement to celebrate: Congratulations to Sam Baker and Dana Hill for your fabulous presentations on research day! Congratulations to Yolanda Cabrera for receiving the Catherine Herr Langdon Award! Congratulations to Dana Hill for receiving the Carolyn Zeleny Prize! Congratulations to Robin Kane, Jocelyn Kirchner and Shaylah McQueen for their beautiful works of poetry and prose in this year's "Bottom Shelf Review."
The labyrinth turns out to be very cool! Thumbs up to our club who did the math to figure out the size of the labyrinth and the number of rocks needed for it!