Former SFT President Dr. Donald Walker
Former SFT President from 1965-1966, and 1994 Bartlett award winner, DR. DONALD F. WALKER died at his home on Tuesday, January 5, 2010. Dr. Walker, was born in Brush, Colorado, on July 16, 1923.(continued)
Annual Therio Conference Awaits!!
SEATTLE AWAITS YOU FOR THE 2010 THERIO CONFERENCE & SYMPOSIA
An Abundance of Educational Opportunities during the conference and numerous sources of relaxation and fun for you and your family!
MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND, YOU’LL BE GLAD YOU DID!
Seattle is anything but ordinary. It's a place where bike messengers share elevators with world-renowned researchers. Where fishermen have lunch alongside top surgeons. It's a city where the extraordinary is commonplace and commonplace is anything but. And if you look closely, you just might discover that in Seattle there are amazing things happening all around you http://www.visitseattle.org/visitors/.
Whether you prefer a fast paced, fun filled vacation or a laid back relaxing one, there is something for every one. Seattle is known for being the "metro natural” city, having all the benefits of a big city and all the pleasures of nature just a short cab ride away. The conference will be held at the Grand Hyatt which is in walking distance of numerous shops, restaurants and entertainment. You also have the option of a short ride to see the beautiful mountains and other beautiful sights of nature. No matter what you are looking for you are bound to find it in Seattle.
Seattle, Washington is undeniably one of the top picks for travelers and business trips. This amazing city has received quite an impressive list of awards to prove it…
Among the top 10 cities in the United States, Readers Choice Awards-Conde Nast Traveler Magazine
No. 3 Most Popular City-AAA, 2007
Second-Cleanest U.S. City
Most Educated City-U.S. Census Bureau study, August 2006
No. 7 in Best Cities for Young Professionals-Forbes magazine, June 2007
Don’t forget to mark your calendars for this amazing opportunity to see the unforgettable city of Seattle. You definitely do not want to miss out on all the fun and benefits that come along with the 2010 Theriogenology Conference & Symposia. Sign up today!!
Student Case Presentations
Attention to all SFT student members!
The SFT Program Committee is pleased to announce the call for submission of student theriogenology case presentation at the annual conference in Seattle, Washington. The competition will be held during the annual conference in September, 2010.
The purpose of this competition is to promote student interest in SFT, to encourage your investigative and communication skills and allow students greater participation in our annual meeting. All SFT student members are qualified to enter the competition.
The student theriogenology case presentation will be held in Seattle. It will give the SFT membership a look at future leaders and participants of the SFT. Six student cases will be selected for presentation at the annual conference competition. Do you have a clinical case presentation you have given or that you are preparing? You can submit it, as long as it is on theriogenology. (click here to read more)
Dues Notices Have Been Mailed
Dues Notices Sent - Updates Needed
All members of the Society for Theriogenology should have received a 2010
dues notice which was mailed out in December. If you have not received yours, please contact the Society office at 334-395-4666.
The postal service has returned several dues notices indicating either
insufficient or wrong address information. You are encouraged to go to the Therio web site (www.therio.org) and check your personal profile to make sure everything is correct. If you have moved or changed your e-mail address or phone number please make the correction on your profile. The Society office will automatically be notified that a change has been made. This will insure
that you do not miss important notices, the Clinical Theriogenology Journal, or other Therio news sent through the postal service or by electronic communications.
Your help in this matter is greatly appreciated.