Field Excursion: Jaguar Genetics

Early Forms School of Liberal Arts and Sciences:  Intro to School of Medicine.

Here is an overview of my field excursion, Jaguar Genetics.  My venue is the Olive Room up at WSU, on the second floor of the Rhatigan Student Center.  It’s pretty cool, and leads into Early Forms School of Medicine, Skeleton and Bones.  This is followed by pretend oath to do no harm, and as a student, to vow never to practice on living animals or humans.  The project culminates with students working as pretend vet’s to practice caring for various types of broken bones in a variety of plush animals, both realistic looking, and obviously make-believe.

Here is Jaguar Genetics.

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