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Knowledge Breaks | Quality of Life for Pets: Treating Cancer One Dog, One Cat at a Time | July 14
Medical oncologists at the Lois Bates Acheson Teaching Hospital within OSU’s veterinary college treat cancer of all kinds in dogs and cats – helping beloved pets live the best, healthiest lives they can.
What they’re learning as they diagnose and treat cancer in animals also informs how we approach it in humans. Join this webcast for a look behind the hospital doors with OSU oncologists Katie Curran and Haley Leeper.
Connect more, feel good | June 24
Beaver grads are entering a new season of their life and career, and they could use some new alumni friends to help make the process easier (and more fun)! At OSU 2021 Grad Connections, foster a strong and caring community across the world and share your life and career advice with the newest alumni.
The keys to a healthy brain | July 8
Improving your brain function supports healthy aging — for humans and pets alike. The good news is: You can start now. Join the Linus Pauling Institute’s resident neuroscientist Kathy Magnusson to learn how diet and lifestyle can support lifelong memory and learning for both you and your pet.