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Study abroad courses offer a fun and educational experience that complements the traditional

classroom learning for undergraduate students to expand their knowledge and gain unique


One study abroad course caters to pre-medical and pre-veterinary undergraduate students

practical experience and a better understanding of the One Health concept.

One Health is a collaborative, cross-disciplinary approach that works locally and nationally

and globally to ensure the best possible health for people, animals and our environment.

Organized by Oklahoma State University’s Ferguson College of Agriculture in partnership

with the College of Veterinary Medicine and the Health Sciences Centre, June

The 2022 class took 18 former vets and two pre-med students to Mexico.

Attending from the College of Veterinary Medicine was Dr. Kelsey Jurek — CVM clinician

and a lecturer who served as a faculty adviser – and two third year veterinary students,

Braden Steidley and Porter Sciba.

The group traveled between Mexico City; Puebla; and Tierra Blanca, Veracruz. During

the rural clinic days, they served the Úrsulo-Galván, Nueva Masamilla and La Barahunda


Jurek worked closely with local vets to supervise groups of students as they did

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