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This department is part of the Health, Dental & Veterinary Department; Dr. Terrence Brown, chairman.
Brenda A. Johnson, D.V.M.
Associate Professor and Program Coordinator
LOCATION: VT 201
PHONE: 614-287-3685 FAX: 614-287-5235
EMAIL ADDRESS: firstname.lastname@example.org
|I began my career at Columbus State Community
College as an Adjunct Instructor in January, 1991. I designed the
evening program plan of study and became a full-time Instructor and
evening Clinical Coordinator in June, 1996.
I accepted the position of Program Coordinator in June 1998, and am currently an Associate Professor teaching Client Relations, Clinical Applications I and II, and the evening program Clinical Seminar series. In 1998, I was honored to be a recipient of Columbus State Community College’s Distinguished Teaching Award, for excellence in instruction.
I enjoy helping students by volunteering on Columbus State’s “Welcome Team,” and am actively involved in the veterinary profession through service as President of the Central Ohio Veterinary Medical Association. I also preside over the Veterinary Technology Program’s Advisory Committee, am a member of Columbus State’s Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, and serve on Northwest Career Center’s Animal Technician Advisory Committee and Tolles Career and Technical Center’s Small Animal Care Advisory Committee.
To keep my skills current, and bring interesting cases to the classroom, I continue to practice small animal veterinary medicine at Whitehall Animal Hospital, on the east side of Columbus, Ohio. My extended human and animal family includes my husband, daughter, two step-sons, and our dog, cat, and horse. In my spare time, I enjoy gardening, horseback riding, and traveling!
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, June 1988, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
CREDENTIALS: Veterinary Accreditation, September 1988, United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
Denise Mills, M.S., M.L.T.
OFFICE LOCATION: Vet 207
PHONE: 614-287-5016 FAX: 614-287-5235 EMAIL ADDRESS: email@example.com
|I have worked
at CSCC since 1981 in the Veterinary Technician department. I teach
clinical lab courses including Clinical Chemistry, Cytology,
Hematology, Microbiology, and Urinalysis. I am also the daytime
Coordinator for Clinical Experience.
I am the faculty advisor for the student chapter of the OAVT, a member of the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association Public Relations Committee, and Distance Learning Lead Instructor. Outside the classroom, I enjoy teaching fitness classes, traveling, cooking, and spending time with my yellow lab, Maddie.
EDUCATION: Bachelor of Science, Adult Education, June 1992, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
Masters in Allied Health Education, June 1996, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
Carla Mayers Bletsch, DVM
TITLE: Assistant Professor and Attending Veterinarian
EDUCATION: 1988 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University
1983 B.S. in natural Resources from The Ohio State University
CREDENTIALS: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
|Joseph A. Crock,
OFFICE LOCATION VT 104
PHONE: 740-927-7899 FAX: 740-964-0686 EMAIL ADDRESS: firstname.lastname@example.org
|I established the Animal Hospital of Pataskala in
1973 and have operated it these past 33 years. I started as Adjunct
Faculty at CSCC in March 2002. I enjoy the combination of practicing
and teaching Veterinary Medicine.
I have written a weekly newspaper column entitled Furry Footnotes since 1986. It is dedicated to the improvement of the health of animals through education and appears weekly in the Pataskala Standard and other newspapers owned by Thomson Printing. I have received four Osmond C. Hooper Awards for best humorous column in a newspaper of this size.
I enjoy travel and just hanging out with a good book or my old guitar.
EDUCATION: D.V.M. (O.S.U. /1973) CREDENTIALS: D.V.M., V.C.A.
OFFICE LOCATION VT 104
PHONE: 614-287-5135 or 614-890-8402
EMAIL ADDRESS: email@example.com
|Started at Columbus State in
Jan.2001 in veterinary technology . I teach in applied Vet.
Technology for first and second year students. Before coming to
Columbus, I owned and operated a small animal and equine practice
in Edmonton, Alberta for 25 years. As well, I owned and showed
Horned Herefords and Simmental cattle. My main hobby in Ohio
is bird watching. My pet is a cloned Holstein cow named “Muggins”.
EDUCATION: D.V.M. from Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1973, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
|Kelly A. Fannin, AAB, AAAS
TITLE: Office Associate
OFFICE LOCATION: VT 104
PHONE: 614-287-5135 FAX: 614-287-5235
EMAIL ADDRESS: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Kelly has worked at Columbus State Community College
since February of 1996. She started fulltime in the Telephone
Information Center as a representative. She received her
certificate in Animal Assisted Therapy and worked part-time in the
Veterinary Technology Program.
When the instructor of the Animal Assisted Therapy Certificate program moved to Virginia Poly-Tech in 1999, she stepped in to teach the AAT courses and integrated the courses to meet the needs of students in Nursing, Mental Health, Chemical Dependency, Early Childhood Development and of course, Veterinary Technology! When the Veterinary Technology moved into its own dedicated building on campus in 2002, she took the position of Office Associate.
She maintains involvement in the College through participation on numerous campus committees including the Instructional Support Council of Shared Governance. She resides in Baltimore with her husband, two dachshunds (Oscar and Julie), guinea pig (Meighjer), and numerous fish.
EDUCATION: Southeastern Business College – Lancaster Branch Associate of Applied Business in Accounting, 1992
Associate of Applied Business in Business Management,
1992 Columbus State Community College Animal Assisted Therapy in Education Certificate, 1998
|Kimberly A. Dybiec
Teaching Assistant. Registered Veterinary Technician.
OFFICE LOCATION: Vet Tech 103
PHONE: 1-614-287-2584 FAX: 1-614-287-5235 EMAIL ADDRESS: email@example.com
|I am a graduate of Columbus
State Community College, 2004, with a degree in Veterinary
Technology. Some experiences include growing up on a small farm with
many farm animals, working on an equine farm, caring and showing for
horses, working at a humane society and small animal veterinary
clinic and working at a diagnostic laboratory.
My Rottweiler, Brutus and rat, Gimli love being around people and other animals. It works out wonderfully that they love people, because I don’t have to worry about how they will act when I am traveling overseas. Some of my traveling experiences include going to the Bahamas and Peru to do volunteer construction work (I have also done volunteer construction work in the United States).
I have also been to China. I truly enjoy other cultures. I also am a BIG reader, which is great while I’m traveling. I enjoy laboratory work, so I’m mainly teaching the laboratory courses such as hematology, microbiology and urinalysis. I will also be gradually transitioned into animal care courses.
EDUCATION: Associate of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology. Currently working on Bachelors in Microbiology at The Ohio State University.
CREDENTIALS: Registered Veterinary Technician.
Clinical Instructor/Supervisor/Adjunct Faculty OFFICE LOCATION: OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Rm# 0006c
PHONE: (614) 292-6661, ext. 4-0552
FAX: (614) 292-3530 (Large Animal Office) EMAIL ADDRESS: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
|I graduated with an Associates Degree, Magnum cum
Laude, from the Animal Health Technology program at CSCC in 1990 and
I received the CSCC Outstanding Academic Achievement and Community
Service award in 1989. After that time, our official name was
changed to Veterinary Technician. I currently serve as a member of
the Advisory Board Committee and as Adjunct Faculty (Evening
Program) of the Veterinary Technology.
I currently work at The Ohio State University in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. I have been working there for 14 years and for the past 9 years I have been supervising and teaching CSCC interns in Equine and Food and Fiber Animal. I also supervise CSCC interns in Radiology. For the last year, I have also been functioning as the Administrative Coordinator for the Equine ICU Technicians at OSU.
I served in the Ohio Army National Guard for 22 ½ years in the Military Police Corps and I retired with an Honorable discharge in 2004. I received the Order of the Marechaussee (Bronze) Award from the Military Police Regiment Association and the Meritorious Service Medal on my retirement. I am very active in my church, Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, and I sing in various choirs and I work in the Sound/Tape Ministry. I am interested in most sports but I grew up loving all animals and my favorites are Quarterhorses and German Shepherds. I currently do not have any animals but I plan to change that in the future.
EDUCATION: Youngstown State University BA Chemistry/pre-med
1986 Columbus State Community College AAS Animal Health Technology 1990
CREDENTIALS: Registered Veterinary Technician - Ohio
|Peggy S Williams DVM
OFFICE LOCATION: VT 104
PHONE: 614-287-5377 x 8792
EMAIL ADDRESS: firstname.lastname@example.org
|I have held an adjunct faculty position at Columbus
State Community College with Veterinary Technology since Spring
Quarter 1998. I currently am teaching Animal Health and Disease II,
Parasitology, N utrition and Clinical Applications.
I also am an owner in Refugee Canyon Veterinary Services, a private mixed practice in Licking County which also serves as a Clinical Experience internship site for Columbus State Veterinary Technology students. I enjoy horseback riding in Ohio’s state parks as an avocation and currently have a Saddlebred and Tennessee Walking Horse, a cat and and two dogs for companions.
My community involvement is around the Homeward Bound Humane Society of Licking County of which I am a past Board Member and the current Veterinary Advisor. I also work with 4-H groups in Licking County and am a member of the 4-H All Star Association and the Tri Village Christian Church.
EDUCATION: Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine West Virginia University Doctor of Veterinary Medicine June 1978 College of Agriculture Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, December 1973
CREDENTIALS: American Veterinary Medical Association Ohio Veterinary Medical Association
Central Ohio Veterinary Medical Association Vice President 2002 and President 2003
Columbus Academy of Veterinarians Fifth District Equine Practitioners American Association of Bovine Practitioners American Animal Hospital Association
American Association of Equine Practitioners Gamma Sigma Delta National Agricultural Honorary Licensed with Ohio and West Virginia Veterinary Medical Boards
EMAIL ADDRESS: email@example.com
|Sherry started working at CSCC in 1984 as an adjunct
faculty. She teaches hematology, microbiology and sometimes
urinalysis. Sherry has an MLT from CSCC and is grandfathered as a
RVT. Her husband is a veterinarian where she works in his
practice. Keeping current on new procedures and protocols in
veterinary medicine is important to Sherry.
She has regularly attended the NAVC in Orlando since 1990. New developments in veterinary medicine are often revealed at this national meeting. Being a part of a women’s Bible study has been an important part of life for Sherry. Her hobbies include tennis, golf and jogging. Her favorite pet has been her dog Angel, a boxer mastiff mix, born in 2004.
There are also two feline friends in her house, Annie and Pepper, along with her husband Mike. Their two daughters are grown and married.
EDUCATION: Bowling Green State University – 1 year, The Ohio State University – 1 year Columbus State Community College - MLT
CREDENTIALS: RVT (grandfathered)
|Tanja M. Hughes RVT
OFFICE LOCATION VT 104
PHONE: 614-287-5135 FAX:
EMAIL ADDRESS: Thughes@cscc.edu
|Upon graduating from CSCC in 1994 I went to work in
the private sector as a veterinary technician/ office manager. In
1995 I started with CSCC as an external evaluator for the vet tech
students in the Clinical Applications II lab. I became and
instructor in 1996.
I am currently an instructor in the Clinical Applications I & II laboratories where my main focus is teaching restraint and venipuncture on canines and felines to the veterinary technology students. I have also worked in the hematology and urinalysis laboratory.
I am currently a member of the Ohio Association of Veterinary Technicians and an honorary member of the Columbus Academy of Veterinary Medicine. My life is busily occupied with a husband, 2 energetic kids, two cats and a dog. In my free time (said with a grin) I love to cycle and work out to Tae Bo.
EDUCATION: Associate of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology Columbus State Community College 1994
TITLE: Kennel Asst
OFFICE LOCATION: 135A
EMAIL ADDRESS: firstname.lastname@example.org
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| I have worked for CSCC since I graduated from the
VET TECH program in 1996. As a member of the Animal Care Provider
team, it is my responsibility to provide a safe environment for our
resident animals. I also assist the students in completing all
their animal care responsibilities. I have been a member of Staff
Advisory Committee (SAC) since 2004. I am currently serving as the
vice chair of SAC (2006-2007) and the chair person of the activities
committee. This committee is involved with many of CSCC’s community
charity events such as Operation Feed, Children’s Hunger Alliance,
and Holidays Are For Kids.
EDUCATION: CSCC, Columbus, OH - graduated in 1996 with AS in VET TECH
CREDENTIALS: Registered Veterinary Technician