PULLMAN, Wash. Three Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine students received awards at the 2011 American Association of Bovine Practitioners meeting in St. Louis.
Tim Gibbs, the Amstutz Scholarship from the Amstutz Scholarship Fund, $7,500.
Ben Werkhoven, Pfizer Animal Health Veterinary Student Scholarship, $5,000.
Chelsey Johnson, first place in the 2011 Student Case Competition research category, $1,500.
The AABP is an international association that provides education on cattle health, increases awareness of issues that influence the cattle industry and improves opportunities for careers in bovine medicine.