Morell, Virginia. Immunology of animal reproduction
Hari Babu, Y. Clinical endocrinology of companion animals Necropsy : a handbook and atlas You can nail it! : how to get into a professional program
Gross, David R. Developing handling skills : for awesome agility teams
Mecklenburg, Linda. Essential first aid for dog owners : a concise guide to caring for man’s (and woman’s) best friend
Boldrick, Lorrie. Handbook of livestock management
Battaglia, Richard A. The biology of tiger beetles and a guide to the species of the South Atlantic states
Knisley, C. Barry. Amphibians and reptiles of Assateague and Chincoteague islands
Mitchell, Joseph C. Hatching & brooding your own chicks : chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, guinea fowl
Damerow, Gail. Dog breeding, whelping, and puppy care
England, Gary C. W. Get into veterinary school : insights by an admissions expert, for high school, college & returning adult students
Piekunka, Joseph M. Quantitative pharmacology : an introduction to integrative pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic analysis
Gabrielsson, Johan. The financial success guide for private practice veterinarians
Music, P. Christopher. The gift of pets : stories only a vet could tell
Coston, Bruce R. Reproduction in wild mammals
Abeyratne, A. S., 1940- How to raise goats : everything you need to know : meat, milk, fiber & pet goats, breed guide & purchasing, proper care & healthy feeding, showing advice
Amundson, Carol A. The field guide to goats
Kimball, Cheryl. Goat health care : the best of Ruminations 2001-2007
Smith, Cheryl K. Birds and habitat : relationships in changing landscapes Skijor with your dog
Høe-Raitto, Mari, 1959- Dermatotoxicology Techniques training : minipig, a visual guide to research techniques Animals don’t blush
Gross, David R. Dealing with dominant and aggressive dogs. Agility training for you and your dog : from backyard fun to high-performance training
Roukas-Canova, Ali. Control unleashed : creating a focused and confident dog
McDevitt, Leslie. Scale insects of northeastern North America : identification, biology, and distributuion
Kosztarab, Michael, 1927- Pygmy goats : management and veterinary care
Boldrick, Lorrie. Basic immunology : functions and disorders of the immune system
Abbas, Abul K., author. Attachment to pets : an integrative view of human-animal relationships with implications for therapeutic practice Sturdevant’s art and science of operative dentistry. Cardiovascular physiology
Pappano, Achilles J. Equine science
Parker, R. O. Entertaining elephants : animal agency and the business of the American circus
Nance, Susan. Bancroft’s theory and practice of histological techniques Sporting dog and retriever training the Wildrose way : raising a gentleman’s gundog for home and field
Stewart, Mike. Bluebacks and silver brights : a lifetime in the BC fisheries from bounty to plunder
Safarik, Norman. The blood group antigen factsbook
Reid, Marion E. Physician’s guide to arthropods of medical importance
Goddard, Jerome. Fundamental immunology Jawetz, Melnick & Adelberg’s medical microbiology. The marine bryozoans of the northeast coast of the United States : Maine to Virginia
Winston, Judith E. Know you, know your horse : an intimate look at human and horse personalities : identifying “types” and matchmaking to ensure long-term relationships
Rush, Eunice. Geology and paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina. 4 The guide to owning eyelash and temple vipers
Hunziker, Raymond E.
The Veterinary Medicine Library has began processing Spring Selectives requests. CVM Faculty who need to put materials on reserve may submit a reading list (or email it as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday, April 12th. To help us expedite your request, please specify the email subject as Reserve Request. In addition to your name and course name/number, provide complete citations (title, author, and full call number) for titles desired.
The Libraries’ reserve management system offers you or your designate an opportunity to manage many aspects of the course reading page. Please visit the reserves management system at https://reserves.lib.ncsu.edu/ where you can make your requests.
For additional information on VML reserves services and quick access to the system, go to Course Reserves. If you need assistance or have questions, please contact Jackie Gadison at email@example.com or phone 919-513-6218.
These are the Vet Med Library Reading Day and Spring Examination Hours. Note the extended hours April 8-11 also.
April 12 (Friday) : 6:00am – 1:00am (Reading Day)
April 13 (Saturday) : 6:00am – 7pm
April 14 (Sunday) : 10:00am – 1:00am
April 15 – 18 (Monday-Thursday) : 6:00am – 1:00am
April 19 (Friday) : 6:00am – 6:00pm
April 20 (Saturday) : 1:00pm – 7:00pm (Regular Hours Resume)
Longer hours are available at the D.H. Hill Library and James B. Hunt Library. See http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/hours/ for all NCSU Libraries Hours.
The North Carolina State University Libraries has acquired an important collection of nearly 400 rare pamphlets and other works relating to animal advocacy, animal rights, and animal welfare. These materials enhance the Libraries’ collecting efforts in an interdisciplinary field that engages scholars across the humanities, human and veterinary medicine, and the sciences.
Of significant scholarly and historical importance, the collection spans a period of over eighty years from the 1870s to the 1950s, and includes a wealth of promotional, advocacy, and educational materials that throw light upon the moral, social, medical, and political dimensions of this complex movement.
Concern for animal welfare grew in the decades after the first animal anti-cruelty law was passed in 1822. With the backing of renowned abolitionist William Wilberforce, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) was established in 1824, becoming the first animal welfare organization in the world and the first law enforcement agency in the United Kingdom. The pamphlets and other materials conserved in the NCSU Libraries collection continued this momentum, engaging some of the leading activists of the time including the noted feminist and social reformer Frances Power Cobbe (1822-1904) and Henry Salt (1851-1939), author, social campaigner, biographer of Henry David Thoreau, founder of the influential Humanitarian League, and friend of Mahatma Gandhi. Also included are published works and correspondence from notable novelists H. E. Bates, H. G. Wells, and George Bernard Shaw.
These materials stand as testament to the work of the tireless campaigners who sought to spread their message through the creation and distribution of mass publications. Because the material was often published in the heat of argument with little thought for long-term preservation, this collection provides a valuable and unique multi-disciplinary research tool, as well as potential source for future exhibitions and associated opportunities for outreach and educational projects.
The acquisition of these pamphlets builds on the NCSU Libraries’ leadership in this collecting area and augments existing archival processing initiatives, including Acting for Animals: Revealing the Records of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare Movements, a 2011 grant that documents the animal welfare and the animal rights movements of the second half of the 20th century. The Acting for Animals grant was supported with funding from the Council on Library and Information Resources.
Dr. Tom Regan, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at NC State University, notes that “before the recent acquisition, the library’s holdings were the most comprehensive in the world. With the addition of these new materials, especially the ones from the nineteenth century, the library has strengthened its claim to preeminence.” The depth and breadth of the NCSU Libraries’ collections now provide a rich trove of primary resources to support research in animal advocacy, rights and welfare from the 1870s to the present.
In response to Veterinary Medicine Library hours survey requests for extended hours to start before the CVM Reading Day, we are experimenting with extending hours starting the Monday before Finals.
April 8-11 (Monday – Thursday): 6:00 a.m. – midnight (open 1 hr early, stay open 2 hrs later)**
April 12 (Friday – READING DAY): 6:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m. Sat
April 13 (Saturday – FINALS START): 6:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
April 14 (Sunday): 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.
April 15 – 18 (Monday-Thurs): 6:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.
April 19 (Friday): 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
April 20: (Saturday): 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. (Regular Hours resume)
**Note: earlier printed schedules show regular hours these days. The web Hours page has the correct info. See http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/hours/ for all NCSU Libraries Hours.
Burch, Mary R. The human half of dog training : collaborating with clients to get results
VanFleet, Risë, 1953- Canine cross training : building balance, strength, and endurance in your dog
Foster, Sasha, 1971- When your dog has cancer : making the right decisions for you and your dog
Ball, Lola, 1969- Towel wrap techniques for handling cats with skill and ease
Yin, Sophia A., author. Slatter’s fundamentals of veterinary ophthalmology
Maggs, David J. Veterinary periodontology
Niemiec, Brook A. Metabolic and endocrine physiology
Engelking, Larry R. (Larry Rex) Dairy production medicine Excelling at dog agility
Anusavice, Kenneth J. The AVMA : 150 years of education, science, and service
American Veterinary Medical Association. The frogs and toads of North Carolina : field guide and recorded calls
Dorcas, Michael E., 1963- Animal welfare and meat production
Gregory, Neville G. Work horse handbook
Miller, Lynn R.
The March 8, 2013 clinical conference presentation, “Accessing Veterinary Literature After Graduation: Affordable Evidence-Based Practice,” is now online as a PDF, in case you need a URL or some other information.
Best wishes to the class of 2013!
The Veterinary Medicine Library is extending its hours during the busy “midterm” exam period:
March 10 (Sunday) : Opening early at 10:00am – 10:00pm
March 11-13 (Monday-Wednesday) : 7:00am – staying open later until 12 midnight
March 14 (Thursday) : 7:00am – 10:00pm** (Regular Hours resume)
**Note: earlier printed schedules show later hours on this day, but we have been told that they are not needed. The web Hours page has the correct info.
See http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/hours/ for all NCSU Libraries Hours.