BVU Grad Miranda Wallace Excels in Veterinary School
The 2016 grad attends the University of Missouri and studies veterinary medicine. While at BVU, she took classes in anatomy, physiology, immunology, and more to prepare her for her future career.
Miranda Wallace, Class of 2016, was accepted into multiple veterinary programs, and after weighing her options, she ultimately decided on the University of Missouri. The expedited program first allows Wallace to learn through instructional periods, giving her longer training time in clinics. The program is intense, however, Miranda finds satisfaction in her achievements. “Every time I recognize a diagnosis or get a test prep question correct, it is the best feeling in the world,” she says.
“BVU is an amazing school, and I am so glad I got the opportunities that I did there.”
Wallace states that her time at BVU helped prepare her well for veterinary medicine. “BVU is an amazing school, and I am so glad I got the opportunities that I did there.” While attending BVU, Wallace was encouraged to participate in any and all opportunities she could. She took classes in anatomy, physiology, immunology, and more to prepare her for her future career. Wallace’s extracurricular activities such as travel trips and research experiences helped set her up well for a future in animal science as well. Wallace credits her time working at Lake Animal Hospital in Storm Lake as extremely beneficial in ultimately deciding on her career.
In addition to her veterinary program, Miranda is a board member of two clubs at the University of Missouri including the Zoo-Exotics-Wildlife and One Health Club. She is also co-chair of the Exotics Symposium, which will take place in January. It is clear that Wallace continues to take advantage of every opportunity that comes her way.