Higher Education

A Top Veterinary School Tries Something New: A Class in World Religions

Apr 21, 2022

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Veterinary students at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, December 2021 (Silma Suba/Interfaith America)
Frog recovering in the wildlife center

Frog recovering in the wildlife center. (Silma Suba/Interfaith America)

Student in the Religious Perspectives on Caring for Animals class

Student in the Religious Perspectives on Caring for Animals class. (Silma Suba/Interfaith America)

Dr. Yvette Johnson-Walker of the University of Illinois School of Veterinary Medicine. She co-taught the course with Jonathan Ebel, a religion professor.

Dr. Yvette Johnson-Walker of the University of Illinois School of Veterinary Medicine. She co-taught the course with Jonathan Ebel, a religion professor.

Veterinary students performing a surgery

Veterinary students assist professors performing a surgery. (Silma Suba/Interfaith America)

Box turtle in wildlife recovery center

Box turtle in wildlife recovery center. (Silma Suba/Interfaith America)

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