Student Success: Jenna Moline
Jenna Moline (’18 DVM) is a third year veterinary student at Washington State University with a focus in large animal and equine medicine. After graduating from the University of Idaho with a degree in music theory, Jenna lived in Alaska and New York City before deciding to pursue a lifelong passion in veterinary medicine. She returned to her home state of Wyoming where she completed a bachelor of science in veterinary and animal science, in addition to a master of science in (ruminant) nutrition. Jenna is an active member in many clubs. She served as the 2015 president-elect and 2016 president of the WSU Student Chapter of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, 2015 social coordinator of the Ag Animal/American Association of Bovine Practitioners club, and the 2015 vice president of the Christian Veterinary Fellowship club. Working under Dr. Warwick Bayly and the equine exercise physiology laboratory, she has renewed an interest in equine-specific practice. Jenna is a WICHE student representing Wyoming, and she was also awarded the Frank Crowley Scholarship in 2014 and the Austin Lewis Scholarship in 2015. Outside of the veterinary school, Jenna enjoys relaxing with friends, hiking with her dog (Annie), and spending time with family.