Episode 27

Published on:

6th Apr 2023

Tortoises, Teaching, and Tamil w/ Dr. Navaratnam Partheeban

Dr. Theeb is a Scottish veterinarian, Nuffield Scholar, and co-founder of the The British Veterinary Ethnicity and Diversity Society (BVEDS). In 2021 he traveled to the US, Australia, New Zealand, and around the UK as part of his study on ENCOURAGING AND SUPPORTING BLACK AND PEOPLE OF COLOUR IN AGRICULTURE. You can find his presentation of his study at the Nuffield Scholar website. Theeb can be found on Instagram and Twitter. You can learn more about the British Veterinary Ethnicity and Diversity Society at their website.

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