Arkeology

Description: Situated in the College of Veterinary Medicine, Arkeology was a biannual five-color newsletter that reported the impact of gifts on the College and recognizes students, staff and faculty for their achievements. It was mailed to selected MU Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital clients, donors and other interested people.
Publisher: University of Missouri--Columbia. College of Veterinary Medicine
Date of publication: Spring 1999)-Fall/Winter 2007
Frequency: Biannual

Recent Submissions

  • Arkeology, 2007 Fall/Winter 

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  • Arkeology, 2006 Fall/Winter 

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  • Arkeology, 2005 Winter/Spring 

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  • Arkeology, 2004 Spring/Summer 

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  • Arkeology, 2003 Spring/Summer 

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  • Arkeology, 2002 Spring 

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  • Arkeology, 2001 Spring 

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  • Arkeology, 2000 Spring 

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  • Arkeology, 1999 Spring 

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