“It All Started Here: A Veterinarian’s Perspective. How My Degree from ONU Made Me a Lifelong Student.”
A Getty College of Arts & Sciences Alumnus Speaker Event
Monday, Oct. 21
Dicke Forum in Dicke Hall
Free and open to the public
ONU alumnus Peter Haase, BS ’92, fully embraces being a student of life. It’s a perspective that was planted in him as a biology major at ONU, he says, before he went on veterinarian school and a fulfilling career. Now, he’s eager to share his personal anecdotes with you.
Peter will start by relaying the wisdom he’s gained during his 17-year career as a veterinarian – covering a range of topics including regenerative medicine and stem cell therapy, orthopedic surgery, and even exotic cat medicine. Next, he’ll weave in colorful examples of how ONU has had a major impact on him years later – infusing him with a sense of adventure that touches everything from his family life and travels to Africa, to his adventure racing hobby.
Don’t miss this engaging speaker event. You’re sure to leave energized and inspired, armed with the motivation to put passion into practice in your own daily life, too.
About Peter Haase
Peter Haase has been a staff veterinarian and medical director at Care Animal Hospital in Arlington Heights, Illinois for the past 15 years. A certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner, his professional interests also include surgery and regenerative medicine.
Peter earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Ohio Northern University in 1992, and graduated from the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. An avid adventure racer, hiker and backpacker, he lives in Illinois with his wife Amanda, also a veterinarian, and their two kids Henry and Zella.