Jenna Goveronski: New Veterinary Technology Program Chair

veterinary technology programGlobe University-Woodbury welcomes Jenna J. Goveronski, Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT), as the new chair of the veterinary technology program. Goveronski has an associate degree in veterinary technology from Argosy University (2006) as well as a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural/Equine Science and biology minor from University of Wisconsin-River Falls (2012).

Growing up on a dairy farm, Goveronski’s love for veterinary medicine started at a young age. She grew up feeding and milking cows along with training her family’s herd of horses.

Along with her passion and formal education came more than six years of both clinical and hands-on training qualifying her to practice in many diverse disciplines of medicine including: companion animal, specialty/referral, emergency/critical care, and academics at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Teaching Hospital. 

Also, for the past 12 years she has trained horses in groundwork, training young stock to ride, behavioral training, reining and cutting basics as well as trail riding.

“I am very excited about being the new program chair for the veterinary technology department at Globe University-Woodbury,” said Goveronski. “My future goals in this position are to continue to provide the best education for our students and to become more involved in the Woodbury community by educating them about our department and the unique education our students are receiving here at Globe University.”

Students in the veterinary technology program at Globe University will work with live animals early in the program, perform laboratory procedures and learn how to communicate with vets and pet owners with the goal to provide students with a hands-on education that prepares them for the work in their chosen career field.

“We are thrilled to welcome Goveronski as our new veterinary technology program chair,” said Denise Radcliffe, Dean of Students at Globe University-Woodbury. “Her passion, education and hard work ethic are going to make a great addition to our veterinary program and campus.”