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Animal and veterinary sciences major Marena Fleming leveraged the flexibility she found at Clemson to grow her interests in unexpected ways. She’s learned livestock exhibition techniques and worked with farm animals. She’s connected with professionals in her field to discover career options she hadn’t previously considered. She’s trained a service dog to help a veteran in need. These experiences and more have affirmed Marena’s desire to work as a military veterinarian.

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