Nichole Guard

Research Programs Administration Officer
University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine

My B.A. in Spanish degree with the University of Arizona College of Humanities laid the groundwork for me to be a successful coordinator of the College of Veterinary Medicine’s research branch. With the colleges current research focus on Human-Animal Interaction, we connect and collaborate with individuals from many different cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds and who have a wide array of abilities and disabilities. Through my many years of learning and working with the Humanities, I have attained and mastered the critical thinking and communication skills as well as the adaptability, compassion, patience, and intercultural competence needed to excel, shine, and thrive. The work we do is very fulfilling, and I am deeply honored to be able to share my skills and background with a phenomenal group of researchers involved in incredibly meaningful and impactful work.

Nichole Guard