MSU Names Co-Directors of Veterinary Technology ProgramJolynne Judge, LVT, and Helen Mayer, LVT, bring decades of first-hand experience to the position. May 28, 2015 By Veterinary Practice News EditorsJolynne Judge, LVT, and Helen Mayer, LVT, have been named co-directors of the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Technology Program. “Judge and Mayer bring decades of first-hand experience and professional knowledge to their co-directorship,” said Julie Funk, associate dean of Academic Programs and Student Affairs for the College of Veterinary Medicine. “Their experience will allow them to further enhance the stellar national reputation of the Veterinary Technology Program as well as continuing to build relationships within the college and across the university.” Judge, who began her career at MSU in 1982 as a clinical technician with the Veterinary Medical Center, has been an instructor in the Veterinary Technology Program since 1995. Mayer has been an instructor in the program since 1992. She also coordinates veterinary technology advising, serves as pre-veterinary academic advisor, and coordinates undergraduate advising for the college. Judge and Mayer succeed Helene Pazak, DVM, Ph.D., Dipl. ACVN, who led the Veterinary Technology Program for 15 years. Dr. Pazak returns to the college faculty and will concentrate on teaching and administrative initiatives.