Celeste Maria Mavity Matthews, DVM (Publications)
Celeste Maria Mavity Matthews, DVM
160 Clayton Matthews Road
Talbotton, GA 31827
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, 1983
Bachelor of Science Berry College, Mt. Berry, Georgia, 1979
· Georgia State License
· Federally Accredited
· Eligible for DEA Licensure
· Current on continuing education
· Proficient with Power Point, Microsoft Word, Excel, Microsoft Front Page Editor
· Phi Zeta Honor Society for Outstanding Academic Performance University of Georgia
· Graduated Cum Laude ; Who’s Who in Colleges and Universities; Berry College
· Educational Testing Service Recognition of Excellence
· Phase I Training/ Faculty Development Institute (May 7 – 9, 2008)
· Phase II Training/ Faculty Development Institute (November 4 – 6, 2008)
· Introduction to Blackboard (June 18, 2008)
· Model Technology Classroom Certification/ Fort Valley State University (May 1999)
· LERN Certificate/ Designing Online Instruction (May 4 – 8, 2009)
· LERN Certificate/ Advanced Teaching Online Course (March 23-27, 2009)
· LERN Certificate/ Building Online Learning Communities (March 9 – 13, 2009)
· 2007 – current: Instructor of Biology, Southern Cresent Technical College (Formerly Flint River Technical College), Thomaston, GA
(Started Biology program at Flint River Technical College; ordered equipment and supplies, designed and helped to set up lab)
· January 2006-2007: Part time : Instructor of Biology, Flint River Technical College, Thomaston, GA
· January 2006-2007: Biology Teacher: Upson Lee High School; Thomaston, GA
· July 2005-December 2005: Biology Teacher: Talbot County Central High School; Talbotton, GA
· 2004 – 2006: Part Time Instructor of Biology, Columbus State University - Columbus, GA (Undergraduate as well as graduate level classes)
· 2003 – 2004: Banfield Corporation, Staff Veterinarian, Macon, GA
· 2002 - 2003: Taught High School Science, Calvary Christian School, Columbus, GA
· 2001 - 2003 Relief veterinarian in Macon and surrounding areas.
· 1998 - 2000: Assistant Professor of Veterinary Science, Fort Valley State University
· 1994 - 1997: Veterinary Associate, Hannah’s Mill Animal Hospital - Thomaston, GA
· 1991 - 1993: Instructor of Biology, Columbus State University - Columbus, Georgia.
· 1988 - 2007: Owner/Operator of Matthews Veterinary Services, Talbotton, GA. (Offering equine as well as pet services in Talbot and Marion Counties while working other jobs as well)
· 1985 - 1987: Owner/Operator of Friendly Care Animal Hospital in Thomaston, GA.
· 1983 - 1984: Relief Veterinarian in Macon and surrounding counties.
· 1976 – 1979: Rollins Beef Cattle Research Center; student worker, Berry College
· 1976-1979: Rome Symphony Orchestra; Rome, GA, Principal Oboist
American Veterinary Medical Association, member
Georgia Veterinary Medical Association, member
Service To Community
· Talbot County 4-H Club, Lectured on care of horses.
· Upson County Cattlemen’s Association, Lectured on beef cattle nutrition.
· Middle Georgia Folk and Blues Society; President
· Provided free musical entertainment for Talbot County Fall Festival, Marion County Rural America Festival, Upson Lee Chili Cookoff, Yatesville Chitlin Hoedown, Warm Springs Fall Festival, Pasaquan Art Festival, Flint River Campus activites, Thomaston Upson Arts Counsel Programs, and many more
· Matthews, C.M. 1998. Are there unnecessary liability risks when using unlicensed technicians? Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, Illinois. December 1, 1998, Volume 213, Number 11. pp 1154 – 1155.
· Susceptibility of Goat Kids to Infection with Gastrointestinal Parasites. D.A. Smith, T.H. Terrill, O.M. Samples, C.M. Matthews, B. Kouakou, and S. Gelaye, Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA Presented at ARD Meeting, Washington, D.C. 5-2000
· Biological Control of Gastrointestinal Nematodes in Goats Using Nematode-Trapping Fungi. 1T.H. Terrill, 1O.M. Samples, 2 M. Larsen, 3J.E. Miller, 1C.M. Matthews, and 1S. Gelaye, 1Fort Valley State University, 2The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark, and 3Louisiana State University. Presented at ARD Meeting, Washington, D.C. 5-2000
· Biological Control of Gastrointestinal Nematodes in Goats Using Nematode-Trapping Fungi. 1T.H. Terrill, 1O.M. Samples, 2M. Larsen, 3J.E. Miller, 1C.M. Matthews, and 1S. Gelaye, 1Fort Valley State University, 2The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark, and 3Louisiana State University. Presented at 45th Annual American Association of Veterinary Parasitology Salt Lake City, Utah, 7-2000
· Preliminary Investigation of Anthelmintic Efficacy Against Gastrointestinal Nematodes (GINs) of Goats and Susceptibility of Goat Kids to GIN Infection. A. Hollis, T.H. Terrill, O.M. Samples, C.M. Matthews, B. Kouakou, and S. Gelaye, Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA pp. 5 - 12th Biennial Research Symposium, ARD Meeting, Washington, D.C.
· Matthews, C.M. 2003. Road Hazards. The Trail Rider. Alexandria, Louisiana. July/August 2003. pp 14, 20.
· Matthews, C.M. 2005. A Whole Lot Of Bull. Veterinary Forum. Yardley, Pennsylvania. March 2005. pp 19-20.
· Matthews, C.M. 2005. Choosing Mr. Right. A Christian Perspective To Choosing A Husband. Series of Articles. The Tri-County Journal and Chattahoochee Chronicle. Buena Vista, Georgia.
C.M. 2006. Old Ruby. Veterinary Forum. Yardley,
Pennsylvania. July 2006. pp 18.
Matthews, C.M. Cow
Chases in High Places Veterinary Forum. November
2009. Volume 26. NO. 11.
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