Nine Texas A&M students took part in the 2017 Food Animal Production Tour.
Nine Texas A&M students took part in the 2017 Food Animal Production Tour.
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Food Animal Production Tour Gives Students Insight into Field
Nine Texas A&M students participated in this year's six-day tour of Panhandle-based feedlots, dairies, swine operations, and rural private practices as part of the activity, designed to aquaint students with opportunities for future externships and elective courses, while improving their ability to work within food supply veterinary medicine.
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Andersson Elected to American Philosophical Society
Leif Andersson will join the organization's 5,000-plus membership as one of a cohort of 32 inducted in a November ceremony.
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PEER Programs Work to Spark STEM Interest in Area Students
PEER Fellows highlighted the multi-faceted career path options for veterinarians and the anatomy of livestock and birds in presentations for Bryan Collegiate High School and the Girl Scouts.
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Eades Joins Large Animal Hospital
Dr. Susan Eades has brought with her a passion for medicine, horses, and research, as well as more than three decades of experience in higher ed veterinary medicine.
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CVM Finalizes Four DVM Agreements with TAMU System Partners
Agreements signed with West Texas A&M, A&M-Kingsville, Prairie View A&M, and Tarleton aim to increase mentoring relationships and diversity within the DVM program.
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Bioethics Workshop Engages 20 Institutions from U.S., Canada
Tammi Krececk and Angela Arenas explored issues associated with contemporary animal production during the USDA's Agricultural Animal Bioethics Workshop.
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Ramadoss Selected as Teaching Excellence Scholar
The Montague-Center for Teaching Excellence Scholar award is presented annually to one tenure- track professor from each of Texas A&M's colleges.
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National One Health Organization Features Work of CVM Professor
An article on the news page of the national One Health Initiative website highlighted the work of Rosina (Tammi) Krecek in advancing One Health initiatives at Texas A&M and around the world.
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CVM Welcomes New Development Officers
Monika Blackwell and Linzy Woolf have joined the CVM as assistant director for development & client relations and director for development, respectively.
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Crouch, Welsh Accept BIMS, VIBS Leadership Positions
Elizabeth Crouch and Jane Welsh have been promoted to fill positions vacated by Evelyn Tiffany-Castiglioni, who joined the Texas A&M Provost's Office in March.
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4-H Camp Teaches Clinical Skills Through Hands-On Activities
CVM experts helped youth from across Texas build upon the skills and knowledge they need to master the veterinary science certification program during a recent camp.
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AVMA Alumni Reception
The Tin Roof, Indianapolis, Indiana

July 21, 2017
Staff Awards Ceremony
August 15, 2017

CVM Tailgate
October 28, 2017
Halloween Meet-N-Treat
October 31, 2017
Retired Faculty & Staff Brunch
November 1, 2017
Staff Potluck Lunch
December 5, 2017
CVM Holiday Celebration
December 12, 2017

Feline Forum
July 14-15, 2017
Canine Conference
August 25-27, 2017
Congratulations to Jennie L. Lamb, a graphic designer in CVM Communications, who attended the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) World Conference in Washington, D.C., June 10-14. She was a member of the world conference program advisory committee and chaired the credentials committee at the international annual general meeting. In addition to serving as president of the Brazos Valley IABC chapter, Lamb is the 2017-18 awards director for IABC's Southern Region and is beginning a two-year term as a member of IABC's international ethics committee.
The CVM is pleased to announce the call for nominations for 2018 Outstanding Alumni & Rising Star awards. These awards recognize alumni for outstanding contributions as Doctors of Veterinary Medicine, as well as professionals from the biomedical sciences program, who have reached a level of success in their professional careers that brings credit to both the individual and the CVM. The Rising Star Award recognizes younger alumni who have made significant contributions to the profession earlier in their careers.

A complete nomination packet will include the nomination form, the nominee's Curriculum Vitae, a brief citation describing the nominee's accomplishments as they relate to the chosen profession and at least two letters of support. To download a nomination packet, go to http://vetmed.tamu.edu/alumni
/awards
or call 979-845-9043.
The deadline for submission is December 22, 2017.