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IMPACT ONAnimals

Teaming Up for Texas

In one of the state’s longest-running interagency agreements, fourth-year veterinary students provide care to animals raised in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice's (TDJC) prison units and, in turn, get hands-on experience in herd health management and population medicine.

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IMPACT ONHumans

Texas-Sized Livestock Program Taking Shape

"The Veterinary Education, Research and Outreach (VERO) facility will be the most cost-effective and innovative game-changer in support of rural veterinary medicine in the Texas Panhandle,” said Dr. Eleanor M. Green, the Carl B. King Dean of Veterinary Medicine at the Texas A&M University.

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IMPACT ON THEEnvironment

A World of Opportunities

Professors who teach abroad in the plethora of biomedical sciences (BIMS) classes held in foreign countries agree that students bring into focus the concept of Global One Health—through experiences and education in human, animal and environmental health.

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