The VMTH was named among the most advanced emergency facilities in the U.S.
The VMTH was named among the most advanced emergency facilities in the U.S.
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VMTH Receives Emergency, Critical Care Certification
The Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS) certification recognizes the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH) as one of the most advanced emergency and critical care facilities in the country.
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Chiu Receives $700,000 Grant Through Gulf Research Program
The funding will allow Weihsueh Chiu and his collaborators to explore new approaches and technologies to predict the toxicity of substances to which people may be exposed during an oil spill.
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Andersson Wins Uppsala's Most Prestigious Award
Leif Andersson was awarded The Björkén Prize during Uppsala University's Winter Conferment Ceremony on Jan. 26.
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Symposium Highlights, Awards CVM Student Research
The annual Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Research Symposium on Jan. 18 included 95 posters, presentations, and talks showcasing the array of work done in the CVM.
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CVM Welcomes Prospective DVMs During MMI Interviews
Prospective veterinary students from all over the country visited the CVM on Jan. 5-6 to interview for coveted spots in the Class of 2022.
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Registration Now Open for Second VIS
Texas A&M will celebrate, explore, and enhance the veterinary impact on the world during the Veterinary Innovation Summit (VIS) on April 6-8 in the VBEC.
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CVM Welcomes Aggie Alumna Nicola Ritter as New Director for CET 
Nicola Ritter assumed the role of Center for Educational Technologies (CET) director on Jan. 1, bringing a wealth of experience in teaching and educational publishing and technology scholarship. 
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Klemm Endowment Encourages Veterinary Research
William Klemm's love of research inspired him to create an endowment that now aids summer research opportunities for students.
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Heifer International Club Raises Over $14,000 During Annual Gala
The annual, 1920s-themed fundraiser included a silent auction, a plated dinner, a jazz performance, and a keynote talk by the president of the Heifer Foundation.
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CVM's Third Annual Symposium Showcases Teaching, Scholarship
More than 60 CVM professors shared their innovative classroom approaches and pedagogical research during the Jan. 4 event.
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Volunteers Needed for CVM Booth at Rodeo  
CVM faculty, staff, and students will hand out promotional material and answer questions about the college at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Feb. 27 through March 18.
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25th Annual CVM Open House
March 24, 2018
Eli's Fund Dog Walk
San Antonio, Texas
March 24, 2018

Veterinary Innovation Summit
Veterinary & Biomedical Education Complex (VBEC)
April 6–8, 2018

CVM Honors & Awards Ceremony
April 13, 2018
White Coat Ceremony
April 13, 2018

CVM Outstanding Alumni Dinner
April 27, 2018
DVM Commencement
May 9, 2018
CVM Picnic
May 18, 2018
National Veterinary Scholars Symposium
August 24, 2018
Anthrex Conference
April 7–8, 2018
Banfield Dentistry Wetlab
May 5, 2018

Food Animal Conference
June 8–9, 2018
Feline Forum
July 2018
Canine Conference
August 2018
Congratulations to Ann Kier, a senior professor in the CVM's Department of Veterinary Pathobiology (VTPB), for being honored with the Marquis Who's Who Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. The recognition is reserved for Marquis biographees who have achieved career longevity and demonstrated unwavering excellence in their chosen fields.