Texas A&M's regents are planning a new veterinary building in West Texas.
Texas A&M's regents are planning a new veterinary building in West Texas.


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Dean Green
New Veterinary Building Planned for West Texas A&M
The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents have announced plans for a $22.8 million building for veterinary education, research, and workforce opportunities in the Panhandle as part of almost $90 million in new commitments to the state agriculture industry on the West Texas A&M University campus.
CVM Faculty Earn T3 Grants For Research
Seventeen projects have received funding through the Triads for Transformation initiative, earning $30,000 to help tranform their ideas from vision to proof of concept.
A&M Equine Expert Elected Quarter Horse Association President
After five decades of service, Jim Heird has become the first academic to be named president of the American Quarter Horse Association.
Inaugural Eli's Fund Walk Raises Money For Hospital Charity
More than $80,000 was collected for Eli's Fund, which helps offset medical costs for the animals of military personnel, through registration and auctions during the March 24 event in San Antonio.
Professor Consults on Probiotic to Manage Dogs' GI Tract
Jan Suchodolski conducted two clinical trials on the human probiotic Visbiome, which was found to be effective for use for several canine gastrointestinal disorders.
Blackstone Launchpad Moves into CVM
CVM students, faculty, and staff who have a business idea or are interested in entrepreneurship can visit the Blackstone Launchpad from noon to 2 p.m.
Thanks and Gig 'Em, TVMA Members!
The CVM appreciates the support of the 49 TVMA members who helped with the Class of 2022 MMIs.
Families Welcomed to CVM For Open House
Thousands of visitors of all ages became veterinarians for a day through hands-on activities and by learning about the DVM program at the March 24 CVM Open House.
Thirteen CVM Students Receive Zoetis Awards
The 2018 Zoetis Veterinary Student Scholarship recognizes second-and third-year students for academic excellence, leadership, and career interest with a $2,000 scholarship.
Student Groups Come Together To Bring 'Culture' To CVM
During the second International Cultural Fest on March 27, CVM student groups shared elements of food and dance that highlight the diversity of the college and university population.
Adams Shows Off Office for Brazos 360 Magazine
Writer Rob Clark visited with veterinary pathobiology professor Garry Adams, exploring some of the items Adams has accrued over 50 years for the magazine's "What's in Your Office?" series.
Students Discuss Open House on KBTX
Courtney Burris visited the CVM on March 20 to give the Brazos Valley a glimpse into the many hands-on activities and to share other important Open House information.
Veterinary Innovation Summit Begins Friday
Texas A&M will celebrate, explore, and enhance the veterinary impact on the world during the second annual Veterinary Innovation Summit (VIS), on April 6-8 in the VBEC.
Veterinary Innovation Summit
Veterinary & Biomedical Education Complex (VBEC)
April 6-8, 2018
CVM Honors & Awards Ceremony
April 13, 2018
VBEC Wellness Room
Grand Opening

April 13, 2018
CVM White Coat Ceremony
April 13, 2018

CVM Outstanding Alumni Dinner
April 27, 2018
DVM Commencement
May 9, 2018
CVM Commencement
May 10, 2018
CVM Picnic
May 18, 2018

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Anthrex Conference
April 7-8, 2018
Banfield Dentistry Wetlab
May 5, 2018
Food Animal Conference
June 8-9, 2018
Feline Forum
28-29, 2018
Canine Conference
24-26, 2018
Emergency and Critical Care Conference
October 20-
21, 2018
Internal Medicine--Thailand
October 29-November 2, 2018
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Congratulations to Justin Casares, Cade Luckett, and Lauren Thompson, who were recently among the 18 second- and third-year veterinary students from across the country to be honored with a American Association of Bovine Practitioners Bovine Veterinary Student Recognition Award and a $5,000 scholarship, sponsored by Merck Animal Health.

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