Three CVM faculty have been named university-level AFS Award recipients.
Three CVM faculty have been named university-level AFS Award recipients.
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2018 University-Level Distinguished Acheivement recipeints from the CVM (Pine, Cohen, and Hardy)
Three CVM Professors Earn University-Level AFS Awards
Michelle Pine, Noah Cohen, and Joanne Hardy, were among the 24 faculty and staff members to be presented 2018 Distinguished Achievement Awards in teaching and graduate mentoring by Texas A&M and the Association of Former Students on April 27 in Rudder Theatre.
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Alumni Honored for Committment To Fields, Communities
The CVM recognized 2018 Outstanding Alumni Gary Adams, Claire Andreasen, Scott Echols, and Robert Stubbs, as well as Rising Star Mary Anne White, on April 27.
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Faculty, Staff Awarded During Annual Ceremony
The CVM recognized 59 students, faculty, and staff for excellence in research, teaching, and overall academics during the Honors & Awards Ceremony on April 13.
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Porter Publishes Research on Circadian Rhythm in Journal
A study led by Weston Porter has found that Period 2, a regulatory mechanism within each cell's peripheral clock, may have an impact on breast cancer.
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CVM Celebrates Opening of Wellness Room
Representatives from the TVMF and TVMA, as well as the CVM departments, staff, and students who contributed to the Wellness Room, were on hand for its official opening on April 13.
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Dean Green Represents CVM on AVMA, AAVMC Futures Commission
The Veterinary Futures Commission, which met for the first time in conjunction with the Veterinary Innovation Summit, will evaluate challenges and opportunities in the profession.
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VIS Explores Medical Innovations with Almost 600 Guests
During the one-of-a-kind event, on April 6-8, attendees heard talks on telemedicine, the human-animal bond, the next generation of graduates, and women in leadership positions, among others.
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Development Officer 'Supports Second Chances' Through Gifts
CVM director of development Linzy Woolf recently established planned gifts for the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital's Eli's Fund and the Stevenson Center.
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Spring 2018 CVM Today Highlights Partnerships
Read about the collaborations that have formed within the CVM and the partnerships among faculty and staff that work to make us better people and the world a better place.
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Three CVM Staff Earn President's Meritorious Service Awards
Vidal Villarreal, Misty Skaggs, and Steve Canon are among the 25 individual staff members from across Texas A&M to receive the recognition.
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Second-Year Students Receive White Coats
Members of the DVM Class of 2020 received their white veterinarian's coat, a symbol of reaching the halfway point of their educational careers, on April 13.
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Andersson Study Offers New Possibilities for Antiviral Development
A team led by Leif Andersson has discovered that the human gene ZC3H11A is critical for the replication of at least four medically important viruses.
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Broad Spectrum Wins TAMU ACE Award
The CVM's Broad Spectrum student organization was among the 18 recipients of the Texas A&M 2018 Accountability, Climate, and Equity (ACE) Awards, presented on April 11 in the Memorial Student Center.
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Gastel Named Special Liaison for University Libraries
As a "reverse liaison," Barbara Gastel will work with the Texas A&M library system to learn about issues in scholarly communication, help colleagues with these issues, and pursue strategies for change.
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Gordon Earns WAT
'MVP Nomination'

Sonya Gordon was one of four Walk Across Texas (WAT) participants showcased in the Brazos County WAT/Texas AgriLife Extension newletter for her role as captain of the CVM's Small Animal Dream Team. See page six for details.
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DVM Program Admissions Update

DVM Selections Committee members Karen Cornell, Glennon Mays, and Gwen Levine presented an overview of the college's admissions process on March 30.
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CVM Annual Report Offers Glimpse of 2017
Learn about the amazing research, teaching, learning, and overall excellence that has taken place in the CVM's comprehensive review of the last year.
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DVM Student Commencement
May 9, 2018
CVM Graduate & Undergraduate
Student
Commencement
May 10, 2018
CVM Picnic
May 18, 2018
1VM Orientation
August 15-17, 2018
Graduate Student Orientation
August 20-23, 2018
Veterinary Job & Externship Fair November 3, 2018
Food Animal Conference
June 8-9, 2018
Feline Forum
July 28-29, 2018
Canine Conference
August 24-26, 2018
Emergency & Critical Care Conference
October 21-22, 2017
Internal Medicine-Thailand
October 29
-November 2, 2018
Congratulations to third-year veterinary students Jillian Athey and Kameron Soules, the Texas A&M 2017-18 Auxiliary to the AVMA Legacy Endowed Scholarship award recipients, presented by the American Veterinary Medical Foundation.
Hats off to second-year veterinary students Karly Brightwell and Jenna Ward, who were selected to receive CVM and AVMA full scholarships to Purdue University's Diversity & Inclusion in Veterinary Medicine Online Student Certificate Program.
Congratulations to professor of animal genomics Leif Andersson, who recently earned his 400th publication and was elected as a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Hats off also goes to associate professor Donald Brightsmith, who was selected to represent Texas A&M as the global faculty advocate at Costa Rica's Soltis Center.
Congratulations to associate professor Brian Saunders on his selection as an American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) Founding Fellow in Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS).
Hats off to Barbara Gastel and Jennie Lamb who presented at the 2018 Southwest Chapter of the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) Conference, held at the CVM on April 28.
Finally, congratulations to Jörg Steiner, professor and Dr. Mark Morris Chair in Small Animal Gastroenterology & Nutrition, for winning the 2018 American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Career Achievement Award in Canine Research, which is one of three AVMA excellence awards offered each year. The prize recognizes substantial research contributions to the veterinary profession.
Job well done to all!