The CVM celebrated the almost 450 DVM and BIMS graduates on May 9-10.
The CVM celebrated the almost 450 DVM and BIMS graduates on May 9-10.
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College Celebrates DVM, BIMS Classes of 2020
Almost 450 veterinary and biomedical sciences students walked across the stage to receive their hard-earned Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, bachelor's, and graduate degrees during the CVM's commencement ceremonies May 9-10. See more pictures from the DVM graduation below.
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Annual Picnic Treats CVM to Barbecue Lunch
The Dean's Office thanked CVM faculty, staff, and students for a year of hard work and dedication during the 18th annual CVM Picnic on May 18 in the VBEC Courtyard.
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BIMS Board Meets to Prepare For New Year
At its April 27 meeting, the BIMS Board selected committees on which to serve, established a new mission statement, and planned for the annual BIMS tailgate.
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International Trip Builds One Health Connections
During a recent trip across France and Germany, Gerald Parker worked to establish collaborative partnerships with the Institute of Merieux and the U.S. Military Veterinary Command.
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Committee Led by Rusyn Evaluates National Army Medical Study
Ivan Rusyn briefed the Department of Defense in April after reviewing an Army report on how the military approaches the medical cases of veterans exposed to chemical and biological test substances.
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Adams Presents at National Academy of Sciences Meeting
Garry Adams shared "A Perspective on Science Breakthroughs" during his discussion of global animal health research at the academy's 155th meeting in Washington, D.C.
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Lunch & Learn Training Showcases New Educational Tool
CVM faculty were introduced to StepStone, a CET-created eLearning authoring tool that allows users to build their own online modules, during two sessions.
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Hospital Receives Aquarium Donation
A new aquarium that sits in the lobby of the Small Animal Hospital has been donated to the CVM in memory of Stevenson Center namesake Madlin Stevenson.
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CE, TEVA Partner for Interactive, Online Course Offerings
The continuing education courses allow participants to earn credits through online case studies, with discussions included in TEVA's Remuda publication.
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VET Activities Reach Across South Texas
In May, the VET supported the Banfield Foundation's animal disaster preparedness campaign and wounded warriors, while also presenting at a state conference.
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Students Head 'West' for Externship, Annual Tour
Twelve CVM students are learning about rural practice and food animal medicine through the annual production tour and internship and research programs in West Texas.
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VIBS Student Earns Externship Award
With the award, Krisa Camargo will travel to Virginia to expand upon the work she's doing at Texas A&M to create a low-cost screening approach that can be used during public health emergencies.
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New Smallpox-Related Virus Found Lurking in Texas Rodents
Sarah Hamer discussed with Live Science her team's discovery of a poxvirus in pygmy mice that has never before been seen, adding that for now, there's no need for the public to worry.
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Texas A&M, Cornell Collaborate to Advance Education Research
The CET will create an online platform designed to aid in the development of a collection of educational resources on antimicrobial resistance.
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Lamb Honored with IABC Chair's Award During International Meeting
Because of her tireless work on behalf of the organization, Jennie Lamb received the 2018 IABC Chair's Awards on June 2 at the IABC World Conference.
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Endowment Honors Retired Professor
Former and current students have established the Jim Womack Endowed Fund in Animal Genomics, which will support graduate research within the CVM.
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PEER Shares STEM Enthusiasm with Six Area Schools
The CVM's PEER Fellows discussed becoming a veterinarian, infectious diseases, animal behavior, and more with students ranging from third to 12th grades.
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CVM Staff Recognition Awards
July 31, 2018

1VM Orientation
August 15-17, 2018
Graduate Student Orientation
August 20-23, 2018
CVM Tailgate
October 6, 2018
CVM Family Day
Oct. 6, 2018
Retired Faculty & Staff Lunch
October
24, 2018
Veterinary Job & Externship Fair
November 3, 2018
Feline Forum
July 28-29, 2018
Canine Conference
August 24-26, 2018
Emergency & Critical Care Conference
October 21-22, 2018
Internal Medicine - Thailand
October 29-November 2, 2018
Congratulations to Johnathon Dodd, a clinical professor in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, for his recognition as a transformational leader during the Texas A&M College of Education and Human Development's 2018 Dean's Roundtable.
In case you were wondering:
You may have noticed that the land at the corner of Raymond Stotzer Parkway and FM 2818 is being cleared. The CVM is carefully clearing that space for our beautiful horses to graze and to be cared for by our awesome team of veterinarians and veterinary students. The project's success will be obvious to the community by a beautifully designed entrance on the west side of the university that also serves as a safe and serviceable pasture for our horses.