A $243,000 grant from the USDA will support seven programs in West Texas.
A $243,000 grant from the USDA will support seven programs in West Texas.


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Texas A&M Granted Funding for 'Revitalization' Program
West Texas A&M University and the Texas A&M Veterinary Education, Research & Outreach Center received a four-year, $243,000 grant from the USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture that will be used to support the development and initiation of seven veterinary-centered programs.
CVM Welcomes DVM Class of 2022
During their three-day orientation, incoming veterinary students met their peers, the faculty, and administrators, while also learning about the college and its facilities.
Aggies Bid Farewell to Reveille VIII During Ceremony on Aug. 30
The Aggie community paid tribute to Miss Rev, the former "First Lady of Aggieland" through shared stories about her time as mascot, what she represented for Texas A&M and her life in retirement.
Orthopedics Service Expands Offerings
Recent updates have allowed the Orthopedics Service in the Small Animal Hospital to serve more clients, enhance services, and continue advancing the field.
Girl Scouts Have 'Sweet' Visit With VET
Girl Scout Troop 154001 delivered 13.5 cases of cookies to the Veterinary Emergency Team as a thank you for their efforts during Hurricane Harvey, which affected their home area.
BIMS Sophomore to Tame Mustang for Competition, Adoption
Read The Eagle's coverage of Claire Walsh's preparation for the Extreme Mustang Makeover competition, for which she has 100 days to train a wild mustang.
Kristen White Shares Experiences from Swine Industry Internship
As part of the "In Their Own Words" series, second-year veterinary student Kristen White discusses her summer in North Carolina learning about the medical and production sides of the swine industry.
CVM Graduate Students Receive White Coats
Thirty-nine students participated in the traditional oath ceremony on Aug. 23, reaffirming their commitment to their work and the highest professional standards.
CVM-Hosted Scholars Symposium Breaks Attendance Records
More than 500 veterinary students from around the world shared their research, learned from renowned experts, and networked during the National Veterinary Scholars Symposium, Aug. 2-4.
One Health Article Makes Headlines Around Globe
"Three Reasons the U.S. is not Ready for the Next Pandemic," co-authored by CVM associate dean Gerald Parker has received a lot of media attention. Read it below.
Pence Family Gift Supports CVM Initiatives
Through a unique planned gift, Kay and Charlie Pence '51 will establish a scholarship endowment for veterinary students and will bolster the CVM's Courtney Cares and Eli's Fund programs.
CVM Introduces Youth to Animal Health Care at Beef Cattle Short Course
Leslie Easterwood, Allen Roussel, and CVM students taught 4-H students about equine health during the 64th Beef Cattle Short Course, hosted by Texas A&M in August.
Kate Jimerson Talks About Panhandle Internship Experience
Second-year veterinary student Kate Jimerson spent the summer working with Dr. Joe Hillhouse for the CVM's Food Animal and Rural Practice Summer Internship Program.
CVM Tailgate
October 6, 2018
CVM Family Day
October 6, 2018
Retired Faculty & Staff Luncheon
October 24, 2018

Veterinary Job & Externship Fair
November 3, 2018
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Equine Gut Health Conference
October 13-14, 2018
Internal Medicine--Thailand
October 29-November 2, 2018
Small Animal Abdominal
Ultrasound Conference

December 8-9, 2018
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Congratulations to VMTH veterinary radiology technician Hollye Callis, whose work with the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) has led to the creation of a Veterinary Technician Specialist—Diagnostic Imaging specialty certification. Callis also will be one of the nine inaugural members of the group. Well done!
Hats off to the 19 biomedical sciences students serving in the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets who earned gold and silver stars for their academic achievements! Read more about the recipients and the recognition here.
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Making a difference—that's what leaders do. For more than 100 years, the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM) has been training medical leaders who make a difference in their profession, their communities, and with those they serve.
The CVM will recognize and honor graduates from the DVM professional program and BIMS program who have made significant contributions to society through veterinary medicine or biomedical sciences. The Outstanding Alumni and Rising Star Awards are presented annually in recognition of graduates who have reached levels of success in their professional careers that bring credit to both the individual and the college
Nominations are now open for the 2019 Outstanding Alumni and Rising Star Awards and will be accepted through Nov. 30. Click here to learn more about the awards or to submit a nomination.