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Dean Eleanor Green's College Hour updated the CVM community on Sept. 28.
Dean Eleanor Green's College Hour updated the CVM community on Sept. 28.
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Dean Outlines CVM Accomplishments During College Hour
Dean Eleanor Green highlighted key partnerships, faculty and clinician successes, and what's ahead for the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM) during her Sept. 28 College Hour presentation.
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Newell-Fugate Selected as Montague-Center Scholar for CVM
As a Montague-CTE Scholar, Newell-Fugate will create video tutorials for her Physiology II class, develop round-table discussions of cases, and design and implement hands-on lab activities.
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PEER Program Receives $1.26 Million to Support Rural STEM Education
The five-year Science Education Partnership Award grant will fund the development of a student-centric app, PEER website revisions, and teacher trainings.
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VMTH Case Captures Hearts Around World
Gus, a badly abused stray dog brought to the Small Animal Hospital for treatment, has made headlines around the world. Read one of those stories below.
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Barnes Joins Small Animal Orthopedics
After traveling the country for school and work, Kate Barnes has landed at Texas A&M as a clinical assistant professor in the Small Animal Hospital's Orthopedics Service.
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Five Texas A&M Students Spend Summer with CVM's VEA
McCalley Cunningham, Elizabeth Crowling, Brianna Boyle, Thomas Peltier, and Stephanie Young were challenged with a summer of entrepreneurship and innovation.
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Taiwanese Delegation Visits CVM to Discuss Collaboration
Administrators from National Chung Hsing University toured the CVM and discussed opportunities for faculty exchanges and other areas for collaboration.
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Elizabeth Lake Shares Internship Experience in Dairy Industry
The third-year veterinary student is interested in exploring career opportunities in progressive dairy medicine following her summer with the Food Animal & Rural Practice Summer Internship Program.
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PEER Webcasts Provide STEM Enrichment in U.S., Abroad
The PEER program has kicked off its fall webcast series featuring professors, scientists, veterinary students, technicians and clinicians who film presentations for KAMU.
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Heaps Earns $2 Million NIH Grant to Study Exercise Effects
Cristine Heaps will study the effects of exercise on coronary artery disease to determine how training improves blood flow to the muscle of the heart, which aids in getting blood to tissues within the body.
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Article Outlines Cohen's Role in Finding Vaccine Against Foal Pneumonia
After decades of research, Noah Cohen and his team have created the first effective vaccine to prevent the most common form of foal pneumonia.
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BIMS Alumni, Friends Gather for Tailgate Party
Stormy weather didn't dampen the spirits of the Aggie football fans who gathered for the Biomedical Sciences Tailgate, sponsored by Vanguard Veterinary Associates.
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CVM Welcomes First Full-Time Telehealth Veterinarian in Academia
Lori Teller has brought with her experience and expertise in formulating telemedicine policy to the Small Animal Hospital.
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Cohen Presentation Earns Top Prize at International Symposium
Noah Cohen was recognized with a $10,000 check for the "Best Platform Presentation" at the inaugural Calgary International Equine Symposium on Sept. 7.
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Young CVM Visitor Gets Surprise During Tour
The CVM was excited to welcome Julianne Youngblood, the great niece of Distinguished Alumnus Charles Graham '53, to the college on Sept. 26 during a visit with her high school. Youngblood was presented a bag of college-themed goodies before her tour of the VBEC and teaching hospitals.
Brooke Kehlenbrink Discusses Experiences in Rural Communities
During her summer internship, Kehlenbrink spent the summer developing her technical and surgical skills and learning about regulartory medicine in rural settings.
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PEER Welcomes 70 Cub Scout Families for Pets, Vets Day
The Sept. 15 event introduced area cub scout troop members to the many roles veterinarians play, pet safety and health, and animal anatomy.
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Retired Faculty & Staff Luncheon
October 24, 2018

Veterinary Job & Externship Fair
November 3, 2018
American Association of Equine Practitioners Alumni Reception
San Francisco, California
December 3, 2018

Veterinary Innovation Summit
April 5–7, 2019
Equine Gut Health Conference
October 13–14, 2018
Internal Medicine—Thailand
October 29–November 2, 2018
Congratulations to professor of large animal internal medicine Noah Cohen, who was elected to chair the CVM Promotion & Tenure Committee!
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.