Cheryl Herman & Katrin Hinrichs have received University-Level AFS Awards.
Cheryl Herman & Katrin Hinrichs have received University-Level AFS Awards.
CVM Professors Win University-Level AFS Awards
Cheryl Herman and Katrin Hinrichs were presented with Distinguished Achievement Awards from the Texas A&M Association of Former Students for teaching and research on April 29 in Rudder Theater.
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Six Alumni Honored for Dedication to Profession, Communities
The 2019 Outstanding Alumni recipients included Drs. Anmarie Macfarland, Sydney Moise, Phillip Sponenberg, Nicole Stoneburg, Peggy Tinkey, and Rising Star Award Winner Cassandra Tansey.
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Faculty, Students Recognized At Annual Awards Ceremony
The CVM recognized 63 faculty and students for their teaching, research, and academic excellence during the Honors & Awards Ceremony on April 5.
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Dindot Receives 2019 Innovation Award
Scott Dindot was one of three faculty members to be recognized with the award, presented to researchers whose work exemplifies the spirit of innovation within the university system.
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CVM Explores Innovation During Third VIS
The CVM welcomed more than 450 Veterinary Innovation Summit participants on April 5-7 to celebrate the profession as it works to solve some of the greatest challenges veterinarians are currently facing.
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College Celebrates Staff During Annual Appreciation Week
CVM staff members were recognized with daily events and prizes during the 2019 Staff Appreciation Week, April 22-26.
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CVM Welcomes Food Animal Veterinarian
Dusty Nagy has joined the CVM's VLCS Department as a clinical associate professor in food animal medicine and surgery, bringing experience with cattle, small ruminants, and camelids.
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Ambassadors Teach Veterinary Skills To Local 4-H Students
Rebecca Gooder and Cortney Pease, both third-year veterinary students, gave a lesson on proper bandaging and wound care to a group from the Brazos County 4-H Veterinary Science program.
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2VMs Talk Snake Season on KBTX
The CVM's Rachel Ellerd and Helen Griffin sat down with Kathleen Witte to discuss how Brazos Valley residents can identify and protect themselves from snakes.
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CVM Team Continues Project Securing Health Of DHS Working Dogs
Sarah Hamer and her team of researchers have received Department of Homeland Security funding to support the third phase of their Chagas disease study along the U.S.-Mexico border.
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Veterinary Students Earn White Coats
Members of the DVM Class of 2021 received their white veterinarian's coat, a symbol of reaching the halfway point of their educational careers, on April 5. To see pictures from the event, click below.
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VMTH Earns Gold-Level Cat Friendly Designation
Hospital faculty and staff have worked over the past five years to achieve the designation by creating separate waiting and ward areas for cats, as well as cat housing, all of which reduces feline stress.
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College Hour Focuses on SAH Clinical Trials
Jonathan Levine discussed the CVM's companion animal clinical trials, including the Dog Aging Project, which are leading to new discoveries to benefit the future of medicine.
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CVM Welcomes Class of 1957 for Reunion
The CVM was excited to welcome the Class of 1957 on April 16 for a "mini-reunion" led by Dr. John Cozad, during which the alumni toured the Veterinary & Biomedical Educational Complex for the first time, had lunch with CVM staff, and visited Kyle Field and main campus.
BIMS Student Named 2019-20 MSC President
Oriana Koot, a sophomore biomedical sciences and psychology major, plans to unite the 19 Memorial Student Center committees during her time as president.
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PEER Interviews BIMS Students to Promote STEM Education
In a series of videos published on the PEER YouTube channel, 10 biomedical sciences students share what inspired them to major in BIMS, how their experiences have been in the program, and what lies ahead in their futures.
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CET to Explore StepStone Functionality at Lunch Workshop
The Center for Educational Technologies will offer workshops highlighting the use of StepStone at two May Lunch & Learn sessions.
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CVM Picnic
May 17, 2019
CVM Dog Bowl Tailgate
October 26, 2019
AVMA Alumni Reception
August 2, 2019
Food Animal Conference
May 31–June 1, 2019
AAEP 360
July 11–13, 2019

Feline Forum
July 27–28, 2019
Nuclear Medicine Short Course
August 9–11, 2019
Canine Conference
August 23–24, 2019
Internal Medicine—Thailand
October 7–11, 2019
Emergency & Critical
Care Conference

October 19–20, 2019
Congratulations to all of the members of the DVM Class of 2019 for completing their degrees and graduating on May 8! We look forward to following your journeys as veterinarians!
Congratulations to the 320 BIMS and USVM undergraduates and graduate students who graduated on May 9!
Hats off and thank you to veterinary student Chelsea Burleson for her two years of hard work as the lead CVM Ambassador! Burleson served as an ambassador for four years and is now leaving the group as she moves into her fourth-year clinical rotations.
Congratulations to 2VM Kate Kimble who will be stepping in for Burleson as the new lead CVM Ambassador!
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