International Visitors

CVM Hosts Chinese Delegation for Talks on Collaboration

Group photo of delegation from Henan Agricultural University and CVM faculty
Henan Agricultural University Delegation with TAMU CVM Dean and Faculty

The Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences’ (CVM) International Program hosted four faculty members from Henan Agricultural University, Zhengzhou, China, on January 28, 2019, who are exploring the development of new collaborations with Texas A&M.

CVM faculty and staff directed the delegation on a tour of the Veterinary Medical Research Building and Large Animal Hospital, followed by lunch with faculty from the CVM, as well as from the Texas A&M Colleges of Architecture and Agriculture & Life Sciences.

Attending from Henan Agricultural University were Tongbao Lin, dean and professor in the College of Agronomy; Ke Tu, director and professor in the Office of International Relations; Guohang Tian, professor in the College of Forestry; and Zhaorui Zhang, director of the Human Resources Department.

Pictured left to right: Guan Zhu, VTPB Professor, CVM; Gerald Parker, Associate Dean of Global One Health, CVM; Tongbao Lin, Dean and Professor, HAU; Eleanor Green, Dean, CVM; Ke Tu, Director and Professor, HAU Office of International Relations; Guohang Tian, Professor, HAU; Zhaorui Zhang, Director, HAU Human Resources Department; Linda Logan, Director of International Programs, CVM

This post was originally featured as a CVM press release linked here.


UNAM Dean of Veterinary Medicine visits CVM

Group photo in front of the College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Suárez Güemes, Dean Green and CVM Faculty

Dr. Francisco Suárez Güemes, Dean of Veterinary Medicine at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, toured the College of Veterinary Medicine and Equine Complex, met with CVM faculty and gave a talk on UNAM’s College of Veterinary Medicine in October 2018.

Pictured left to right: Dr. Robert Burghardt, Dr. Linda Logan, Dr. Kenita Rogers, Dean Eleanor Green, Dr. Francisco Suárez Güemes, Dr. Karen Cornell, Dr. Garry Adams, Dr. Gerald Parker

 

 

 


Delegation from Taiwanese University Visits CVM

Group photo of NCHU delegation and CVM faculty in front of College of Veterinary Medicine
Delegation from National Chung Hsing University with CVM Faculty

A delegation from National Chung Hsing University (NCHU) in Taiwan visited Texas A&M University September 17-18, 2018 to talk with administrators and learn more about the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM), Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and College of Engineering.

Led by NCHU vice president Dr. Chang-Hsien Yang, the group discussed further scholarly collaborations in veterinary education and research between NCHU and TAMU. They also met with all of the CVM’s department heads to exchange ideas on potential collaborations, and were led by Drs. Joerg Steiner and Clay Ashley in tours of the CVM’s Small and Large Animal Hospitals.

NCHU attendees included Drs. Chi-Chung Chou, dean of Research & Development and former dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine; Fuh-Jyh Jan, dean of the College of Agriculture & Natural Resources; Gou-Jen Wang, dean of the College of Engineering; and Chen-Fa Wu, chairperson of the College of Agriculture & Natural Resources’ Department of Horticulture.

At the CVM, the delegation was hosted by executive associate dean Kenita Rogers, director of international programs Linda Logan, director of Veterinary Medical Park Clay Ashley, and Small Animal Clinical Sciences (VSCS) associate professor Jan Suchodoiski.

Situated in central Taiwan, NCHU is the second largest public university in the state. With 100 years of history, it carries a great international reputation in agriculture and veterinary medicine.

The NCHU CVM invited three Texas A&M CVM faculty members to be visiting professors for short-term teaching to their veterinary students and continuing education for the local veterinarians.

Drs. Christine Budke and James Cai, from the CVM’s Department of Veterinary Integrative Biosciences (VIBS), and Jill Heatley, from the VSCS department, will be the first three visiting professors to NCHU next year; they also met with NCHU delegates.

Chou has known Dr. Eleanor Green, the Carl B. King Dean of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M, since he was pursuing his doctorate in Florida in the 1990s; this is his third trip visiting the Texas A&M CVM.

“As we further develop our international programs, Dr. Chou warmly expressed his willingness to assist and bridge our college to other veterinary colleges in southeast Asia,” Logan said.

Those interested in learning more about visiting professor opportunities at NCHU should contact Dr. Gladys Ko at gko@cvm.tamu.edu.

Pictured left to right: Dr. Chen-Fa Wu, Professor and Chair, Department of Horticulture, NCHU; Dr. Gladys Ko, Associate Professor, CVM Veterinary Integrative Biosciences; Dr. Linda Logan, CVM Director of International Programs; Dr. Clay Ashley, Director of Veterinary Medical Park, CVM; Dr. Kenita Rogers, Executive Associate Dean, CVM; Dr. Chang-Hsien Yang, Vice President, NCHU; Dr. Chi-Chung (Joe) Chou, Dean of Research and Development, NCHU; Dr. Fuh-Jyh Jan, Dean, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, NCHU; Dr. Gou-Jen Wang, Dean, College of Engineering, NCHU; Dr. Jan Suchodolski, Associate Professor, Small Animal Clinical Sciences, CVM

This post was originally featured as a CVM press release linked here.