Making the world safe and secure from emerging infectious and neglected tropical diseases by applying One Health – the synergy of animal, human, and environmental sciences – to global health and security.
The administration of the CVM is working diligently to enhance the learning environment for current and prospective students through initiatives designed to increase the diversity of faculty, staff, and students. These initiatives and programs have been integrated with the overall diversity efforts of the university and have placed the CVM in a leadership role in this area.
The mission of the International Programs Initiative is to encourage CVM faculty and students to look beyond our borders and to be problem solvers on an international scale through education and research in the “One-Health” arena encompassing human and animal health.
The purpose of the Equine Initiative at Texas A&M is to collaboratively utilize expertise to build an equine program that will graduate the industry’s future leaders and generate research and veterinary medical care that will improve the industry and the care and welfare of the horse. Texas A&M will build complete and modern facilities, from which to teach, train students and conduct research. Further, Texas A&M will be connected to the entire industry through extensive outreach activities.