CVM Celebrates 100th Class Of Aggie Veterinarians
The Veterinary Class of 2020 graduated via a virtual ceremony on May 6, which was
live-streamed to Facebook for family and friends to join in the celebration.
Click the button below to visit the DVM Class of 2020 webpage, which features
profiles of each student, a link to watch the full ceremony, and more.
Texas A&M CVM’s 2+2 Veterinary
Program Receives AVMA Approval
With approval from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
Council on Education, the CVM has permission to implement the 2+2 program
through its Veterinary Education, Research & Outreach (VERO)
program on West Texas A&M University’s campus.
Texas A&M VET Treats
Nearly 90 Animals in Polk County
Seventeen members of the Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team (VET)
deployed to Polk County for four days to treat animals
and serve citizens affected by the April 23 tornado.
- Texas A&M VET Prepares Veterinary Students For Entering Jobs In Midst Of Pandemic
- Online Clinical Rotations Let CVM Veterinary Students Complete Education Despite Pandemic
- Texas A&M CVM Pioneers Use Of Telemedicine To Prioritize Safety, First-Rate Care
- Texas A&M, NC State Researchers Develop Online Tool For COVID-19 Risk Assessment
- Dog Aging Project Veterinarians Answer Questions On Reddit
- Parker To Speak At New York Academy Of Sciences Conference
- CVM Graduate Students Present Research Virtually In Annual Society Of Toxicology Meeting
- CVM Researcher Fights Antibiotic Resistance, Improves Foal Health
- CVM Faculty Members to Promote Canine Health With New Research Grants
- VMTH Offers Little ‘Birdie’ Second Chance At A New Life
- VMTH Veterinary Technician Receives State-Wide Award From TVMA
- CVM Toxicology Alumna Selected For AFS Distinguished Graduate Student Award
- ‘Set’ For Success: From Volleyball to Veterinary School
In The News
- Produce Marketing Association: Interview With The Experts, Dr. Martial Ndeffo
- The Eagle: Texas A&M Veterinary School Keeps Running, Treating Animals
- KVUE ABC Austin: Can You Give Your Pet COVID-19?
- Bronxnet: Can Animals Contract And Spread COVID-19?
- New Haven Register: Your Pet Most Likely Won’t Get Sick From Coronavirus, But Can Be A Carrier
- Houston Chronicle: We Should Expect A ‘Dangerous New Spike’ In Coronavirus Cases