Dean’s Corner | May 2020
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.
CVM Study Reveals
Benefits of Coconut Oil
of Surgery at Home
Spring 2020 CVM Today Celebrates Dean Green,
Class of 2020
- 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
More Texas A&M Global One Health on COVID-19 In The Media