The Sky’s The Limit

Jillian Villalva has always been fascinated with birds. “As a kid, my parents would lose me when we were walking places because I would see some bird and want to follow it to figure out what it was doing,” said the fourth-year veterinary student. Growing up in Portland, Oregon, the force that drew her to […]

Taking The Bull By The Horns

Unlike with many of his peers, veterinary medicine wasn’t Timothy Turner’s first career choice. “I wanted to be an astronaut first, but when I was 10, I was fishing with my grandpa, and we found a big piece of metal in Lake Nacogdoches,” he said. “We started asking around to find out what it could […]

DVM Class Of 2020 President Reflects On Leadership Role At CVM

Taylor Adams, the president of the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences’ (CVM) Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) Class of 2020, is interested in the behind-the-scenes work that leadership requires. Adams had a great impact within the CVM, where the Dallas native endeavored to include as many different students and backgrounds as […]

Class of 2020 Receives White Coats

The Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences’ (CVM) Class of 2020 officially marked their transition from classroom study to applying their knowledge through clinical work during the annual White Coat Ceremony on April 13. In the midst of family and friends, second-year veterinary students received their white veterinarian’s coat, a symbol of […]


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