Dwight Wolfe Recognized as Influential Farm Animal Veterinarian

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Dr. Dwight Wolfe, a professor at Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, has been recognized by a veterinary website as one of 20 influential farm animal veterinary professors nationally. Vet Tech Colleges (www.vettechcolleges.com) developed the list, which includes faculty in farm animal science and veterinary medicine from 14 different universities across the U.S. They were […]

‘Football, Fans and Feathers’ Raptor Show Expands to Fridays before Football Games

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One of Auburn University’s most popular fall programs is expanding to offer fans more opportunities to see a raptor show and flight demonstration — the Southeastern Raptor Center’s Football, Fans and Feathers will hold its educational program to Fridays before home and away football games. Shows this year including when the Auburn Tigers play away […]

AURIC to Hold First Cancer Symposium Meeting Aug. 28-29 at Grand National

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The Auburn University Research Initiative in Cancer (AURIC) will hold its first Cancer Symposium Aug. 28 and 29 to bring together Auburn University researchers and others who focus on cancer research to enhance awareness about scientific developments and projects. The two-day conference, at the Marriot Hotel and Conference Center at Grand National in Opelika, will […]

VAPOR WAKE® Technology Granted Patent

AUBURN, ALABAMA - JULY 7, 2015.  Bart Rogers, a canine instructor with Canine Performance Sciences Program at Auburn University, works with Notty, a ten month old Lab/Wire Hair Pointer mix, searching for target material hidden among vehicles as part of the final assessment of Notty’s potential as a working detector dog.
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The VAPOR WAKE®  detector dog technology created by researchers and canine training experts at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine has received a U.S. patent.  VAPOR WAKE® is a scientifically-based method for selecting, training, and employing dogs for the detection of hand-carried and body-worn hazardous materials such as person-borne improvised explosive devices. “VAPOR WAKE® […]

Young Bald Eagle to be Released Aug. 15 in Tift County, Ga.

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The Southeastern Raptor Center, in conjunction with Georgia Wildlife Rescue Association, will release a juvenile bald eagle Saturday, Aug.15, in Tift County, Georgia. The release will take place at 2 p.m. EST at Paradise Public Fishing Area, 536 Paradise Dr. in Enigma, Ga. The bald eagle, believed to be two-to-three years old, was brought to the […]

Descendant of College’s First Dean Graduates

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To hear Cary Clark talk about becoming a veterinarian, you would get the impression that it was the most natural thing in the world. Many people love animals and want to care for them, but when your great great-grandfather was the first dean of the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, it becomes a family […]

Class of 2019 Begins 123rd year of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn

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The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2019 joined fellow veterinary students with the start of fall classes on Monday, Aug. 10, one week ahead of students on Auburn’s main campus. The 120-member first-year class is majority women, which is the national trend in veterinary medicine, and includes 91 women, and 29 men. […]

Employees Recognized during 7th Annual Staff Awards Ceremony

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College of Veterinary Medicine staff and administrative employees were recently recognized for their dedicated work and support of the college. Dean Calvin Johnson thanked employees for pursing excellence and noted that “employees set the culture and tone of the team.” He recognized all CVM employees who play a vital role in the strategic plan of […]

Merial Summer Scholars Present Research Projects

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The Merial Summer Scholars program introduces students to hypothesis-driven research, guided by a faculty member at the College of Veterinary Medicine. The 17 scholars recently presented their research findings to their peers and mentors, and seven went on to present at the National Symposium.

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