The student organization SCAVMA will is hosting “Tails and Trails” Aug. 22, a 5K race and 1-Mile fun run to raise money to help put an end to Alzheimer’s. Read more to learn about the race, and to register to run.
Kathleen Morriss, a fourth-year student veterinary medical student, recently received the 2015 Winner’s Circle Scholarship, a scholarship for veterinary students who demonstrate a commitment to equine medicine. The scholarship is co-sponsored by the American Association of Equine Practitioners’ Foundation, Platinum Performance and the Race for Education. The scholarship is open to students who are members […]
Three camp rotations at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine will give middle and high school students a chance to learn about the veterinary profession and experience a taste of college life. Read more to learn how Vet Camp is a great event for students to get exposed to veterinary medicine and learn skills that will help them care for their own pets.
College of Veterinary Medicine Biomedical Sciences doctoral student Brett Augsburger has been invited to attend a National Science Foundation workshop on aging, the only graduate student to be invited to this prestigious gathering.
Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine will award 113 professional DVM degrees during the college’s 108th commencement on Tuesday, May 5. The ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. in Auburn Arena. In addition, 12 Masters of Science in Biomedical Science (thesis and non-thesis) will be conferred and six candidates will be awarded the Doctor of […]
The College of Veterinary Medicine has added an elective clinical rotation through a new educational partnership with the Greater Birmingham Humane Society and Dr. Brandon Cash, owner of Alabama Shelter Veterinarians, P.C. Third-year veterinary students can choose to spend a two-week rotation providing medical services under the supervision of veterinarians and staff of the Alabama […]
Two College of Veterinary Medicine graduate students have been selected as Outstanding Master’s Students at Auburn University. Continue reading to learn about their achievement, and why what they do has made such an impact.
Veterinary students selected for prestigious summer research program.
The Class of 2015 at Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine recently began their preceptorship, an eight-week long period spent working under a veterinarian at a practice of their choosing. Read more to learn what a preceptorship entails and how it prepares students for the challenges they will meet as they graduate and receive their DVM.