AU Student Named Winner of National AETA Scholarship

Auburn Veterinary Medicine student Hilary Seals, a member of the class of 2020, is one of 10 students nationwide who received a scholarship to attend the 2019 AETA-CETA/ACTE Joint Annual Convention in Colorado Springs, Colo.


To be eligible to receive the scholarship, applicants must be currently enrolled in an accredited university or program, be interested in pursuing a career in embryo transfer, and must be a current student member of the AETA.

 The purpose of the American (AETA) and Canadian (CETA/ACTE) Embryo Transfer Associations is to unite those organizations and individuals in the U.S. and Canada engaged in the embryo transfer industry into an affiliated federation operating under self-imposed standards of performance and conduct, to present a unified industry voice to promote the mutual interests and ideals of its members, to protect users of the embryo transfer industry to the extent technically and ethically possible, to educate the public about embryo transfer, and to encourage others to engage in the pursuit of this industry.