Each year, Vet Med students nominate honorees for the Auburn CVM Teaching Awards, to honor our talented faculty and their commitment to preparing our students to become leaders in the field of veterinary medicine. Auburn CVM faculty are critical to our students’ development and intellectual growth proven not only by the success of our alumni, but also in the words of their employers and clients. Congratulations to the 2020 Auburn CVM Teaching Award recipients Dr. Joe Rowe, Dr. Amelia White, Dr. Brandon Brunson and Dr. Lindsay Starkey. Thank you for your care and dedication to our students and the Auburn CVM mission.
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SAVMA Teacher of the Year Award presented to
Dr. Joe Rowe
Auburn’s Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association selects the recipient of the Teacher of the Year Award. This award recognizes an outstanding educator involved in the DVM curriculum.
Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching presented to
Dr. Amelia White
The Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching was first presented in 2000. This recipient is selected based on student nominations.
SGA Outstanding Teacher Award presented to
Dr. Brandon Brunson
Zoetis Distinguished Teacher Award presented to
Dr. Lindsay Starkey
The purpose of the Zoetis (formally Norden) Distinguished Teacher Award is to improve veterinary medical education by recognizing outstanding teachers who, through their ability, dedication, character and leadership, contribute significantly to the advancement of the profession. The Norden Distinguished Teacher Award was first presented in 1963 as a demonstration of Norden Laboratories’ commitment to recognizing excellence in veterinary education. After the reorganization of various companies, Zoetis continues to honor outstanding veterinary educators.