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Dr. Paula Cray is the new director of the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine's Global Health Program.

Jun 29, 2023

Cray Takes Reins of NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s Global Health Program

Dr. Paula Cray is the new director of the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s Global Health Program, whose mission is to examine global issues and advance knowledge in ways that improve human health, animal health and the environment. 

Haley Johnson says, "I would recommend to anyone thinking about going to a new city for a summer experience that they should definitely take the opportunity to see a new place. ... Make sure you get out and live life!"

Jun 14, 2023

From Johns Hopkins, Haley Johnson Reports on Alzheimer’s Research

Students at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine have access to all kinds of internships, externships and research experiences during their four years of school. This summer, several students will be sharing some of what they're doing and learning in real time. 

Dr. Mike Nolan shares some of his radiation oncology knowledge with Briana Horne-Reid, a second-year DVM student at NC State, and Savannah S. Simon, a second-year veterinary student at Tuskegee University in Alabama.

Jun 13, 2023

Immersive Oncology: NC State Hopes New Clinical Experience Broadens Understanding, Horizons

The NC State College of Veterinary Medicine has launched a new program designed to help first- and second-year veterinary students from universities across the country explore important medical specialties they could pursue as careers. 

Assisted by two female vet techs, a light brown horse is guided into a CT machine.

Jun 6, 2023

For Vinny, NC State’s Standing Equine CT Provides a Clear Win Against Infection

When an X-ray of Vinny the chestnut horse’s head proved inconclusive, NC State's new equine CT machine provided a helpful new perspective. 

Taking the Veterinarian's Oath

May 9, 2023

Class of 2023 Oath & Hooding: ‘Your Path Has Been Unlike Any Other’

For the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2023, memories of maneuvering through the COVID-19 pandemic will always be intertwined with surviving the first anatomy lab, third-year finals and fourth-year clinical rotations. 

Dr. Lauren Schnabel and Dr. Katie Sheats applied for the grant from the NC Horse Council.

May 2, 2023

Check Out The Oath 2.0 for Spring 2023

At the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine, we offer the best education to the next generation of healers, expand the limits of medicine with our research and provide excellent care to our patients. This edition of The Oath magazine focuses on our equine and feline patients. 

Shanna Rayburn, center, won the Linda Manning Memorial Award for Veterinary Technicians

Apr 28, 2023

College of Veterinary Medicine Bestows Honors, Celebrates Award Winners

The NC State College of Veterinary Medicine community gathered Thursday for festivities to honor faculty and staff members, including those who have won awards throughout the academic year, and to bestow the college’s own awards. 

The Class of 2022 at Oath and Hooding

Apr 25, 2023

NC State Oath and Hooding Set for May 5

Over the past four years, the COVID-19 pandemic presented some obstacles for the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s Class of 2023, but the students have made it to the finish line and will celebrate their achievements with an Oath and Hooding ceremony May 5. The event will be at 5 p.m. at Reynolds Coliseum on… 

Dean Kate Meurs

Apr 21, 2023

College Gathers to Celebrate All-Stars at 39th Annual Awards Banquet

The CVM community gathered for the 2023 Awards Banquet in Talley Student Union on Thursday to recognize and celebrate outstanding student achievements. Dean Kathryn Meurs welcomed attendees and special guests and congratulated members of the Class of 2023 on completing their rigorous training and preparing to enter their chosen profession. Dr. Greg Lewbart served as… 

NC State veterinary students learn about beekeeping

Apr 20, 2023

NC State at Forefront of Emerging and Globally Urgent Field: Honeybee Medicine

It’s “selective” time at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine, a time when students get to choose fast-paced, intensely focused, one- or two-week classes from an array of offerings that now includes — for the first time! — apiary work or honey bee keeping.  In 2017, the FDA declared honey bees as food animals and…