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Two graduates lean into each other, hands clasped, at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine's 2024 graduation.

May 9, 2024

Celebrating the Class of 2024

Katie Tyndall with her dog.

May 3, 2024

Fulfilling a dream

On Friday afternoon, when the Class of 2024 gathers for the annual Oath and Hooding ceremony, Katie Tyndall will achieve something that a decade ago she thought wasn’t possible: She will become Dr. Katie Tyndall — officially a veterinarian, ready to begin a career at a small animal clinic in Fayetteville. 

A student getting their white coat.

Apr 16, 2024

NC State Veterinary Medicine Class of 2025 Receives White Coats at Annual Ceremony

Nicholas Collier had been dreaming about having a white coat with his name stitched on the chest since he was a kid.   When that moment finally came during the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s White Coat Ceremony on Saturday afternoon, Collier chose the high school teacher who helped him fulfill his dream to first drape… 

Horse grazing in a pasture at sunset

Apr 12, 2024

What Horse Owners Need to Know About Equine Strangles

Equine strangles is a highly infectious disease that, though rarely fatal, can quickly spread through a barn and affect many horses.  “It’s usually probably three to four weeks total for a horse to clear the infection, and during that time, they can give it to a whole lot of other horses,” says Dr. Kate Hepworth,… 

Student playing drums

Apr 11, 2024

Students Strengthen Campus Community through NC State Chapter of Association of Asian Veterinary Medical Professionals 

The students behind NC State’s chapter of the Association of Asian Veterinary Medical Professionals may be on our campus for only four years, but they are working to make an impact that will benefit generations of students who come after them.  Founded two years ago, the group is strengthening our CVM community by building a network… 

A chicken.

Mar 15, 2024

What is avian influenza and what does it mean for you, farmers and backyard flocks?

The poultry industry makes up the single-largest share of farm cash receipts in North Carolina, equating to a $34 billion economic impact annually.  But a small virus can quickly take a massive chunk out of that.   Nine commercial poultry farms were infected by a strand of highly pathogenic avian influenza two years ago, resulting in…