April 17, 2019 | Hospital, News, Newswire
Patient Spotlight: Cataract Surgery Restores Vision for Rabbits
When Min Park adopted Holland lop rabbits Bossy Pants and Cocoa Bean from a shelter in New York City around Valentine’s Day, she was just looking for some bunnies to love. But within a year of their “adoptiversary” her rabbits would go blind. What began as a little cloudiness in one of Cocoa Bean’s
April 15, 2019 | Faculty and Staff, News, Newswire
Messenger Honored with SAVMA Teaching Excellence Award
From the first day of class, Sara Tufts knew that Kristen Messenger would be unlike any teacher she ever had. An unrestricted enthusiasm carried her voice. She made eye contact. For an early morning class with heavy material — anything and everything pharmacology — Messenger was downright upbeat. The positivity was palpable. It was genuine.
April 15, 2019 | DVM, News, Newswire, Students
CVM Awards First Certificate in Global Health
The NC State College of Veterinary Medicine awarded its inaugural certificate in global health to fourth-year student Lizabeth Rennecker, whose work included laying the foundation for groundbreaking infectious disease research in Uganda. Rennecker, who’s set to graduate with the Class of 2019 in May, is the first student to earn a certificate in global health
April 11, 2019 | Faculty and Staff, News, Newswire
New to the CVM Family: Meet Jesse Watson
Jesse Watson, the CVM’s new academic initiatives program manager and a Black Mountain, N.C. native, has taken a roundabout way back to work in his home state. His passion for teaching and education has been evident throughout his journey, which includes such diverse experiences as teaching outdoor camping skills, martial arts, English as a second
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