November 11, 2019
The Gift of Feeling Normal
Sandy Kirk came to the NC State Veterinary Hospital with a medical emergency when her 12-year-old mixed-breed dog, Maggie, needed help. It was an experience that stirred her to action.
November 4, 2019
Keep Calm and Terrier On
Kristi Thompson says that, Nala, her 12-year-old terrier mix, is her rock. “Nala’s been there for me through so much,” Thompson said. “She’s my best friend, my confidant, my shadow. Her gentle energy keeps me grounded and sane through all of life’s ups and downs.” There have been a few of those ups and downs
October 31, 2019
Regenerative Medicine Visionary Cheng to Receive Endowed Professorship
Groundbreaking CVM regenerative medicine professor Ke Cheng to receive endowed professorship from the Terry Foundation.
October 18, 2019
CVM Alum Conjures Frightfully Good Support
When the days grow shorter and summer becomes a memory, October nights bring a chill wind from the north, and sometimes mysterious things can happen by the light of the harvest moon. Some of these mysterious things happen at Firefly Farm in Hillsborough. It seems that someone there has found a way to pluck a
October 14, 2019
Continuing a Legacy of Education
The Rebecca C. Robbins Scholarship Endowment is given to students with a strong interest in research who are pursuing a degree in veterinary medicine with an emphasis in swine medicine...
September 9, 2019
A Helping Hand for Underdogs
Stacey Snyder has a soft spot for those facing challenges, whether they walk on two legs or four. That’s why she has spent more than 20 years as a volunteer for animal shelters and nonprofit rescue organizations, primarily the Carolina Basset Hound Rescue. And it’s why she decided to endow a scholarship at the NC
September 9, 2019
Hurricane Dorian: How to Help People, Animals in Need
As disaster response efforts continue within the wide swath of areas affected by Hurricane Dorian, relief efforts are underway for people and animals impacted by the storm. There are several ways you can help. A donation to the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s Disaster Relief Fund supports animals that have been rescued and sheltered.
September 3, 2019
33 CVM Students Named 2019-2020 Annable Scholars
This academic year 33 students from the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine have been named Annable Scholars. Each will receive a scholarship that covers up to half of tuition and fees. Recipients for the need-based scholarship are selected in part on the basis of volunteer service. The Michele M. and Ross M. Annable Scholarship
August 21, 2019
Seaks Never Forgets a Friend
Terry Seaks describes the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine as, “a place where miracles happen.” He’s felt this way for 25 years, since he and his late wife, Jane, brought their cat, Fluffy, to the NC State Veterinary Hospital, hoping to find a cure for Fluffy’s persistent dermatological problem. He tells how a clinician
July 31, 2019
Endowed Scholarship Support is a Home Run for Vet Student
First, the bad news: Danielle Barnes will never make it as a professional baseball pitcher. The good news is that Barnes is in the process of becoming a practicing veterinarian, which is what she actually wants to do. Reaching that goal will be made easier thanks to the Babe and Yogi Scholarship Endowment established by