August 10, 2020
Stronger Together: NC State Veterinary Education in the Age of Coronavirus
CVM Associate Dean and Director of Academic Affairs Laura Nelson talks with us about the comprehensive approaches for DVM education this fall and how the college is ready to move forward.
August 5, 2020
Welcome to the CVM Family: Meet Carrie Jacobs
The assistant clinical professor of equine orthopedic surgery talks about when she first fell in love with horses, renovating a historic home in Raleigh and more.
August 4, 2020
Meet the CVM Class of 2024
These times are extraordinary, but so are the members of the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s Class of 2024.
July 29, 2020
News and Updates, July 2020
Fighting racism in veterinary medicine, a virtual reality approach to global health and more from a busy month on campus.
July 28, 2020
Gut Microbiome Study Could Guide New Canine Epilepsy Treatments
Neurology professor Karen Muñana is leading a new three-year study into canine epilepsy, the most common neurological condition in dogs, but one of the least understood.
July 24, 2020
Annable Scholarship Helps CVM Student Reach New Heights
The Class of 2023's Sarah Scott-Cruz is grateful for the opportunities the Annable Scholarship creates: "It makes such a big difference to know that there are those who want to help."
July 23, 2020
July 2020 Research Roundup
Genetic mutations in Boykin spaniels, E. coli transmission on N.C. farms and more of the CVM's latest published research.
July 22, 2020
Nettifee Finalist for National Hero Veterinary Nurse Award
In her more than 20 years at NC State, Nettifee’s work has been guided by innate compassion. Now she is one of just five finalists across the country for the 2020 American Humane Hero Veterinary Nurse Award.
July 21, 2020
Dunning Honored for Forward-Thinking CVM Leadership
"Creative, ingenious, hard-working": CVM Associate Dean of Advancement Dianne Dunning receives Coat of Excellence.
July 17, 2020
Olivry Receives Lifetime Achievement Award for Groundbreaking Dermatology Career
At NC State, Thierry Olivry has dedicated his career to decoding the mechanisms behind itch and ways to address common yet pernicious skin conditions in animals.