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News and Updates, September 2016

Faculty and Staff

  • CVM’S partnership with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center turns 20. http://goo.gl/FpjXwW
  • Steven Marks, director of Veterinary Medical Services talks dog blood donations with WRAL. https://goo.gl/nr69Xq  

Alumni and Students

  • Alum Tyler Carmack of Virginia Beach, Va., has helped families say goodbye to thousands of pets through her hospice center. https://goo.gl/PHl2b8
  • New Jersey town recognizes alum Michael Young for his years of service upon his retirement. https://goo.gl/m2E61v
  • CVM Therio Club named student chapter of the year. https://goo.gl/65ns3f
  • Alum Bill Marlatt (‘88) treats a different sort of winter athlete — sled dogs. http://goo.gl/QfEkwC
  • Kim Young (‘18) earns scholarship from the American Veterinary Medical Association. http://goo.gl/Q4Twa7
  • Class of 2020: Sam Lin was set on going to another vet school. Then she visited NC State. http://goo.gl/UeosHj
  • Fourth-year student Karen Park one of 25 awarded national research grant. http://goo.gl/FRZ1o8
  • Class of 2020: How Amie Pflaum went from horse lover to Army Blackhawk helicopter pilot to budding public health veterinarian. http://goo.gl/9D9ULA
  • First CVM endowed scholarship still helping students today, like third-year Kristen Malinak. http://goo.gl/UAhvrN
  • Class of 2020: In a veterinary world of cats and dogs and cows and horses, Taylor Locklear embraces the komodo dragon. http://goo.gl/SH2G82
  • Class of 2020: Jeffrey Tyrrell’s nontraditional path from attorney to veterinary medicine student. http://goo.gl/Ce8IPf