At NC State Veterinary Medicine life is equal parts thinking and doing. Our whole campus is set up to immerse you in the Veterinary experience from a state-of-the-art hospital to a working farm to labs and classrooms that have the latest equipment. Add to that a culture of collaboration that is exemplified in our common spaces where students can gather and trade ideas or just have fun, and you have a campus environment where you are set for success and to make connections that will last a lifetime.
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Two CVM Students Honored at Bovine Practitioners Conference
Two students from the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine received high honors during the 50th annual American Association of Bovine Practitioners conference. Danielle Mzyk, enrolled in the CVM’s dual DVM/Ph.D. program, received the Amstutz Scholarship at the meeting, held Sept. 14-16 in Omaha. It is the highest student award presented by the AABP and
Class of 2021: Embracing Challenges
Miriam Chari knew she would fall every single time. At 3 ½ years old with her legs barely long enough to get over a saddle, she’d do jumping exercises on a pony and would always fall off, even if the jump was mere inches off the ground. “The routine was go to the lesson, get
Class of 2021: Finding the Right Path
As a budding scientist, Emily Gidcumb’s resume was the type employers drool over. A bachelor’s degree in physics was immediately followed by a Ph.D. in materials science, both at UNC-Chapel Hill. There’s also the two undergraduate research assistant experiences, then the four years spent as a graduate research assistant working to improve digital breast tomosynthesis,
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Taking the Oath
Each year the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine formally welcomes their incoming freshmen into the veterinary profession with their participation in a White Coat Ceremony. During the ceremony, the incoming class is “cloaked” with a white laboratory coat, a traditional symbol of the medical sciences.
NC State values diversity. Not only do we all benefit from multiple viewpoints, experiences and perspectives, diversity is critical to our academic mission. Without it, our students simply could not succeed in today’s competitive global marketplace — let alone become conscientious global citizens.
Everyone who comes to NC State enriches us through their varied knowledge and backgrounds. And we expect everyone to give of their talents, skills, time and effort to make NC State an environment of inclusive excellence for all.