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Third-year student Annie Gorges scoops food into a wolf pen on a rainy day.

May 2, 2022

Working for the Wolves: Carnivore Crew Labors for a Species’ Life 

“No other vet school in the entire country has an opportunity like this to see such up close and personal management of the most endangered canine in the world.” 

veterinarian sits with dog on bench

Apr 28, 2022

Class of 2022: Be Open to Changing Your Mind

A first-person story from Garrett Williams, who after graduation will be headed to the University of Pennsylvania College of Veterinary Medicine’s rotating internship program. 

doctor hugging dog

Apr 26, 2022

Class of 2022: The Tale of Tony, a Mix of Magical Proportions

A first-person story from Alex Grobman, who is headed to a rotating internship at the Equine Medical Center of Ocala in her home state of Florida. 

2020 Oath and Hooding

Apr 21, 2022

NC State CVM Oath and Hooding Set for May 6th

On May 6 101 members of the CVM Class of 2022 will take part in the Oath and Hooding ceremony that traditionally marks the transition from student to veterinarian. 

College Becomes a Partner in Play With ‘Ready Set Vet’

Apr 14, 2022

College Becomes a Partner in Play With ‘Ready Set Vet’

Reimagined area at Marbles Kids Museum in Raleigh should expand not only knowledge about what veterinarians do but also dreams about who can be one. 

students examine horse

Apr 12, 2022

From Classrooms to Cows in Under 60 Seconds

NC State’s distinctive Teaching Animal Unit is an on-campus working farm providing a unique learning opportunity for veterinary students. 

rabbit on exam table

Feb 10, 2022

Cancer Treatment Fund Helps Save Beloved Bunny

Louise the bunny received life-saving treatment from the NC State Veterinary Medicine team, for a tumor in her nostril, thanks to Petco Love and the Blue Buffalo Cancer Treatment Fund. 

N.C. State college of veterinary medicine facility

Feb 8, 2022

Terry Foundation Establishes Endowed Deanship Chair

The NC State College of Veterinary Medicine establishes the Randall B. Terry, Jr. College of Veterinary Medicine Endowed Dean’s Chair with a generous gift from a a long-time philanthropic partner. 

cats walking outdoors

Feb 3, 2022

NC State Plays Pivotal Role in Revolutionary Feline Osteoarthritis Treatment

NC State College of Veterinary Medicine researchers Margaret Gruen and Duncan Lascelles played a key role in the first treatment for osteoarthritis pain in cats approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration.  

College campus and statue covered with snow

Jan 31, 2022

NC State Veterinary Medicine News and Updates, January 2022

Groundbreaking osteoarthritis pain treatment, excellence in equine medicine and more from a busy month on campus.