September 15, 2020
Strength in Diversity: Jones Awarded First Hanner Scholarship
Tracy Hanner, the CVM’s first Black graduate, has advocated for diversity and inclusion in the veterinary profession for decades. Now, Ebony Jones is helping to pick up his mantle.
September 2, 2020
39 Receive 2020 Annable Scholarships
Michele M. and Ross M. Annable Scholarship Endowment covers up to half of tuition and fees. Recipients are chosen on the basis of need and a commitment to community service.
August 25, 2020
Class of 2024 Story: Following in His Daughter’s Footsteps
After nearly 30 years as a police officer, Craig Barnett is pursuing a long-held dream of becoming a veterinarian at the CVM — just like his daughter-turned-classmate, Alex.
August 14, 2020
CVM Students Earn 2020 AKC Scholarships
Aimee Sink and Courtney Wicker are among 15 veterinary students nationwide earning this year’s scholarship.
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.
June 17, 2020
Annable Scholar Opening Doors to Encourage Diversity in Veterinary Medicine
As an undergraduate, Tahj Boston discovered that there was very little information available about how to apply to veterinary school. That’s when a second passion was born.
August 20, 2018
Class of 2022: Striving for More
It’s the little pushes in Garrett Williams’ life have that have made the most difference. They’ve come from others, like his grandparents who noticed how much he loved their animal books and encouraged him when he said he wanted to become a vet. It came from his parents, who both didn’t attend college, but told
August 14, 2018
Class of 2022: A Lesson in Perseverance
Tahj Boston has an undefinable drive that helped her become a first-generation college student...
August 12, 2018
Class of 2022: An Adventurous Path
After leaf cutter ants chewed through her tent in the Belize rainforest, Tala Woodward got up early the next morning, went on a hike and watched the macaws fly above the tree canopy. Woodward embraces the unexpected. It’s an approach that led her extending a semester abroad in Belize to a year, renting a room