October 12, 2021
The Oath, Fall 2021
In the latest edition of NC State CVM's magazine, The Oath, we take a look at inclusion, equity and diversity within the veterinary profession and our own college, provide a first look at our new equine hospital and much more.
September 28, 2021
Breaking Barriers: NC State’s Path to More Inclusive Veterinary Medicine
For far too long, institutional barriers and systemic racism have led to veterinary medicine’s crippling lack of inclusiveness. NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s class of 2025 shows how the tide may be turning.
September 21, 2021
New Equine Hospital, Dairy Barn in the Works at NC State Veterinary Medicine
About $40 million of the $80 million needed for the equine facility has been raised, while construction on the $5.5 million dairy barn upgrade is expected to begin before the end of the year.
September 8, 2021
Meurs Named NC State Veterinary Medicine Interim Dean
Meurs takes over leadership when current CVM Dean Paul Lunn steps down in January.
August 16, 2021
With New Distinguished Chair, Family’s Heartfelt Gift Creates Lasting Impact
Professor of Internal Medicine Adam Birkenheuer, an internationally recognized expert on vector-borne infections of dogs and cats, is the recipient of the Quattlebaum Chair.
August 10, 2021
Class of 2025: NC State Veterinary Medicine Welcomes First UNC-Pembroke Scholar
In addition to being part of the CVM's class of 2025, Alexis High is the first graduate of a joint agreement with UNC-Pembroke to provide access to the CVM for their students.
July 21, 2021
NC State Veterinary Medicine Infectious Disease Expert Birkenheuer to Receive Distinguished Chair
Birkenheuer’s long-standing dedication to the detection and treatment of infectious diseases in dogs and cats has led to remarkable breakthroughs at NC State.
June 22, 2021
In Memoriam: Randy Ward, 1945-2021
When Randy Ward died June 7, he left an indelible legacy of support and generosity that uplifted those who knew him and elevated the college.
May 25, 2021
Lunn to Step Down as NC State Veterinary Medicine Dean in January
Lunn, who has led the CVM since 2012, will leave a legacy of monumental growth and increasing global influence at the CVM.