October 22, 2020
“Land Grant Legacies: Prominence and Problems in American Higher Education from Past to Present”
October 15, 2020
“Historical Significance, Contributions to North Carolina and Society, and the Business Case for HBCUs”
October 8, 2020
“What is an HBCU? The Struggle for Education, Civil Rights and Economic Independence: Accomplishments and the Disparity in Veterinary Medicine”
June 18, 2020
This Juneteenth, Support the Tracy Hanner Endowed Scholarship
The CVM is encouraging contributions to the Tracy Hanner Endowed Scholarship, named for our first black graduate. Any contributions received through next month will be matched by the college.
June 16, 2020
Q&A: Cannedy on Diversity, Inclusion and the CVM
CVM Director of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs Allen Cannedy discusses the CVM’s work toward change in veterinary medicine.
May 1, 2019
CVM Stands with the LGBTQ+ Vet Community for World Pride 2019
Diversity makes the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine — and the veterinary profession — stronger. That’s why we’re proud to be a university supporter of the Pride Veterinary Medical Community organizations presence at World Pride 2019 in New York. On June 30, the PVMC, with 400 supporters, plan to march during the event’s
September 27, 2018
CVM Alum Named to 100 Most Influential African Americans List
Tyler Allen is among the youngest members on The Root 100 list, the online magazine’s annual compendium of influential African Americans between the ages of 25 and 45 behind barrier-breaking work.