November 30, 2021
NC State Veterinary Medicine News and Updates, November 2021
A new class of Annable Scholars, coyotes in Raleigh and more from a busy month on campus.
October 24, 2021
Turtle Ally Certification Program
This program was designed by the Turtle Rescue Team at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine with the goal of increasing the number of veterinarians in the state of North Carolina who feel confident in treating injured wild turtles. The program will offer 8 hours of veterinary continuing education as approved by the
November 19, 2020
Turtle Rescue Team Saves Snapper With Plenty of Backbone
A severed spinal cord is disastrous for people, but not so for some remarkable animal species.
September 21, 2020
Volunteers Lead Renovation of Turtle Rescue Team Headquarters
The Turtle Rescue Team’s bustling center of reptile and amphibian healing occupies newly renovated headquarters courtesy of generous supporters and volunteers.
May 8, 2020
Class of 2020 Story: An NC State Adventure, 13 years and counting
Mandy Womble's many mentors provided invaluable support during her time at NC State and the CVM.
January 14, 2020
A Slow and Steady Race to Save Turtles
Cheryl Heitzman, Class of 2021, is the co-president of the Turtle Rescue Team, a student organization dedicated to saving North Carolina's native turtles, reptiles and amphibians.
November 10, 2016
A Man with a Plan — and a Little Help from His Friends
Joe Grennon of Quincy, Massachusetts (birthplace and final resting place of two presidents -- John Adams and his son, John Quincy Adams) is a man with a plan. And that plan has always included animals...
July 20, 2012
Unusual Surgery by NC State College of Veterinary Medicine Team Saves Injured Green Sea Turtle
RALEIGH — Out came the rotting tissue and bone bits, on went a couple of women’s dress hooks via dabs of five-minute epoxy and household repairputty. And voila! One repaired sea turtle noggin. A surgical team of about 10 N.C. State University veterinarians, technicians and students used a novel mix of high technology and common