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Fourth-year student Luke Morrow was presented with the Simmons Educational Fund Business Aptitude Award on Jan. 17. Each year, the SEF chooses one student per veterinary school for their business skills, and Morrow was named the overall national winner.
These include two presentations on implicit bias by The Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, and multiple Inclusive Excellence Seminars.
The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture collaborated with the college to hold a training session on antimicrobial use and resistance in agriculture. The college was proud to host keynote speakers from the USDA, CDC and FDA.
Dr. Ed Cooper, head of Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care at the Veterinary Medical Center, shares the extremely positive impact that the VMC's new Intensive Care Unit has had in an article on Ohio State's blog, Buckeye Voices.
2015 was another achievement-filled year at Ohio State’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Medical Center; here are some of the top stories: 
Associate Dean for Professional Programs Dr. Linda Lord was featured in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association for her speech at the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges' Veterinary and Social Work Summit in Tennessee.
Congratulations to second-year student Sarah Young for receiving the 2015 American Veterinary Medical Foundation/Auxiliary to the American Veterinary Medicine Association Legacy Scholarship, which is given annually to one student per veterinary college.
Drs. Edward Cooper and Meghan Herron were featured on Fox 28's Good Day Marketplace. Cooper, head of Emergency and Critical Care Service, discussed holiday hazards for pets and Herron, behavior specialist, gave tips on giving pets as gifts.
Two faculty members from the College of Veterinary Medicine, Drs. Jeffrey T. LeJeune and Chang-Won Lee, were involved in a multi-state effort to reduce respiratory diseases in poultry. Their work has helped protect the the nation's food supply.
Dr. Li Wu and his research team are dedicated to developing more effective strategies to combat HIV infection, which is one of the world's most fatal infectious diseases. Their research is partly supported by a grant from the National Institutes of Health.