Alumna publishes memoir on rescued blind fawn, "Dillie the Deer"

Dr. Melanie R. Butera, Class of 1985, recently wrote the book "Dillie the Deer: A True Story of Love, Healing and Family," which chronicles her experience saving a three-day-old blind rescued fawn and the great happiness it brought to her life.

Ohio State neurology leader publishes textbook

Vast improvements have been made in the field of veterinary neurology in recent years, creating the need for an updated textbook.

Two faculty members honored for teaching excellence

Dr. Teresa Burns, right, receives the John Lyman Jr. Award for Clinical Teaching Excellence from two members of the Lyman family (both left)Homecoming Weekend brought reunion as well as recognition, including the honor of two clinical faculty members for their outstanding teaching efforts.

Homecoming Weekend 2015: Highlights

CVM Class of 1965 at their 50-year reunion dinner on Oct. 8, 2015Once again, the College of Veterinary Medicine's Homecoming Weekend was full of festivities, reunion and recognition.

2015 Alumni Society Recognition Award winners

The Alumni Society Recognition Awards are presented annually during Homecoming Weekend. These awards are given to alumni who have shown distinction through their professional or non-professional activities.  This year, we're proud to grant the award to four alumni who have set themselves apart through exellence in veterinary medicine or enhancing their community. Click here to see a list of past Alumni Society Recognition Award winners, and read more about the 2015 winners below. 

Congratulations to our Kudos! Staff Leadership Award winners

On Oct. 12, the College of Veterinary Medicine recognized staff contributions at the annual Kudos! luncheon, catered by Q-doba. 

Campaign will raise funds for Enhancement and Expansion project

Columbus, OH - The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center (VMC) has launched a $2 million fundraising campaign to encourage people who care about animals to support the Enhancement and Expansion project at their Hospital for Companion Animals.

Four students present research at American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Annual Conference

(L to R) Third-year students Ellen Puthoff, Alina Osowski, Sarah Wahlstrom and Kanyon McLean at the AAZV's 2015 Annual ConferenceOf the 125 individuals who presented research at the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians' 47th Annual Conference, which was held in Portla