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On Saturday, May 6, the College of Veterinary Medicine welcomed 164 new veterinarians into their chosen field at the annual Oath and Hooding ceremony, held at Mershon Auditorium.
These awards acknowledge and honor College alumni who have contributed to the enhancement of the veterinary medical profession and/or provided support for the college or their communities.
With assistance from this scholarship, Dr. Pendleton will study at the Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine in Reddick, Florida to become a certified equine acupuncturist.
Dr. Michelle Matusicky, an assistant professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine provided tips on how to keep pets calm during life changes.
Photos from the 2017 White Coat Ceremony held on April 30th are now available online.
The scholarship will support a second-year student pursuing a veterinary degree who displays a passion for helping others, specifically in the field of health and wellness.
The award was presented to Dr. Wilkie for his outstanding record of service and contributions to the veterinary profession both nationally and internationally, for which his colleagues will be forever grateful.
In the nearly 60-year history of the American Association of Veterinary Clinicians (AAVC), Dean Rustin Moore is now one of three veterinarians to receive the AAVC’s most coveted award, the Jack Judy Distinguished Service Award.
The College of Veterinary Medicine is pleased to recognize 36 students, faculty, and staff as achieving Partner Level in the inaugural year of the Community of Inclusion Certificate Program.
Dr. Cole made significant contributions to research and was an advocate for a strong curriculum with an emphasis on teaching.

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