A healthier world starts here
At the College of Veterinary Medicine, we embrace the One Health concept. We recognize how animal and human health are deeply intertwined. This understanding guides everything we do, from innovation and excellence in teaching to research and service to promote animal and human health for the public good. As a college, we are committed to an environment that is fulfilling and rewarding, and is recognized for good communication, productive collaboration, mutual respect, diversity, integrity and honesty.
At the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, students open doors to new possibilities and careers, such as through the Basic Research Immersion Training Experience, or BRITE. This program grants funds for a year-long research experience so motivated veterinary student might begin their journey into a Ph.D. program.
Congratulations to the Class of 2016! There were 113 graduates who earned their Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees. If you were unable to attend, the ceremony was recorded and posted at the YouTube link above. Please share with your family, friends and colleagues.
The May issue of Lifelines is now online with stories about a recent visit from a State Department ambassador for threat reduction programs; Dr. Izabela Ragan attends policymaking workshop in DC; CVM faculty recognized as BRI Fellows and more.
City and university officials have announced that Orion Integrated Biosciences, Larchmont, New York, has opened a new office in Manhattan to work more closely with Kansas State University scientists and capitalize on the future opening of the National Bio and Agro-defense Facility, or NBAF. The announcement was made May 10 at the NBAF Summit, a two-day meeting to update livestock producers and the animal health industry on science and security related to the new laboratory.International Programs launches 'Veterinarians around the world' photo competition
The CVM's office of International Programs announces the launch of the "Veterinarians around the world" photo competition. The theme for the competition is international veterinary medicine. Entries should capture efforts to improve animal health, public health or wildlife/ecosystem health; food security (sustainable production systems); food safety; capacity building; animal welfare; or biological threat reduction. Any other subjects relating to international veterinary medicine will also be considered.
Do you know a graduating or current veterinary technician looking for a fantastic new opportunity? The Veterinary Technician Intern Program at the VHC offers exposure to a variety of specialties and access to board-certified veterinarians and may be the perfect option! More details and application can be found here: http://www.vet.k-tate.edu/vhc/about/employment/TechnicianInternship.html Or contact Lisa Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org.