Contact us to learn how you can enhance the future of veterinary medicine and leave a legacy. By supporting the college, you may also realize the advantages of tax savings and naming opportunities.
Please call the development office at 785.532.4378 or email email@example.com to learn more.
The College of Veterinary Medicine and the Veterinary Health Center at Kansas State University are dedicated to enhancing the health and well-being of animals and humans through excellence in education, research and professional practice with committed service to the state, the nation and the world.
Your contribution aids in cutting edge research and improving the quality of life for animals and humans. Your gift will continue to advance important health issues that benefit all of society.
Our ability to continue research and education at the highest level can change lives of millions around the world.
“Healing Hands” is a semi-annual magazine published by the Development Office at the College of Veterinary Medicine featuring articles on current happenings at the college and news about alumni. Perseverance is the theme of the Winter 2014 issue of Healing Hands. Meet Dr. Ellie Nuth, our cover story, who singlehandedly found unique ways to succeed on each step of her career path, now a radiology resident. Learn about a horse named Roper with an incredible will to live and thrive, and who inspired her owners as well as all those who helped treat her. Meet a group of alumni who are serving our country during wartime in Afghanistan, Kuwait and other parts of the Middle East. Learn about an alumnus who was inspired to create a unique scholarship in honor of a former teacher from the CVM. Find all this and much more in the Winter issue of Healing Hands.
The development staff coordinates a variety of programs, services and benefits for our alumni and friends as well as administer private support for the college. We provide different means of communication to make it easier for you to contact us. We want to learn about you and your ongoing relationship or interest in the college. Please feel free to call, e-mail, write or stop by our office with any questions and comments. Thanks for visiting our website. We look forward to visiting in person soon.