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International Opportunities Start Here

Today veterinarians need a global perspective.

The Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) provides opportunities for students to build knowledge in international veterinary medicine through teaching, mentorship and international experiences. For international scholars, the College offers first class clinical and research learning experiences in a uniquely friendly and welcoming environment. 

The College works through partnerships and has an extensive global network which it works with to deliver solutions to counter global animal and public health threats.

 Highlights


2017 Student International Travel Award Winners

2017 group

From left to right: Erin Strathe, Jessy Prado, Chantal Girard, Jeffrey Laifer, Stephanie Skinner, Katya Luckenbach, Taylor Young, Ray Harp (not pictured)

Chantal GirardChantal spent one month in Namibia working with government veterinarians on a rabies education and vaccination project, the objective of which is to eliminate human cases of rabies.
Jeffrey LaiferJeffrey will travel to the University of Ghent, Belgium this fall for a neurology externship. 
Jessy PradoJessy worked with an NGO on an animal husbandry apprenticeship in Thailand and India.
Stephanie SkinnerStephanie traveled to Peru for experience working with health management of alpacas. 

Erin Strathe,

Ray Harp

Erin and Ray are visiting the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Veterinary Research and Education in Puducherry, India for clinical and public health experiences in India. 

Katya Luckenbach,

Taylor Young 

Katya and Taylor spent one month participating in the Rx One Health course in Tanzania and Rwanda. The course is run by UC Davis, Sokoine University of Agriculture, and the University of Rwanda.

Stay tuned for our students' post-travel presentations this fall!


 

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