Thursday, May 25, 2017

Passing of retired CVM Administrator and Faculty Member Dr. Margaret Kern


Dr. Maragret R. Kern
With deep sympathy, we announce the passing of Dr. Margaret R. Kern, retired CVM administrator and faculty member. Dr. Kern served in numerous positions at the CVM. She was a revered colleague, friend, and mentor to veterinarians and veterinary students across the country. She had a real passion for teaching and helping others. Memorial contributions may be made to the MSU Foundation to the Dr. Margaret R. Kern Memorial Scholarship Fund # 403149.

 Obituary

Friday, May 19, 2017

Order 2017 Graduation Day Photos



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Class of 2017 Portraits

Scholarship Breakfast

Awards Ceremony

Entering Bettersworth Auditorium

DVM 2017 Graduation Ceremony

DVM 2017 Officer Commissioning Ceremony

Class of 2017 with Bully (Jak)

VMT 2017 Graduation/Portraits

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Summer Research Experience 2017

The CVM’s Summer Research Experience is a 12-week program to provide student trainees with exposure and training in biomedical research and to provide them with skills that will help them grow into leaders in the veterinary profession.

1st row: Henry Wan, Alex Shealy, Carol Baker, Caitlyn Outlaw, Jenna Hoden, Jessica Sherman
2nd row: Breanna Brown, Brandie Amos, Courtney Fancher, Acacia Cooper, Jasmine Nolan
3rd row (staggered): Jeff Eells, Frank Austin, James Yates, Keun Seok Seo, Will Crosby, Lakeisha Williams, Jose Zayas, Andrea Varela-Stokes, Barb Kaplan

Friday, May 5, 2017

Class of 2017 Graduation Day

Class of 2017 poses for photo with white lab coats after the awards ceremony!

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

For MSU’s graduating Schraeder sisters, veterinary medicine is all in the family

Petal natives Sarah and Kate Schraeder, pictured with their three dogs on Mississippi State University’s Drill Field, will graduate from MSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine on Friday [May 5]. (Photo by Beth Wynn)


Contact: James Carskadon

STARKVILLE, Miss.—In 2013, the Schraeder sisters in Petal anxiously awaited acceptance letters to Mississippi State’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Both Kate and Sarah Schraeder had applied with hopes of being in the university’s CVM Class of 2017. Eventually, good news came the Schraeders’ way.
“I don’t think my parents have ever been happier than when we got in at the same time,” Sarah Schraeder said. “Kate and I were nervous one of us would get in but the other wouldn’t, but our parents were terrified. They cried when we got in, and I don’t know what they’ll do when we graduate.”  Read More...

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Humane Ethics and Animal Welfare


 

MSU CVM’s Humane Ethics and Animal Welfare Program is designed to improve animal and public health. First initiated in 1995 to provide veterinary students with spay/neuter experience, the shelter program has grown to be comprehensive in nature. Veterinary students have the opportunity to work on one of two mobile veterinary clinics that visit Mississippi shelters 3-4 days each week. The program offers 125 slots to interested students. Students, with faculty supervision, spay and neuter unowned animals while gaining valuable hands-on experience. Students also assist shelters with improving health of animals before the animals are adopted into homes. They provide physical exams, identify and treat common parasites, identify and treat diseases, and improve biosecurity and basic animal care.

Students increase their surgery and diagnostic skills, and they gain valuable experience in the skills relevant to major problems in animal shelters. CVM’s shelter medicine program prepares our graduates to become shelter-medicine educated professionals. After graduation, they take their skills to new communities, further improving the lives of homeless animals by providing exemplary care and service.
The impact that the shelter medicine program has on CVM students, the community, and shelter animals is immeasurable. Please consider making a gift through Hail State Giving Days today!

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