CVM Alumni Society News
Congratulations Class of 2015.
Members of the Class of 2015 will take the Veterinarian's Oath during the May 8th Oath & Hooding Ceremony and received the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in NC State University’s graduation ceremony on Saturday May 9th.
Of the 79 graduates, 60 are women and 19 are men. The most popular career path remains small animal practice with 39 graduates—or 49%—completing a curriculum focus in that field. cap
Other focus areas and the number of graduates who intend to enter that specialty include: small animal—avian and exotics, 6; mixed animal practice, 9; food animal, 10; zoological medicine, 3; lab animal medicine, 3; clinician scientist, 1; equine practice, 5; pathology, 3.
Class of 2010 alumna receives AASV Award
The American Association of Swine Veterinarian’s Young Swine Veterinarian of the Year Award was presented to Dr Megan Inskeep during the 46th Annual Meeting of the AASV in Orlando, FL. It is given annually to an AASV member five or less years post-graduation who has demonstrated the ideals of exemplary service and proficiency early in his or her career. Read more here
Attention Classes of 2009 and 2013!
The NC State College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) conducts surveys of its alumni both one and five years after graduation from the DVM. The purpose of the alumni survey is to collect information for continuous improvement of our educational programs. We ask a variety of questions pertaining to your career pathway, career preparation and the educational product and experience that you received.
If you are a 2009 or 2013 alum of the DVM program please complete the survey using the link provided below. We estimate the survey will take up to 30 minutes of your time to complete. As an expression of our gratitude for your completion of this survey, we will enter your name into a raffle for a free registration to the 2015 North Carolina Veterinary Conference! Take the survey here:
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