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.
2013 alumnus Dr. Lauren Komanski competing as a member of Team Twenty 16 Pro-cycling team
Lauren placed 3rd at the Multi-stage race, Amgen Women's Tour of California. She also wore the leader's jersey for day 2 of the race. She has won other stage and single day races as well. Not the classic parh of a Veterinarian but an amazing feat for somone who has only been riding competitively for 3-4 years. Go Lauren. http://teamtwenty16.com/Bio_Komanski.htm
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