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Mentor veterinary students to encourage a love for equine practice

August 1, 2010

Take a little bit of your time to show some newbies the ropes, and you'll make a positive impact on their careers.

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Feds join fight to end rural veterinary shortage

July 22, 2010

New Senate bill would make USDA loan repayment program tax-exempt.

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University of Tennessee changes name of veterinary teaching hospital

July 10, 2010

Knoxville, Tenn. -- UT's W.W. Armistead Veterinary Teaching Hospital will now be known as the UT W.W. Armistead Veterinary Medical Center.

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Veterinary schools turn to tuition hikes to close budget gaps

July 1, 2010

After years of state cuts, many universities left with fewer funding choices

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Job offers down at graduation, but veterinary market still growing

July 1, 2010

Large number of veterinary graduates still seeking more education rather than employment

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CSU launches social media program

June 20, 2010

Fort Collins, Colo. -- New Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn sites will provide a variety of information about the Colorado State University's veterinary college.

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CAPC/Nestle Purina meeting targets real-world skills in veterinary schools

June 11, 2010

St. Louis -- The goal of the meeting was to bring together a group of primary-care educators to talk about the real-world skills veterinary students need.

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UC-Davis earns record stimulus award

June 3, 2010

Davis, Calif. -- The University of California, Davis (UC-Davis) earned 231 awards from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act totaling more than $100 million, the school reports.

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AVMA approves new specialty college for veterinary sports medicine and rehabilitation

May 29, 2010

Schaumburg, Ill. -- Sports medicine and rehabilitation is the newest specialty recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

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