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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

The solution to a veterinarian shortage

August 1, 2010

Today's veterinary students just don't have the same drive and determination as the Baby Boomers have.

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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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New grad realizes life-long dream

July 1, 2010

49-year-old veterinary student earns DVM after putting her aspirations on hold.

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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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Ohio State renames veterinary teaching hospital

May 26, 2010

Columbus ?- The Ohio State University (OSU) renamed its veterinary teaching hospital to better reflect the depth of services offered.

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AVMF seeks student scholarship applicants

April 30, 2010

National Report -- The American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) is seeking students to apply for its annual veterinary student scholarship program.

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AVMA creates online externship locator for veterinary students

April 29, 2010

Schaumburg, Ill. -- The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has created the nation's first centralized veterinary externship locator to help veterinary students find externship opportunities.

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NAVC panelists address veterinary workforce trends, student debt

March 1, 2010

Orlando — How insidious is escalating veterinary student debt?

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USDA outlines application process for federal loan repayment program

February 19, 2010

Washington -- The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) plans to accept applications for a federal veterinary student loan repayment program that has been seven years in the making by April.

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