A broad overview of the college's most important initiatives.
The pandemic is far from over, yet the past year contains ample proof that the College will help end it. We spoke to faculty, staff, and students who have contributed to this massive effort, and from their stories we distilled the 10 practices that make us pandemic-proof.
Thanks to COVID-19, many incoming first-year students faced a tough decision: whether or not to go to college at all.
The Argus Institute at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital recognizes and honors the human-animal bond, offering unique support services to help pet parents through dying, death, and grief.
We polled a cross-section of our graduating students about their hopes and dreams, and even though the coronavirus pandemic has changed commencement plans, their futures look bright!
Photos from a day spent at the Equine Reproduction Laboratory, an international leader in assisted reproduction techniques.
Why did I choose to be the agent of death for my animals? It might seem like a very odd way to express my love... but I knew this act would fulfill our promise to spare them the kind of suffering that causes nightmares.
A chat with Dr. Rushika Perera, an associate professor of virology and the chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and Alex Bailey, a member of the College’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and a third-year student in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program.
As the lead educator for the Hub Outpost Project, Dr. Laurie Meythaler-Mullins teaches CSU and University of Alaska-Fairbanks veterinary students about One Health in rural and indigenous communities.
Behind the scenes with photography intern Kellen Bakovich: I had the opportunity to go to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital for two days and photograph nearly every department at the hospital. The purpose for this project is to show everything that the hospital does for the CVMBS magazine.