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WSU CVM Spring 2013 Executive Report

by crd 11. June 2013 14:31

Find out about the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine’s activities and current events in the Veterinary Executive Report. Read about the most pressing issues facing the college, current research projects and advancements that affect veterinarians, newly launched programs, and more.

http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/execReport/

 

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Willie Nelson's Chili Cook-off 2012

by WSU CVM 30. April 2012 14:31

Each year the College of Veterinary Medicine holds a chili cook-off in honor of Willie Nelson's Birthday.

http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/news/WilliChili/2012/index.aspx  

.....and the winners are:

First Place Dale Hancock What was I thinking?

Second Place The Fighting Mongooses: Brittany Beavis, Kitri Doepker, Jen Majerus, Jennifer Nishimura, and Dor Dor Vang Vigilante Chili

Third Place John Mattoon Union Flat Pua'a Chili

 

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WSU's Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health Newsletter

by WSU CVM 5. October 2011 14:18

Exciting Things are Happening at the Allen School. The Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health now has a newsletter to keep you up-to-date on the latest research and student education. To receive the quarterly newsletter click the subscribe icon at the upper right of the first newsletter  http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/newsletter/GlobalAnimalHealth/2011/Fall/Newsletter.aspx

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WSU's Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health Newsletter

by WSU CVM 5. October 2011 14:18

Exciting Things are Happening at the Allen School. The Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health now has a newsletter to keep you up-to-date on the latest research and student education. To receive the quarterly newsletter click the subscribe icon at the upper right of the first newsletter  http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/newsletter/GlobalAnimalHealth/2011/Fall/Newsletter.aspx

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WSU Vet Med Extension Spring-Summer Newsletter

by WSU CVM 2. June 2011 10:12

Spring-Summer 2011 Vet Med Extension Newsletter Includes: http://vetextension.wsu.edu/newsletter/documents/Summer2011.pdf

♦ From the Editor

♦ Featured Faculty – Dr. Patricia Talcott

♦ Presynch Programs in Dairy Reproduction

♦ Why do we see Sulfa Drug Residues in Dairy Cattle

♦ What’s New at WADDL? Lead Poisoning in Cattle

♦ Pre-breeding Mineral Levels in Beef Cows

♦ WSDA Corner

♦ Continuing Education Opportunities

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Every Day Atypical for Vet Med Communicator

by WSU CVM 31. May 2011 11:38

As a public information officer at WSU's College of Veterinary Medicine, Charlie Powell has answered all kinds of questions and worked with all kinds of people. He met the late "crocodile hunter" Steve Irwin during filming for a Discovery Channel TV program. He fielded a boatload of questions about possible salmon poisoning. Calls "range from questions about animal cruelty to questions from donors about giving to the college," Powell said. Or maybe a concerned pet owner heard news of tainted dog food and wants reassurance.

http://news.wsu.edu/pages/publications.asp?Action=Detail&PublicationID=26367&TypeID=1

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Find Out What's Happening in the WSU CVM Executive Report

by WSU CVM 22. June 2010 10:15

http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ExecReport/index.aspx
 

  • Distinguished Alumnus Awards  
  • WSU’s New Veterinary Specialty Teaching Clinic 
  • How Virtual Reality is Changing Veterinary Medicine (VALT Lab)  
  • From the Office of Development and External Relations 
  • Cassie's Story 
  • Awards and Achievements 
  • Your Gifts in Action

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WSU CVM Summer Community Practice News

by Admin 2. June 2010 10:53

 Summer 2010 Community Practice Newsletter 

 

  • Urinary problems that can affect dogs and cats
  • Grieving? You don’t have to be alone
  • Training a puppy to behave
  • Continuing education courses for veterinarians and veterinary technicians
  • Summer pet tips
  • WSU seeing patients with advanced eye problems

 

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Spring Edition of the WSU Equine Newsletter

by Admin 1. April 2010 16:04
Horses are susceptible to infectious diseases, often caused by viruses and bacteria. Fortunately, owners can protect their horses against several potentially fatal diseases through vaccines that help establish immunity against them. Read this article and more in the Spring 2010 Equine Newsletter. http://bit.ly/dCv3bx

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WSU College of Veterinary Medicine's Winter Executive Report

by WSU CVM 11. January 2010 16:36

In This Issue:

  • WSU’s Terry McElwain named to the National Academy of Science’s Institute of Medicine
  • WSU professor discovers new test for bovine TB
  • Major construction to get underway for WSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Chocolate: one year later!
  • Barb Robbins scholarship update
  • Bill Johnson rides again
  • A Legacy of Caring Lives On How the love of a teacher can be a powerful agent of change

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