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Archive for April, 2013

Stand Out Employees Recognized

Friday, April 26th, 2013

  On Wednesday, Dean Cyril Clarke welcomed CVM staff to a buffet lunch at the OSU Alumni Center and expressed his appreciation for all the dedicated employees who make the college run smoothly. He also presented awards to this year’s Outstanding Classified Staff and Exemplary Service recipients. The classified staff awards went to Alyssa Tucker, […]

IVSA Extends Animal Care Across the Globe

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

The OSU International Veterinary Students Association has been very busy over the last few months.  We started out the school year with the very successful Run for Ukraine in October followed up by OHOW week in January.  In winter term we awarded scholarships to Nicaragua 2012 participants, and the term was rounded out by our […]

A Gift For the Little Guys

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Danny Noble has spent a lot of time at the OSU Large Animal Hospital this past year, receiving treatment and corrective farrier work for his laminitis.  A mini horse who loves people, Danny, and his owner Chris, have become part of the College of Vet Med family. And because he knows everyone and likes to […]

Let The Sun Shine In

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

With everyone enjoying the 80-degree April weather, including the third-year Large Animal Medicine III class, it was time for this blog to break out The Sunshine Song.  

Freaking Out? Visit the Library

Friday, April 19th, 2013

Veterinary students looking for a brief respite from exams, clinics, and information overload, do not have to go any further than the McDowell Veterinary Library at CVM. A group of computers in the library is now equipped with biofeedback software, called ‘Healing Rythmns’, that coaches users on relaxation techniques. Librarian Derrick Padar will help new […]

Dog Owners Have Different Bugs

Friday, April 19th, 2013

If you own a dog, you may have a unique population of bacteria living on your skin according to researchers at the University of Colorado. We all have a population of harmless bacteria living in and on our bodies that play an important role in our health. Dog owners appear to have a different assortment […]

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