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A leading biomedical teaching and research center and the in-state veterinary college for residents of Virginia and Maryland, Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine creates and maintains an environment that allows all members to learn and grow to their full potential. The college's locations include the main campus in Blacksburg, Virginia; the Animal Cancer Care and Research Center in Roanoke, Virginia; the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center in Leesburg, Virginia; and the Gudelsky Veterinary Center in College Park, Maryland.

Alumni and Friends: Stay Connected

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    Connect 2021 , article

    Registration is now open for Connect 2021, featuring mentorship and career opportunities, continuing education, and reunion celebrations, live and in person at VA-MD Vet Med on Sept. 17-18. All alumni, students, and practitioners (who are looking to mentor and/or hire) are encouraged to attend!

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    Veterinary college’s distinguished alumni award winners to speak at Connect 2021 , article

    The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine recognizes the achievements of alumni through its annual awards.

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    Alumna doing her part to bring diversity to field of veterinary medicine , article

    Tierra Price, a 2020 graduate of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, has created BlackDVM Network — a comprehensive platform consisting of a website, social media accounts, and a YouTube page designed to help Black veterinary professionals connect, grow, and advance within the field of veterinary medicine.

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    VMCVM Wellness Memorial Fund , home

    The Wellness Memorial Fund was created to honor alumni and dedicated members of the college community who have died. Their influence and impact on the college and its students, faculty, and staff will be memorialized through important contributions that will drive wellness projects and initiatives.

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