Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine
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Public Health Graduate Program
Article ItemYuba Gautam joins faculty at Virginia Tech Public Health Program , article
Yuba Gautam has recently joined Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine as a collegiate associate professor at the Virginia Tech Public Health Program.
Article ItemPublic health students go to Malawi, assess problems in care for cervical cancer , article
Rodgers and Stephanie Hernandez, both Master of Public Health students at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, went to the African nation of Malawi over the holiday break to help assess the nation’s continuum of health care from home to hospital.
Article ItemDynamic new graduate course examines pandemic , article
Led by Kylene Kehn-Hall, professor of virology in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology, a new special-studies course, COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2), will use a multidisciplinary approach to educate graduate students about the novel coronavirus and the pandemic.
Article ItemHorseshoes and hedgehogs: Fun for all at veterinary college Open House , article
The veterinary college hosted its Annual Open House event on Saturday, April 15, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Blacksburg. The event offered the public an opportunity to learn more about animal and human health, interact with veterinary and public health students and faculty, and experience the college's state-of-the-art facilities. The event is also an opportunity for the college to showcase its educational programs to prospective students and donors.
Article ItemNew Faces, New Careers: Orientation Week 2023 , article
The college kicked off its academic year with an engaging and exhilarating first week of orientation activities that welcomed new and returning students to campus.
Article ItemRural residents share stories of resilience during pandemic , article
The COVID-19 pandemic hit rural communities hard: isolation and financial strain have been major challenges for people living in rural areas. Through participating in a story tree, residents of Craig County, Virginia, reflected on their experiences and told the story of how their community has persevered.
Article ItemVeterinary and public health alumna wins United States Public Health Service’s Excellence in Public Health Award , article
Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine alumna Ella Rak has won the 2023 Excellence in Public Health Award. This award, issued by the United States Public Health Service, recognizes outstanding work done during veterinary school.
Article ItemCollaboration and community: Inspiration Beyond the Classroom at Virginia Public Health Conference , article
Eight students and five faculty and staff members from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine’s Public Health Program attended the Virginia Public Health Association’s annual conference, keeping updated with what’s new in the field and connecting with public health professionals.
Article ItemStudent Spotlight: Meghan Albritton , article
Second-year Master of Public Health, infectious disease concentration and second-year geography M.S. student Home Town/State: Rockmart, Georgia
Article ItemClass of 2023: Adriana Fratz named veterinary college valedictorian , article
Adriana Fratz, a dual Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) and Master of Public Health student, was named the valedictorian of Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine’s Class of 2023. The achievement has also earned her the Richard B. Talbot Award, named for the college’s founding dean.
Article ItemVeterinary student Karen Morris competes on “Jeopardy!” Wednesday night , article
This Virginia Tech student, pursuing both Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Master of Public Health degrees, will appear on “Jeopardy!” at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night on WDBJ (Channel 7).
Article ItemCollege welcomes new students in veterinary, graduate programs , article
VA-MD Vet Med proudly welcomed its newest students in its Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Master of Public Health, and Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences programs.