Article ItemSusan West Marmagas Public Health Scholarship , article
Thanks to a community crowdfunding campaign and a generous commitment from Roger and Deborah West, a new endowed scholarship in memory of Susan West Marmagas has been established benefitting public health students from Appalachia.
Article ItemStriving for a better life for equine veterinarians , article
Maria and David Williams fund a scholarship for equine veterinary students with a commitment of half a million dollars after an exceptional experience at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital with their horse, Whimsy.
Article ItemLong-standing partnership advances student learning and animal health , article
For years, Bernie and Lynn Cosell’s home has been a destination for experiential learning for the veterinary college’s students. They have now elevated that long-standing partnership with a transformational gift of nearly a half-million dollars to create an endowed scholarship benefitting large animal veterinary students for years to come.
Article ItemGrant helps improve pets' quality of life , article
Petco Love awards a grant to help provide financial assistance for pet owners who may not be able to pay for some or all of the cancer diagnostic tests and treatments for their dogs and cats.
Article ItemThe long-lasting tradition of philanthropy , article
Matt Iager (DVM '96) endows a scholarship supporting food animal veterinary students.
Article ItemUnique collaboration benefits equine emergency and critical care services , article
Generous sponsorship from Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center Advisory Council Vice Chair Shelley Duke and her husband, Phil, has enabled Emily Schaefer, clinical assistant professor of internal medicine, to pursue a fellowship in equine emergency and critical care with The Ohio State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
Article ItemAssisting first-generation veterinary students , article
Betty McClellan and Michael Owens make the veterinary college a part of their legacy by establishing the college as a beneficiary of their estate to create an endowed scholarship supporting first-generation veterinary students.
Article ItemTransformative gift advances college research , article
A couple makes a difference in the lives of dogs and cats across the region by supporting research at the college with a deferred $10 million gift.
Article ItemEnsuring financial support for our students , article
The Mary Sue Collins Foundation began contributing $30,000 per year for an annual scholarship benefitting DVM students.
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