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Dr. Christine Hardy

Department of Veterinary Medicine Presents How to Build A Better Application

The Department of Veterinary Medicine, the first professional program at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) presents its first Seminar of Academic Year 2014.  Dr. Christine Hardy, Senior Director of the Professional Veterinary Medicine Student Services at CSU-CVMBS, will be presenting a video seminar to Alaska students in April 2014.  All students who wish to participate via video (UAF, UAA or UAS or High School students, parents and facutly).  Please contact the department at UAF-Vet-Med@alaska.edu for more information. 
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Suturing Seminar - April 26, 2014

10:00 am to Noon - 309 Murie Building


Event Registration…………………………..$25.00

Fee includes:

  • Dissection Kit
  • 2 hours instruction in:
    • Care and handling of instruments.
    • Aseptic Techniques
    • Suturing practices, procedures, and wound repair

Fee can be paid via:

  • Cash
  • Check (Made out to “UAF-VetMed”)
  • JV


Register online at 


Payment required by April 21st

Vet Med Temporary Headquarters

West Ridge Research Building

We have moved!  Our temporary offices are located in 246 West Ridge Research Building, while we await our offices in Arctic Health.  The phone number, fax number and PO Box will remain the same for now.  


April 2014
4/9  Dr. O'Hara Seminar at The Marine Mammal Center
        “Why is an Alaskan Veterinary Toxicologist Studying Pinnipeds in Central California?”
4/15  "Build a Better Application" Video Conference Workshop
          Pre-Register to be eligible for materials by sending email to UAF-Vet-Med@alaska.edu 
          Wood Center (C,D,E,F) 5pm - 8pm - Good Food, Raffle Drawing & Fun
4/26  Suturing Seminar 10 am to Noon - 309 Murie Building on UAF Campus - pre-registration required. 
July 1, 2014
Application Period Opens for DVM Students
October 1, 2014
Application Period Closes for DVM Students
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Curriculum in Development

The first year's curriculum documents have been submitted to Faculty Senate (through CNSM Dean's review committee).  The second year's curriculum is still in development and will be submitted by the end of March.

Applications open this summer for the first year of the program.  Classes for the Professional Veterinary Medical students begin Fall 2015.  

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College of Natural Science and Mathematics

The College of Natural Science and Mathematics is home to the new Department of Veterinary Medicine Professional Program.  For more information please see www.uaf.edu/cnsm/

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