UAF/CSU Inaugural class to begin Fall 2015

Applicants invited to UAF Veterinary Showcase March 12, 2015

The CSU/UAF program congratulates the six students who have accepted their letters of offer to begin class in the fall of 2015 at UAF.  The deadline for the remaining students is April 15, 2015.  

The University of Alaska Fairbanks invites their applicants to the first UAF Veterinary Medicine Showcase on March 12, 2015 and tour of the Large Animal Research Station on March 13th. Students who were sent letters of offer to join the inaugural class and would like to attend, should email us at uaf-vet-med@alaska.edu to accept our invitation.  Laboratory tours will be available on both Thursday and Friday.   Please RSVP no later than March 1, 2015.  

UAF orientation will occur the week of August 10, 2015 - Plans are underway - check back often!

We are planning an extended Orientation for Monday-Saturday, August 17-22, 2015 in Fort Collins, Colorado.   Please hold these dates open for Orientation. Attendance is mandatory; late arrival or absence will result in rescission of your position (emergencies as an exception).  As an advanced note, please know Wednesday and Thursday will be held off campus and will involve an overnight stay.  Please make appropriate arrangements for pets and/or children.  The “Passages and Coating Ceremony” will occur on Friday afternoon, August 21.  Family members are encouraged to attend.  New veterinary medical students are required to visit our Orientation website at http://csu-cvmbs.colostate.edu/dvm-program/Pages/New-DVM-Students.aspx. The information currently there may pertain to fall 2014 admissions, but it will be updated throughout the spring and summer for the class entering fall 2015.  Please check this site and the DVM Admissions Portal frequently for updates during this time.  You will find information about orientation, registration, and tuition, as well as required documents and book/supply order forms.  In addition, there are many other items of interest to incoming students. 

Watch our website for information on expectations, important dates, and schedules.  

Corrosion Casting Available Soon

Bulldog

Dr. Ors Petnehazy will be offering services

Dr. Petnehazy has perfected a method of corrosion casting and hopes to be able to provide the service  within the next 3 months.  Contact the department for a quotation, and information.

UAF/CSU Inaugural class to begin Fall 2015

Deadline to accept April 15, 2015

"OH" One Health Seminar Series

Mondays, Murie Auditorium, 4:30 pm

 

SPRING 2015   MARCH SPEAKERS:

2             Robert Coker, Asst. Professor of Biology & Wildlife and researcher with the Institute of Arctic Biology and Center for Alaska Native Health Research. 

              The Challenge of Human Movement: Why and How?

9            Russ Andrews, Stellar Sea Lion Researcher & Research Asst. Professor, Alaska Sea Life Center, School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences.

                How to take the temperature of a whale: evaluating anthropogenic effects on marine mammals.

23           Sarah Love, Veterinary Medicine Candidate.

Comparative aspects of sled dog medicine.

30           Jan Rowell, Asst. Professor, School of Natural Resources and Extension Sustainable Agricultural Department.

Nature's Extravagance: Antlers and their potential as a biomedical model.


If you missed one of the Seminars, you can view a recording at: http://vcs-content.h323.alaska.edu/tcs


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Your gift allows the department to fund student travel, student research, scholarships and more. If you are interested in establishing an endowment or scholarship fund, please contact Cathy Griseto at 907-474-1928. 

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