News & Events
QS World University Rankings recently listed the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) as the 13th-best veterinary medicine program in the world, and the fifth-best veterinary medicine program in the United States. The CVM has moved up 11 spots in the world ranking and three spots in the US ranking since 2018.
Additionally, the QS World University Ranking listed the CVM’s research impact score and citations as the 12th-highest in the world for veterinary schools.
Merck Animal Health has awarded ten $5,000 scholarships in partnership with the American Association of Avian Pathologists Foundation (AAAP Foundation)—the charitable arm of the AAAP. The 10 scholarships went to second- and third-year veterinary students across the country focused on poultry health. Two of the 10 students selected are current students at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM)—Michaela Olson, Class of 2021 and Tatum Odland, Class of 2020.
The USAID One Health Workforce (OHW) recently released its Year 4 Annual Report. OHW is developing a health workforce that is prepared to prevent, detect, and respond to the threat of infectious diseases around the world.
Environmental issues are very important to Eva Reinicke, ’16 DVM, who grew up on an organic farm in upstate New York. That’s why she studied environmental education as an undergrad and, more recently, became a honey bee veterinarian.
Students gathered with their mentors for a fun evening of printmaking. They used specimens from the anatomy museum at the CVM and were taught how to convert their drawings onto printing plates using simple tools and a full-size printing press. Students and mentors learned how printing was done centuries ago and how it was used in science and veterinary medicine in the past.