Happenings at the CVM

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At the CVM, we’re making news, hosting events, and telling the world about the great things we do here every day. If you have a media inquiry or a question about a story, please contact our communications team.

Upcoming Events

Aug. 8
First day of DVM classes
Aug. 11
White coat ceremony
Aug. 14
First day of UGA fall semester
Sept. 13
Zoobiquity ATL conference

Sept. 25
Vet School for a Day
Oct. 12
Dean's tailgate (UGA vs. South Carolina football game)

Aesculapian Archives

Latest News

Tifton Diagnostic Lab faculty partnering on USDA-NRCS feral swine control project

On November 21, it was announced that the Flint River Soil and Water Conservation District was awarded $1.5 million for a three year project in the Feral Swine Eradication and Control Pilot Program in the Albany project area. The Albany…

Third-year DVM student awarded scholarship by Black Faculty & Staff Organization

On Wednesday, September 25, third-year DVM student Kristen Peagler was conferred the BFSO Founders Scholarship – Professional Student. This award recognizes outstanding students for academic performance, spirit of volunteerism, and extracurricular activity—areas in which Peagler goes above and beyond the…

CVM faculty member to lead new NIH Collaborative Influenza Vaccine Innovation Center

The University of Georgia has signed a contract with the National Institutes of Health for an initial award of $8 million to develop a new, more advanced influenza vaccine designed to protect against multiple strains of influenza virus in a…

Dawg Tales

Vet students become teachers after the bell

Beginning in 2017, Purdue University has offered the This Is How We “Role” grant to colleges and schools of veterinary medicine around the country. The grant allows for the delivery of a 12-week curriculum of classes designed by Purdue to…

CVM professors build global and local partnerships

Once the paperwork is finalized, UGA CVM students will have the opportunity to travel with professors to India to work at one of the largest zoos in the world. Dr. Puliyur MohanKumar, a professor in the Department of Veterinary Biosciences…

CVM Pathologist Trains Future Veterinary Pathologists in Ethiopia

When Moges Woldemeskel Woldemariam, professor of veterinary pathology and section head of histopathology and necropsy at the Tifton Veterinary Diagnostic and Investigational Lab, taught in Ethiopia early in his career, he was the only trained pathologist at the only veterinary…