For Annable Scholar, an Unforgettable Final Year
As she readies for the next chapter, Regan Stoneburner reflects on how much the Michele M. and Ross M. Annable Scholarship meant to her mother during her final year at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
An Extraordinary Pathway to Success
After graduation, Goodnight Scholars Christian Williams and Oscar Molina are heading in different directions: vet school at the College of Veterinary Medicine and a role at Deutsche Bank. Both of these next steps were made possible through the Goodnight Scholars Program’s transfer pathway, created in 2017 to provide extraordinary opportunities for community college graduates across North Carolina.
Unforgettable Legacy: The Samantha Lin Memorial Scholarship
CVM students, faculty and staff will never forget Samantha Lin, a member of the class of 2020 who died in a traffic accident last August. Through the generosity of alumni, faculty and staff, students, friends of the college, North Carolina Veterinary Medical Foundation board members and fellow members of the class of 2020, the college has created the endowed Samantha Lin Memorial Scholarship. It will support fourth-year DVM students interested in surgery, research and teaching .
Surrounded by Support at the CVM
Amanda Maxwell chose to attend the College of Veterinary Medicine not just for its reputation, but for its equally strong community. With support from faculty, classmates and donors, she is ready for the next step in her career as a laboratory animal veterinarian.
The World’s Future is in this Annable Scholar’s Hands
College of Veterinary Medicine student Avnee Mistry is working toward a career with a federal or state agency and hopes to focus on issues such as public health, disease control and the safety of the global food supply. The Michele M. and Ross M. Annable Scholarship, which fosters service and leadership within the veterinary community in addition to providing financial support, empowers her journey.
Meet the 2020 Watauga Medal Winners
Alumni Steve Angel, Kady Gjessing and Nancy Ridenhour receive NC State's highest nonacademic honor for their decades of service and generosity to the university.
Partner Profile: DSM
As doctors and scientists continue to study how the community of microbes that inhabit our gut impact human health, other researchers are exploring the importance of the gut microbiome on animals. Two institutions studying animal gut health and nutrition — NC State and DSM Nutritional Products, a global science-based company focused on nutrition, health and sustainable living — recently signed a memorandum of understanding to enhance their research partnership. Specific partners are the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Veterinary Medicine.
2020 Scholarship Dinner Brings CVM Donors and Students Together
During the College of Veterinary Medicine's recent scholarship dinner, Dean Paul Lunn shared that donations to the college’s scholarship funds exceeded $1 million for the first time last fiscal year. CVM donors like Ross Annable, who delivered the keynote address about his and his wife Michele's decision to endow a scholarship, help create extraordinary opportunities for future leaders in veterinary medicine.
CVM Alums Give Back to SimLab that Gave Them So Much
The NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s Class of 2019 was the first to use the CVM’s Simulation Lab — and they loved it. In fact, they appreciated using the lab to master common, yet important, surgical techniques so much that they gave a generous parting gift to purchase more models for future students.
The ‘True Gift’ of an Unexpected Bond
Sid Bragg and Jackie Jaloszynski recently presented NC State Veterinary Hospital cardiology resident Anna McManamey -- or Dr. Mac, as they call her -- with a Coat of Excellence for her support and compassion treating their dog Lukus. Gifts to the Coat of Excellence program support the hospital's ongoing efforts and allow clients the opportunity to recognize the extraordinary caregivers who touch lives each day through their work.