College of Veterinary Medicine

Sep 22, 2020

CVM Awards Inaugural Samantha Lin Memorial Scholarship

Erin Wilkins, a member of the NC State CVM's class of 2021, is the first recipient of the Samantha Lin Memorial Scholarship. “I knew how much she meant to the class of 2020 and what it meant to them to have this scholarship to honor her legacy,” Wilkins said. “To be chosen for a scholarship named for someone who was as admired and respected as Sam is humbling.”

Sep 22, 2020

Annable Scholarship Supports Student Driven to Serve

College of Veterinary Medicine student Elisa Meier has a passion for community service. This made her a natural fit for the Annable Scholarship, which gives her time to volunteer while pursuing her studies.

Sep 15, 2020

CVM Class of 2024 Story: Coming Home

Kinnidy Coley knew she wanted to be a veterinarian while growing up in Raleigh, and that meant going to the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine. As a Food Animal Scholar and an Annable Scholar, Coley enters the CVM’s class of 2024 with an exuberance for all aspects of veterinary medicine.

Sep 8, 2020

39 CVM Students Receive 2020 Annable Scholarships

Meet the 39 students from the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine who have been selected as Annable Scholars this academic year. The scholarship covers up to half of their tuition and fees, and recipients are chosen on the basis of need, as well as a demonstrated commitment to community service. The Michele M. and Ross M. Annable Scholarship Endowment is a result of a $5 million gift from the Annables in 2016 and has been matched by $5 million from the Randall B. Terry Charitable Foundation.

Sep 8, 2020

CVM Class of 2024 Story: From Swim Caps to Scrubs

In addition to being an Annable Scholar in the College of Veterinary Medicine class of 2024, Raena Eldridge is the 2020 Arthur Ashe Jr. Female Sports Scholar of the Year. Her commitment to swimming and veterinary medicine has driven her to do the extraordinary, and she looks forward to what's next as she continues her education at NC State.

Aug 18, 2020

Annable Scholarship Helps CVM Student Reach New Heights

Sarah Scott-Cruz loves animals and the environment, and she comes from a medical family. That combination made becoming a veterinarian a natural step. Support from NC State's Michele M. and Ross M. Annable Scholarship is bringing her closer to her goal.

Aug 18, 2020

Researchers Identify MicroRNA That Shows Promise for Hair Regrowth

A research team led by Ke Cheng, Randall B. Terry Jr. Distinguished Professor in Regenerative Medicine at NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine, has identified a microRNA (miRNA) that could promote hair regeneration and be a candidate for future drug development.

Aug 11, 2020

Dunning Honored for Forward-Thinking CVM Leadership

As associate dean for advancement, which includes both the fundraising and communications teams at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Dianne Dunning brings a wealth of knowledge about science, public health and the human-animal bond to her duties. Recently, Susan and Randy Ward honored Dunning with a Coat of Excellence in recognition of "the value she brings to us, to the state and to the health of animals.”

Aug 4, 2020

Aligning Strengths to Advance Medicine

The Comparative Medicine Institute is making NC State a destination for innovative research and training in biomedical sciences. The institute encourages interdisciplinary collaborations among more than 200 biomedical sciences-focused researchers in six colleges and 26 academic departments at NC State, as well as researchers from UNC-Chapel Hill, Duke University and N.C. Central University. Co-directors are Joshua Pierce, LORD Corporation Distinguished Scholar in the College of Sciences, and Jorge Piedrahita, Randall B. Terry Jr. Distinguished Professor of Translational Medicine and Alumni Association Distinguished Graduate Professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Aug 4, 2020

With New Scholarship, CVM Alum Hanner’s Strong Voice for Inclusion Grows Ever Louder

Tracy Hanner, the CVM's first Black graduate, has spent his career pushing for diversity in veterinary medicine. With a new scholarship in his name created by the the North Carolina Association of Minority Veterinarians -- which reached its fundraising goal in a week -- Hanner continues to make a difference for students.