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          Texas A&M System Partnership Announces Update To Veterinary Program In Texas Panhandle

          额外的资金支持需要增加Vero公司2 + 2项目的教师

          Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp speaks in an area with cattle and horses
          Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp announces the $5 million commitment to 365体育投注 ’s 2+2 program.

          CANYON, Jan. 28, 2020—Officials from 该 Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) announced on Jan. 28 a $5 million commitment to the developing 2+2 veterinary program through the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences’ (CVM) Veterinary Education, Research & Outreach (365体育投注 ) program on West Texas A&M University’s (WT) campus.

          额外的资金将来自tamus被用来从五个提高教师到23的维拉程序。被担保的支持通过立法拨款德克萨斯州教育机构的请求,目前教职员工。

          2 + 2程序的vero is a continuation of initiatives led by the TAMUS to support the state agriculture industry and the young people of Texas. In 2019, the System committed $90 million to the establishment of a 22,000-square-foot 365体育投注 facility to house the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) curriculum and externship programs for the new clinical rotations in the Texas Panhandle, as well as the 2+2 program. 该 2+2 program will allow Texas A&M veterinary students to elect to spend their first two years in Canyon on WT’s campus for increased exposure to large animal needs in rural communities.

          “Texas A&M’s 100-year-old veterinary program is an established, accredited route for students seeking their D.V.M degree,” Walter V. Wendler, president of WT, said. “Paired with WT’s prime location for the cattle industry with ample opportunities to work with large animals through extern- and internships is a recipe for a prosperous veterinary services industry in Texas. We are thrilled with the seamless collaboration between these two campuses and eager to be a part of educating Texas A&M veterinary students on WT’s campus.”

          Dr. Karen Cornell speaks at WTAMU
          Dr. Karen Cornell, associate dean for Professional Programs, visited West Texas A&M for Chancellor Sharp’s announcement.

          第四年的兽医专业的学生的第一批将在农业科学上的校园WT的第一起步到2020年夏天高达18第一年的队列兽医专业的学生将在维拉开始DVM他们的教育在2021秋季开始复杂的临床轮转。

          之后每年都会有一次骑自行车两个队列穿越峡谷他们在学院站的第三个年头CVM位置之前,与返回自己的峡谷第四年的临床轮转的一部分的选项。

          “Through our 365体育投注 program, Texas A&M, the CVM, and WT are prioritizing the need for rural and food animal veterinarians, needs that affect citizens of the Texas Panhandle and citizens in rural communities across the state,” said Dr. Eleanor M. Green, the Carl B. King Dean of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M.

          “Our 365体育投注 educational team, led by Dr. Dan Posey, is working to meet these needs by helping West Texas A&M gather and mentor regional students, to help them produce the best veterinary school application possible. In just three and a half years, under Dr. Posey’s leadership, the number of successful veterinary college applications from West Texas A&M has tripled,” Green said. “该 next step is to bring them back home to serve their hometowns in the Texas Panhandle region, and the 2+2 program will be a key part of this critical next step.”

          结合两个校区的资源的能力将让学生接触到独特的,多元化的学习机会,在大国中有了一些不足地区。维罗计划的教师鼓励学生参与进来的考虑在本地工作的社区有更大的需求,对于大型动物的兽医。

          “We are pleased to expand our veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences program to the campus of West Texas A&M University,” Texas A&M President Michael K. Young said.

          “增加的资金将提供支持,并大有裨益所有德州人。 2 + 2计划将尤其受益大动物保健需求的往往是孤立的,并会加强对农村德州机会教育和医疗保健。“

          Approval by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 该 Texas A&M University System Board of Regents and the Council of Education of the American Veterinary Medical Association to finalize the program is pending.

          在了解更多信息关于维拉2 + 2项目,接触波西 dposey@wtamu.edu.

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          Media contacts: Jennifer Gauntt, Director, 365体育投注 , College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at Texas A&M, (979) 862-4216, jgauntt@cvm.tamu.edu; Brittany Castillo, West Texas A&M University, (806) 651-2682, bcastillo@wtamu.edu.