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Provides support to the Dean's highest priorities.
The Career, Leadership and Wellness Center, founded in 2014, focuses on Career Exploration and Preparation, Personal and Professional Leadership Development and Mental Health and Wellness Programs. The mission for the Center is: Inspiring Students – Building Community – Enhancing Lives. We accomplish this by providing services, programs and resources to aid in the personal and professional success of the students and alumni we serve.
Support of student training and projects focused on community engagement and research worldwide.
Support the Center for Equine Health in its efforts to provide education and training on the proper handling and care of animals during disasters.
Provides scholarship support to students pursuing a DVM degree.
To provide veterinary care to injured animals.
To provide veterinary care at the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital and through its ambulatory services to animals injured in the Butte and Valley Fires and other animals in similar situations.
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Establishment of a Global Student Scholarship in your name or in honor of a loved one.
Provide holiday pet baskets to the homeless at the Mercer Veterinary Clinic.
Degree seeking PhD candidates
Provides fellowship support to students pursuing an advanced degree (MS, MPVM, PhD).
Support the area of greatest need in the School of Veterinary Medicine
We will send a St. Valentine's card "signed" by Pint notifying your "Valentine" that you have made a gift in their honor to support the School of Veterinary Medicine.
General operating support for veterinary clinical trials program
The Veterinary Center for Clinical Trials was established to accelerate identification and development of diagnostics and therapeutics for the benefit of our veterinary patients and people, and to increase the visibility and importance of veterinary medicine within the biomedical community.
To provide emergency response to assist animals in disasters.
To provide support to the Veterinary Emergency Response Team mobilized during disasters and animal emergencies.