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Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine's strength as a leader in veterinary medical education, animal medicine, biomedical research and public health springs from the aggregate strengths of its departments and programs; the achievements of its faculty, alumni, and students; and its commitment to diversity and inclusiveness.

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Course helps grad students secure NSF funding
Among the first-year graduate students enrolled in a new biological and biomedical sciences graduate course, 66 percent of those who applied for National Science Foundation fellowships won them. <more>


College expert discusses case of Mad Cow Disease
Dr. Bruce Akey discusses a rare mutation that has one cow sick and a nation asking questions. <more>


Dean Kotlikoff discusses plans for class size
In a recent webinar, Dean Kotlikoff shares his thoughts and plans for the College's class size. Watch it now. <more>


Cornell Healthy Pet Clinic is Brooklyn-bound
Faculty, students, and alumni will bring well-visit care to Brooklyn for a day-long educational and service-learning event. <more>


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