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Recognition Awards

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Student Awards


The College of Veterinary Medicine scholarship and awards program enhances veterinary education and animal care by making veterinary school more affordable. Each year approximately $400,000 is awarded to currently enrolled students. A student scholarship and awards ceremony is held each spring on the third Friday in April.

SAVMA Symposium Awards (Internal)

 

  • Student Awards 2013


    Alea Hoffman Alea Hoffman - AABP Foundation-Zoetis Veterinary Student Scholarship

    Congratulations to Alea Hoffman (’14) on being named a recipient of one of the 2013 AABP Foundation-Zoetis Veterinary Student Scholarships. This series of scholarships was fostered by Zoetis and funded by the participation of innumerable bovine veterinarians across the United States.


    Danielle Meyers Danielle Meyers - 1st Place in American Dairy Science Association Quiz Bowl

    Congratulations to Danielle Meyers, Class of 2017, a member of the WSU Dairy Club which took first place among 12 universities at the quiz bowl of the American Dairy Science Association annual meeting. More details





  • Student Awards 2012


    Laura Baltodano Laura Baltodano - Anna E. Worth AAHA Student Leadership Award

    Congratulations to Laura Baltodano, Class of 2013, who will be presented with the Anna E. Worth AAHA Student Leadership Award at the AAHA Annual Conference in March 2013. Laura is being recognized for outstanding student leadership through her service to the WSU Pet Loss Hotline and development of an AAHA Clinical Skills Training Program at WSU.





  • Student Awards 2009


    Amanda Morrison - 2009 WSU President's Award
    Congratulations to Amanda Morrison, Class of 2011, for her selection as a recipient for the prestigious President’s Award. Less than 1% of the 25,000 WSU undergraduate, graduate and professional students at WSU are recognized for their leadership and service to WSU and its greater communities. Amanda was chosen for her extraordinary leadership efforts with the Colony Dog Enrichment Program. Amanda has significantly raised the level of awareness about colony dogs and their use. Moreover, thanks to Amanda and her colleagues’ organization and hard work, the number of students participating in the program has tripled! As a result, many animals that contribute to our teaching program have benefited – as have students. Amanda will be honored at the President’s Award Banquet on Sunday, April 26th, at 6 PM in the CUB.




Student Research Symposium Awards

Graduate Awards

Neuroscience Awards

 

Christie Anderson
Outstanding House Officer Award presented to Dr. Christie Anderson, Oncology Resident by Dean Slinker, April 2011
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