College of Veterinary Medicine > News and Events News and Events College news WSU students create database to accelerate skin science September 22, 2023 A new public database built from the ground up by WSU undergraduates looks to expedite scientific understanding of how skin heals. Why do cats purr? September 22, 2023 Saving Mille: WSU veterinarians cure Maltese of Cushing’s September 21, 2023 Nairobi six‑week study abroad puts emphasis on research September 1, 2023 View all college news People stories Ambassador spotlight: Chloe Hoover September 20, 2023 Q&A with genetics and cell biology student Kurtis Shipman September 18, 2023 Meet our researchers: Dr. Ryan McLaughlin September 15, 2023 View all people stories In the news Anti-Vax Trend May Harm Pet Dogs, With Half of Owners Against Immunization September 12, 2023 U.S. News Why Kraken team dog Davy Jones stepped back from the spotlight August 22, 2023 The Seattle Times Does your pet need a massage? Veterinarians have the surprising answer August 19, 2023 Inverse.com Taking Snapshots of DNA Damage in Skin Cancer August 15, 2023 The Scientist View all in the news College & WSU awards WSU undergraduate research presents awards to 41 students August 16, 2023 Staff recognized at annual college barbecue August 1, 2023 View all alumni awards View all research awards View all teaching awards View all staff awards Events Any current public events will be listed below. Oct 21 Celebration of Life & Remembrance for Our Animal Companions Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center Pullman WA Nov 2 25th Annual College of Veterinary Medicine Research Symposium Veterinary and Biomedical Research Building Pullman WA View all college events Subscribe to our newsletters Subscribe to Notes from the Palouse A monthly newsletter from the Dean * indicates required Email Address * WSU Veterinary Care e-newsletter A monthly newsletter from the Veterinary Hospital * indicates required Email Address * Media contacts These contacts are for media inquires only. If you are an animal owner, please contact our veterinary hospital at 509-335-0711 or schedule an appointment.