2012 January Advisor E-Newsletter
http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/ppart/ppart1101/ppart110100014/8698349-hap py-new-year-2012-text-on-black-computer-generated-3d-photo-rendering.jpgThe Washington-Idaho-Utah Regional Program in Veterinary Medicine, Office of Student Services hopes you had a wonderful holiday season and a great start to the New Year! The beginning of a new year is always exciting and this one is no exception. We are thrilled about so many new things for this year but we are especially excited about the prospective student’s interviews later this month. We are, without a doubt, busy as ever preparing for the interviews and the start of the semester. However, please know we are never too busy to answer your questions so please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
We would like to take this time to thank all the colleges and universities we visited this past fall. Your genuine hospitality and professionalism are very much appreciated. We look forward to future visits. And for those of you we did not visit, please let us know and we can start working on the details for a fall 2012 visit!
Spring Semester Admissions and Events Timeline
Washington Resident Interviews: January 23-25, 2012
Idaho Resident Interviews: January 26 – 27, 2012
Utah Resident Interviews (in Logan, UT): January 30 – 31, 2012
Out of Area Interviews: February 6-10, 2012
DVM @WSU Event: April 13, 2012
WSU CVM Open House: April 14, 2012
Admissions acceptance deadline: April 16, 2012
WSU DVM graduation ceremony: May 5, 2012
WSU CVM News
Dr. Cathy King, WSU CVM alumnus, Class of 1997/World Vet founder, leads global animal rescue.
Dr. Cathy King started World Vets with a donation jar at her office in Deer Park, Wash., in 2006.
Today, the nonprofit’s volunteer veterinarians have treated animals in 36 countries around the world, from flood-ravaged Thailand to low-income neighborhoods in Central America.
“It’s really a concrete thing that we have changed so it’s so rewarding,” said King, whose nonprofit is now headquartered in Fargo, N.D. “We are providing veterinary care in developing countries and disaster relief worldwide.”.read more http://nwpublicmedia.typepad.com/the_murrow_news_service/2011/12/from-humble -start-world-vets-has-become-international-rescue-group.html
WSU Veterinary Hospital treats snowy owl
A snowy owl that flew thousands of miles from its home only to collide with a car west of Spokane, Wash., is being treated at Washington State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital. His presence here is part of a phenomenon nationwide unlike anything ever recorded, according to a world-renowned snowy owl expert.read more
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Visiting WSU CVM
Visits to WSU CVM are offered by appointment only Monday – Friday between 8am – 5pm. We ask that you give us two (2) weeks’ notice prior to your visit so that we may schedule the best use of your time. Please visit our visitation website for details about scheduling a visit http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ProspectiveStudents/visit/index.aspx http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/ProspectiveStudents/visit/index.aspx
Happy 2012.Go Cougs!
Miguel Inzunza, Student Services Specialist/Recruiter
Washington State University, College of Veterinary Medicine
Office of Student Services
Bustad Hall | PO BOX 647012 | Pullman, WA 99164-7012
office 509-335-5107 | cell 208-791-8493 |www.vetmed.wsu.edu