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Casper Star-Tribune: Scientist remembered for pioneering work on wildlife disease, saving black footed-ferret
Beth Williams exemplified how science should be accomplished, and now those lessons are being passed on to their students and their children, continuing to progress wildlife disease research around the globe.
Planes, Boats, and Snowmobiles: DVM Alum Serves in Rural Alaska
Dr. Chris Clement shares his volunteer experiences in Alaska’s Community Outreach and Public Health Veterinary Outpost Program.
1918 alumnus helped forge path toward cultural diversity in veterinary education
George W. Cooper graduated from the Colorado Agricultural College veterinary school in 1918, and joined the inaugural group of faculty when the veterinary school at Tuskegee Institute was established.
Helena Independent Record: Best Veterinarian, Keith Stav, DVM
Dr. Keith Stav and his wife Sharleen, both Helena natives, bought Bridger Veterinary Hospital over 20 years ago. Dr. Stav grew up around a variety of animals in Helena and worked for Bridger in high school. He completed his undergraduate degree in biology at Montana State University. He received his doctor of veterinary medicine at Colorado State University.
Coloradoan: Veterinarian brothers, CSU grads land on Animal Planet show
Colorado’s Fox Hollow Animal Hospital is a family affair and, thanks to a sweet moment that went viral two years ago, it will have some time in the spotlight soon. The Lakewood veterinary clinic — run by patriarch Dr. Tony Henderson and staffed with his two veterinarian sons, CSU Biomedical Sciences graduates Ross and Ryan — will be the center of Animal Planet’s new show, “Hanging With the Hendersons.”
Fence Post: Kuntz, Austin named as first recipients of Colorado’s Veterinary Education Loan Repayment Program
Catherine “Callie” Kuntz and Kayle Austin have been selected as the first recipients of the Veterinary Education Loan Repayment Program, which was established by Colorado law in 2017.