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CSU College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
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Helping animals, people, and the planet.
Helping animals, people, and the planet.

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CSU has a new incentive program for research labs on campus to replace old freezers with new, energy efficient models.

Connie Brewster, research associate in the Quackenbush Lab, is among those who’ve applied for the incentive.

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You bring a friend, we’ll bring the fun. See you tomorrow at our annual Open House from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 🐶 🐮 🐷 🐱 🐍 🐢 🐤 

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Renowned equine orthopaedic surgeon and researcher Dr. Wayne McIlwraith will be the featured speaker in the President’s Community Lecture Series, 6:30-8 p.m. today at the Lory Student Center Theatre. It’s free and open to the public.

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Reason No. 5: We have the third best veterinary school in the nation.

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Encore performance just in time for Earth Week 👏

Proud to be the first university in the world to ever have its sustainability efforts go Platinum – twice. Learn more about our STARS Platinum rating: http://col.st/7DX4y

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Petting zoo, face painting, hospital tours and more.

See you Saturday at our annual Open House 🐶 🐰 🐷

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Today, 75 students from our College participated in Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity, sharing their research and creativity.
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4/17/17
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Veterinary edition.
 
#ILookLikeASurgeon #NYerORCoverChallenge

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4/14/17
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Goat Yoga: 10% yoga, 90% taking pictures with goats.

Claire Tucker (a second-year veterinary student) and our Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association hosted yoga with goats last week.
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Lindsay Hunt, a junior in biomedical sciences, is one of 75 students in our college participating in the Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity Showcase at the Lory Student Center April 17. Her drawing, “Heart of the Matter,” is in the CURC Art Exhibit.

Here’s how she describes it: “I had the honor of participating in a human anatomy dissection class here at CSU. Throughout the semester, I was stunned by every interwoven part; the muscles, fascia, nerves, vessels, veins, arteries, and others. While studying the heart, I understood that I was looking at so much more than just complicated organ. I saw a selfless person who gave their physical body to educate and inspire me. As a small thank you to this great gift, I hope that my drawing inspires viewers to appreciate the intricacies of the human body as I have learned to do.”
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