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College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Jackie Jaloszynski and Sid Bragg pose with their Lagotto Romagnolo puppies, Hudson and Bella, near their home in North Carolina's Crystal Coast. (Courtesy of Jackie Jaloszynski)

Apr 8, 2024

The ‘Domino Effect’ of Helping Healers

Jackie Jaloszynski and Sid Bragg found life-changing care and an unexpected connection at the College of Veterinary Medicine, inspiring them to give back to support veterinarians- and specialists-in-training. 

An NC State donor poses for a photo beside a university banner.

Feb 26, 2024

Annual Scholarship Dinner Brings Together Generous CVM Donors, Grateful Students

On Feb. 20, the College of Veterinary Medicine celebrated its scholarship donors and the students they have supported at a dinner at the McKimmon Center. The evening was an opportunity for college leaders to thank the donors who gave nearly $1.5 million to help 191 veterinary students focus on their studies rather than their finances. 

Margaret Whitler holds her 13-year-old cat, Dule, on a recent visit to the NC State Veterinary Hospital. (John Joyner/NC State CVM)

Jan 16, 2024

Dule’s Cancer Care at NC State Keeps Owner Duly Impressed

Empathetic care at NC State and funding from Petco Love and the Blue Buffalo Pet Cancer Treatment Fund have made a 13-year-old tabby’s five-year journey with an injection-site sarcoma easier on the feline’s family. 

Dr. Kate Meurs, far right, takes Dr. Stuart Fitzgerald, chief scientific officer at TriviumVet, Dr. Dottie Cimino Brown, chief scientific officer at Mars Veterinary Health, and Dr. Mike McFarland, executive vice president and chief medical officer at Zoetis, on a tour of the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine campus.

Nov 28, 2023

CVM Dean Welcomes Members of New Industry Advisory Council to Campus

“Our new strategic plan includes an emphasis on developing and strengthening partnerships, and we thought it would be so beneficial to engage in a more formal way with leading animal health industry partners,” Kate Meurs, the Randall B. Terry, Jr. Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine, said. 

Meg Mulder using a pipette in a laboratory.

Oct 10, 2023

Her Dog Died of Lymphoma. Now, NC State Summer Research Program Lets Her Work on a Cure

This summer, Meg Mulder worked in a research lab on a potential vaccine treatment for canine lymphoma. She was one of 22 first- and second-year NC State veterinary students who spent 10 weeks in faculty labs on mentored research projects as part of the college’s summer Veterinary Scholars Program. 

Chelsea Tovar and her sons visit their German shorthaired pointer puppy, Hollen, at NC State Veterinary Hospital in May. Hollen had a nasogastric feeding tube giving her sodium supplements. (photo courtesy of the Tovar family)

Oct 3, 2023

An Unresponsive Pup and an Unprecedented Complication: NC State Gives Hope for Hollen

A German shorthaired pointer puppy’s traumatic brain injury and surrounding symptoms didn’t fluster NC State veterinarians, who tackled every hazard head-on. The family is so grateful for the hospital’s life-saving care that they are dedicating a brick to the lead clinician on the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Walk of Honor. 

The Memorial Belltower podcast logo.

Sep 5, 2023

Podcast: Crowdfunding and the Turtle Rescue Team

On the Season 3 premiere of the NC State Philanthropy Podcast, we’re joined by Niki Theobald, director of development for the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Foundation, to discuss crowdfunding and its impact on the College of Veterinary Medicine — specifically, its Turtle Rescue Team. 

Bento poses with his owners, Jamie Caknipe and Kelly Gordon, during a visit to the NC State Veterinary Hospital.

Aug 29, 2023

Cancer Fund Helps Bento the Cat Pack In More Time With Family

Life-changing funding from Petco Love and the Blue Buffalo Pet Cancer Treatment Fund helped Bento survive a rare cancer and veterinarians learn more about his unusual condition. 

The Memorial Belltower and flowers

Aug 22, 2023

On the Path to Success

No matter what area — or areas — of NC State you support, your generosity makes a big difference throughout our campus. Our students graduate into successful careers, our faculty drive game-changing research and our programs build valuable connections, expanding our reach and your impact far beyond Raleigh. This past academic year, 36,159 donors joined us on a path to a bolder, brighter future. Learn more about how donor support is powering the extraordinary in a new school year. 

Natasha Olby with a dog

Jul 25, 2023

Olby Wins 2023 AVMA Career Achievement in Canine Research Award

Natasha Olby, the Dr. Kady M. Gjessing and Rahna M. Davidson Distinguished Chair in Gerontology at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine, is the 2023 winner of the AVMA Career Achievement in Canine Research Award. Olby spent two decades working on improving outcomes of spinal cord injury in dogs before shifting her focus to aging.