Homecoming…a welcome reception for new graduate students….Puppy Palooza on campus…these and many more activities have kept life interesting at the college as well as around UF in recent weeks. Here are a few snapshots from some of these events.
UF CVM graduate students are shown during a presentation of certificates for academic achievement during the international student awards ceremony held Nov. 14 by the UF International Center. From left to right are Dr. Nanny Wenzlow; Irene Tsai; Rita (Li-Wen) Chand and Junjie (Jet) Liu. Not pictured is Poonam Jaiswal. (Photo courtesy of UF CVM’s Office of Research and Graduate Studies)
Dr. Wendy Mandese mans the UF CVM table at Puppy Palooza, an event sponsored by UF’s Off Campus Life office on Nov. 28. The event, which drew 120 students, focuses on providing information about responsible pet ownership and featured representatives from various community rescue groups as well as the UF CVM. (Photo by Sarah Carey)
Molly Caldwell (’95), CVM veterinary technician Danielle Mauragis, Dr. Claudia Valderama (’95), Dr. Chris Sanchez (’95) and Dr. Audrey Kelleman (’95.) (Photo by Sarah Carey)
Laurie Reppas, with her husband, Dr. Greg Reppas, ’08, and Dr. Pam Ginn, associate dean for students and instruction. (Photo by Sarah Carey)
UF CVM graduate students stand in line for food and visit during a traditional fall welcoming reception, held in the courtyard adjacent to the UF Small Animal Hospital. Posing for the camera are Gretchen Henry and Dr. Nanny Wenzlow. (Photo courtesy of UF CVM’s Office of Research and Graduate Studies)
The college’s dean, Dr. Glen Hoffsis; Dr. Charles Courtney, recently retired associate dean for research and graduate studies; Dr. Alex Tommason of Merial; and Dr. Ammon Peck, the new associate dean for research and graduate studies, visit during a recent reception welcoming new graduate students to the UF CVM. (Photo courtesy of UF CVM’s Office of Research and Graduate Studies)