Dr. Stephen Jones and Dr. Dan Lewis

Dr. Stephen Jones, left, is shown with Dr. Dan Lewis, graduate coordinator for the department of small animal clinical sciences. Jones received his master’s degree, which he pursued concurrently with his small animal surgery residency. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Stephen Jones)

Degrees awarded to graduate students

Several members of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine’s graduate studies program received degrees during summer commencement exercises.

Receiving theĀ  Ph.D. degree in Veterinary Medical Sciences were Michelle Davis, Georgia Hinkley and Lucy Keith Diagne.

Receiving the Master of Sciences degree in the thesis-based program were Stephen Jones and Lucas Ibarbia.

Several students also received Master of Science degrees with a concentration in forensic toxicology in the non-thesis, distance education program.

Those students included Michael Cheatham, Andrew Clark, Laura Jesseman, Jeremy Napier, Okorie Okorocha and Alicia Rairden.

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August 2014

Eagle release

Staffers aid in bald eagle release at Newnan’s Lake

UF veterinary staffers helped release an American bald eagle back into the wild on July 16.

Dr. Bolfer and 4H Congress

Youth with 4-H Congress visit college

Several high-schoolers who participated in the recent 4-H Congress listened and learned at the UF College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Art Donovan and Lucas Ibarbia

Degrees awarded to graduate students

Several UF CVM graduate students received degrees at UF summer commencement exercises.

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