International graduate students honored

International graduate students 2015

From left to right are Dr. Prodip Bose, Shigeharu Tsuda, Dr. Bob Bonde, Renata Velloso Ramos, Dr. Rick Johnson, Minghao Gong, Rodolfo Daetz, Aristide Takoukam, Dr. Angela Lindner, Dr. Ammon Peck and Dr. Klibs Galvao. (Photo courtesy of UF International Center)

Five outstanding international graduate students from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine were honored for their scholarly achievements on Nov. 17 during the UF International Center’s annual academic awards ceremony.

The students received certificates in recognition of their scholarship accomplishments.

Veterinary medical college graduate students receiving certificates included Shigeharu Tsuda of Japan, mentored by Dr. Prodip Bose; Aristide Kamla Takoukam of Cameroon, mentored by Dr. Robert Bonde; Minghao Gong of China, mentored by Dr. Mansour Mohamadzadeh; Rodolfo Daetz of Chile, mentored by Dr. Klibs Galvao; and Renata Vellos Ramos of Brazil, mentored by Dr. Caryn Plummer.




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