Graduate students receive degrees

Several UF College of Veterinary Medicine graduate students completed their programs and received degrees during summer commencement ceremonies, held Aug. 5 at UF’s Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

Receiving their Ph.D. degrees were Amanda Ardente and Shigeharu Tsuda.

Thesis-based master of science degree recipients were Maria Robles and Renata Vellos Ramos.

Distance education master’s degree recipients (non-thesis) included:

  • Ken Aiello
  • James Bader
  • Rachel Barnett
  • James Crosby
  • Lena Detar
  • Les-Lee Efird
  • Renee Freeman
  • Jennifer Krupa
  • Teresa Ladner
  • Jessica Moreira
  • Laura Niestat
  • Aristides Passas
  • John Santoyo
  • Christina Sayers
  • Lynn Wagner
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July-August 2016

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Parasitologist receives Zoetis Distinguished Veterinary Teacher Award

A parasitologist has received the college’s 2016 Zoetis Distinguished Veterinary Teacher Award.

Dr. Dan Lewis

Veterinary surgeon receives professorship

A professor of small animal surgery has received a UF Research Foundation professorship.

Dr. Ignatio Aguirre

Assistant professor honored for excellence in research

A college faculty member has received a 2016 Excellence Award for Assistant Professors.

Dr. Nancy Denslow

Professor receives key award from national toxicology group

Dr. Nancy Denslow has received a key award from an international environmental toxicology group.

New college/FVMA partnership offers unique training opportunities

The Charlie Bild Visiting Practitioner program returns in new collaboration between the college and Florida Veterinary Medical Association.

Student receives Morris Animal Foundation scholarship

A UF veterinary medical student has received a 2016 Morris Animal Foundation scholarship.

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