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Dr. Keith-Daigne

Dr. Lucy Keith-Daigne, left, holds her 2019 Alumni Achievement Award, which she received in the M.S./Ph.D. category earlier this year. Dr. Tom Vickroy presented Keith-Daigne with the award, which she had been unable to receive in person when the Distinguished Awards for 2019 were presented during the college’s commencement ceremony in May. Keith-Daige received her Ph.D. from UFCVM in 2014 and is based in Senegal. She was visiting the college for the Ph.D. defense of one of her graduate students. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Audrey Kelleman)


Students in regalia with goats

On Nov. 5-6, we held academic Regalia photo days for our fourth-year students. To make things fun, we invited them bring their animals along. Here are two of our Class of 2020, soon-to-be D.V.M. graduates, Caitlin Conway and Fernanda Sainte, with Dandy (2 weeks old) and Clover (6 weeks old), both from Caitlin’s goat farm. (Photo by Sarah Carey)


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November-December 2019

Dr. Zimmel

College names interim dean following national search

Long faculty member and administrator Dr. Dana Zimmel’s appointment is effective immediately.

International students

International students honored for achievements

The students were honored for their scholarly accomplishments at a campuswide ceremony.

Kimberly Johns

Staff member honored by international group

Kimberly Johns’ paper chronicling her journey toward professional certification won top honors in competition.

Charlotte and pups

UF veterinary student receives AKC Scholarship

A second-year UF veterinary student has received an American Kennel Club scholarship.

Dr. Brad Case

College shows community commitment over the holidays

The college shows its commitment to the community in meaningful ways over the holidays.

Nancy the tortoise

Stray sulcata tortoise finds new home

The 40-pound tortoise was found wandering loose in High Springs. UF veterinarians were unable to locate her original owner, but one of their own took her in.

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