International students honored for achievements

International students

From left to right are Dr. Jorge Hernandez, director of graduate education for UFCVM, Pregnancy Sriwanayos, Myriam Jimenez, Nnanyelugo Gerald Odezulu, Maite De Maria Mulet and Rola Zeidan.

Five outstanding international graduate students from the UF College of Veterinary Medicine were honored for their scholarly achievements on Nov. 19 during the UF International Center’s annual campuswide Student Achievement Awards Ceremony.

The students received certificates in recognition of their scholarship accomplishments.

Veterinary medical college graduate students receiving certificates included Preeyanan Sriwanayos, of Thailand, mentored by Dr. Tom Waltzek; Myriam Jimenez, of Mexico, mentored by Dr. Owen Rae; Nnanyelugo Gerald Odezulu, of Nigeria, mentored by Dr. Steve Roberts; Maite De Maria Mulet of Uruguay, mentored by Dr. Nancy Denslow; and Rola Zeidan of Lebanon, mentored by Dr. Chris Vulpe.



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