What vet school could look likeFour-year programs? No. Blockchain technology? Yes. Income sharing? Perhaps. We have a lot to learn about veterinary education and how knowledge is shared and absorbed.
From the Editor
They’re in the Army NowThe U.S. Army Veterinary corps could offer opportunity for prospective students.
Vet med has suffered because of us?The following Viewpoint is a response to the commentary of Dr. Richard Lanier, “Industry Should Start a Veterinary School."
Texas Tech plans 2021 opening of veterinary schoolTexas Tech University has broken ground on a 185,000-square-foot academic building in Amarillo that is expected to become the centerpiece of a veterinary medicine program starting in fall 2021.
Driven to despairAre you struggling to pay off your veterinary school loans? An income-driven repayment plan can be a path to financial freedom for student borrowers.
Industry Should Start a Veterinary SchoolOne Today's Veterinary Business reader has a new idea for a DVM program driven by industry giants.
An unfair selection process
I graduated from Purdue University in May 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in animal science and a concentration in pre-veterinary medicine.
Midwestern U doesn’t have a distributive model
I would like to address the article on distributive veterinary education, which mentions Midwestern University [“The Future Has Arrived,” February/March 2019].