APLU and AAVMC
are broadly supportive of the goals articulated in President Obama's executive order and the framework provided in the PCAST report.
Zoetis chose to partner with AAVMC
on the basis of the organization's proximity to the students they are attempting to assist with the scholarship program.
Distinguished Teacher Award recognizes excellence in professional veterinary medical education and is presented to an educator whose sustained record of teaching excellence and ability, dedication, character and leadership has contributed significantly to the advancement of the profession.
and the AVMA have historically worked closely together in providing leadership for the profession.
is a non-profit membership organization working to protect and improve the health and welfare of animals, people and the environment by advancing academic veterinary medicine.
The goal of the AAVMC
Distinguished Teacher Award is to recognize excellence in veterinary professional education and Dr.
Mary Anna Thrall, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, Receives 2012 AAVMC
Distinguished Teacher Award, Presented by Zoetis
The Recognition Lecture is an annual honor given by the AAVMC
to an individual whose leadership and vision has made a significant contribution to academic veterinary medicine and the veterinary profession.
is committed to proactively working with our members and partners to address these challenges and we will continue to advocate for more public and private support for veterinary medical education.
Maccabe strongly believes that AAVMC
represents the future of veterinary medicine.
His observation aligns with the recommendations outlined in The Roadmap for Veterinary Medical Education in the 21st Century: Responsive, Collaborative, Flexible, a report produced by the AAVMC
as part of the North American Veterinary Medical Education Consortium (NAVMEC), which calls for an emphasis on the competencies required for practice.
WASHINGTON, March 14, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Veterinarians, veterinary medical educators, and veterinary industry representatives often turned their attention to economic issues this past weekend at the 2012 Annual Conference of the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC
), which was preceded by the second economic summit between the AAVMC
and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), an association of professional veterinarians.