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Making a Difference With Donor Support

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Hospital clients, clinic sponsors, alumni, community members, industry partners, and more — the UW School of Veterinary Medicine receives the gracious support of donors from all walks of life with gifts of all sizes, all …

From left to right, outreach specialist Courtney Halbach, Professor Nigel Cook, and owner Mark Keller at Kellercrest Holsteins in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. This summer, The Dairyland Initiative helped the farm evaluate their needs for transitioning from a naturally ventilated barn to a mechanically ventilated barn.

Successful Dairying Built on Cows’ Well-Being

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Since the onset of the COVID-19 global pandemic, The Dairyland Initiative hasn’t missed a beat. They hosted their first virtual workshops, offered virtual farm consultations, created guidelines to combat the spread of COVID-19, and incorporated …

Diverse Multiracial and Multicultural People of Different Ages and Gender

Committed to Inclusion

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From the perspective of Richard Barajas, diversity, equity, and inclusion are crucial for both the current and long-term success of the School of Veterinary Medicine. “Ultimately, we are preparing students to go out and be …

It’s About the Animals — and Humans, Too

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The UW Shelter Medicine Program within the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine provides a needed resource for at-risk animals and those who care for them each day. Directed by Sandra Newbury DVM'03, the program is a national leader — but it wouldn’t be at UW–Madison without the assistance of private support.