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.
Photo: cat Cocoa Puff

‘A Culture of Compassion’

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When Geri Naymick learned that a memorial gift had been made to the School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) in memory of her cat Cocoa Puff by the team at Oregon Veterinary Clinic, she was beyond …


Loyalty at Length

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Mickey Michuda hasn’t always been a cat person. It was dogs who first held her heart, until she met her late husband Jim Baughman in 1990. As Michuda and Baughman began spending more time together, …

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine students in the classroom

Prioritizing Student Support

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Rebecca Brotzman DVM’07 can remember the pride she felt at the 2007 School of Veterinary Medicine Celebration of Excellence when, as a soon-to-be graduate, she was presented with an award for clinical proficiency in bovine …