College Showcase

Friday, June 9
1:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Takoda's Run Atrium, Level 1, Veterinary Center

Interested in helping mentor or recruit future Cornell veterinary students?
Here are some opportunities you might stop by to learn about:
>Opportunities to present at high school career programs or college pre-vet clubs:
>Pre-Health College Fairs
>Mentor a pre-vet student
>Sit on an alumni panel to discuss your career with pre-vets
>And more!

Animal Health Centers
Feline Health Center, Riney Canine Health Center, Wildlife Center, & Baker Institute for Animal Health
The Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine Animal Health Centers work to advance the health of dogs, cats, wildlife, people and the environment that supports us all through transformational discovery, innovative application, and impactful outreach.

Animal Health Diagnostic Center
The Animal Health Diagnostic Center is committed to providing unparalleled veterinary diagnostic services to meet the unique needs of our clients, while staying on the forefront of emerging diagnostic challenges. Through our highly-skilled staff, top-tier technology, and strong partnerships, we support and safeguard New York’s ability to recognize and respond to diseases that affect the health of animals, people, and the planet.

Biomedical & Biological Sciences PhD Program
The Biomedical & Biological Sciences (BBS) PhD Program is an interdisciplinary program consisting of outstanding graduate students conducting state-of-the-art basic, clinical and translational life sciences research alongside their world-renowned faculty mentors and other research professionals. Housed in the heart of biomedical research at the Cornell-Ithaca campus in the College of Veterinary Medicine, the BBS program takes advantage of outstanding research facilities, the vibrant Cornell undergraduate campus and strong links to the Weill Cornell Medical College campus in New York City. With over 130 BBS faculty members and 100 current BBS PhD students the BBS program is a close-knit community with limitless opportunities.

Center for Veterinary Business and Entrepreneurship
The Center for Veterinary Business and Entrepreneurship (CVBE) engages in research, education, and outreach activities focused on improving the business of veterinary medicine. The CVBE leverages the strengths of the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, and thought leaders from across the veterinary ecosystem to solve some of the most pressing challenges facing animal health today.

Educational Support Services & Continuing Education
Educational Support Services creates high-quality learning resources and continuing education events. Sitting at the intersection of education and technology, we support CVM faculty and staff on issues of teaching, learning and related technologies. The ESS team also develops continuing education experiences that bring our faculty’s expertise to the broader world. We seek to connect faculty with the platforms, opportunities, techniques to make a lasting impact and improve the field of veterinary education.

Flower-Sprecher Veterinary Library
Stop by and "check out" the happenings at the Flower-Sprecher Veterinary Library!  The library moved into its beautiful, new location in 2017, and is home to  an internationally recognized collection of materials on veterinary medicine and related fields, as well as the ever-popular Poisonous Plant Garden.  Not only a premier academic resource, the library is also a place where the CVM community can find a quiet moment to relax and refresh.

CVM Human Resources and CVM Well-being 
CVM HR staff will be available to discuss initiatives and programs that support our community throughout the employment life cycle. 
CVM Well-being will showcase the work that is being done to create, implement, and manage programming for staff, students, and faculty. 

Maddie's® Shelter Medicine Program
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine is a proud recipient of funding from Maddie's® Fund, helping to achieve a no-kill nation #ThanksToMaddie. It is also one of few veterinary colleges offering a comprehensive shelter medicine program. Faculty teach classes, offer a rotation for veterinary students in their clinical year, train new shelter veterinarians through an intensive one-year internship, engage in consultations with animal shelters and humane organizations, and conduct applied, clinical research in shelters.  Cornell’s students and interns in shelter medicine receive the most comprehensive training in the subject in the world. Since 2010, they have gone on to become leaders in the field, directing shelter medicine programs for national humane organizations, large regional animal shelters and academic programs. Veterinary students with shelter medicine training enter their communities poised to make a tremendous difference for shelter and community animals.

Master of Public Health Program 
Public health is a profession that bridges disciplines to prevent disease, promote health and wellbeing, and prolong life among populations. Given the nature of our interactive global community, public health is complex. This is why Cornell University offers a campus-wide Master of Public Health (MPH) Program to help build public health leaders who are inspired and trained to tackle diverse public health issues to ensure the health of people, animals, and the world in which we live.