As the fourth and final year of veterinary college nears the end for the class of
2018, clinical instructors at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health
Sciences took a moment to recognize the clinical accomplishments of these soon-to-be
Congratulations to these OSU veterinary students for their hard work and clinical
skills development. Drs. Laura Nafe (left) and Danielle Dugat (right) presented the
Each year veterinary students attending offshore veterinary colleges have the opportunity
to complete their clinical training at a veterinary college stateside such as Oklahoma
State. This year for the first time, faculty instructors chose to recognize those
offshore students who excelled during their clinical training rotations at OSU’s Veterinary
Finally, two veterinary students completed a Graduate Certificate in a Shelter Medicine
program. Above and beyond their clinical rotations, this program required the students
to take an online curriculum.
A special round of applause for the dedicated faculty clinicians who diligently train
our veterinary students to be career ready upon graduation whether they go into private
practice, academia, biomedical research, the military, the pharmaceutical industry
or any other aspect of veterinary medicine.