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October Vet-Med Educator

Renowned Economist and Education Policy Expert to Present Keynote Address at AAVMC Annual Conference Dr. Anthony Carnevale, an internationally recognized economist and human resources/education policy expert, will be a keynote speaker at the AAVMC’s Catalyze 2022 Annual Conference March 3-5, 2022, at the Watergate Hotel in Washington, DC.   Dr. Carnevale is a research professor and […]

September 2021 Vet-Med Educator

Pulitzer Prize Winner, 1619 Project Creator Nikole Hannah-Jones to Keynote AAVMC Conference Pulitzer-prize winning writer Nikole Hannah-Jones will present a keynote address during the AAVMC’s upcoming annual conference March 3-5 at the historic Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C. Hannah-Jones, who won a Pulitzer Prize for Commentary as the creator of the 1619 Project, is a […]

August 2021 Vet-Med Educator

August 2021 Planning Underway for the AAVMC’s “Catalyze 2022” Annual Conference at Washington’s Famed Watergate Hotel Planning is underway the AAVMC’s 2021 Annual Conference & Iverson Bell Symposium “Catalyze 2022” at Washington D.C.’s famous Watergate Hotel March 3-5, 2021. The meeting is expected to be hybrid: it will be live and in-person, but it will […]

July 2021 Vet-Med Educator

AAVMC/APLU Gene Editing Task Force Recommends ‘Remodeling’ Federal Regulatory Landscape Gene editing in agricultural animals has the potential to unleash enormous gains in productivity. But in order for those gains to be realized, “a remodeling of the federal regulatory landscape is needed.” That’s the conclusion of a panel of experts convened by the AAVMC and […]

June 2021 Vet-Med Educator

2020-2021 Annual Data Report Published The number of underrepresented students in veterinary medicine (22.2 percent) is higher than ever before and total enrollment grew by three percent over the year before. Those are just two of the highlights gleaned from the AAVMC’s 2021 Annual Data Report, now available on the AAVMC website. Constructed from the […]

May 2021 Vet-Med Educator

PREP Act Changes Clear the Way for Veterinarians to Contribute to Mass Vaccination Effort AAVMC member institutions have been battling the pandemic since it began. While many of our colleges and schools are providing research and diagnostic support, several are now engaged in an even more “hands-on” effort: assisting with vaccine administration. That opportunity to […]

April 2021 Vet-Med Educator

AAVMC Changing Its Name The AAVMC has changed its name from the American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges to the American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges. The wording change, although subtle, now correctly denotes that our international members are part of an American-based association, linked by a common accreditation system. In contrast, the former name […]

March 2021 Vet-Med Educator

AAVMC’s Inaugural Virtual Conference Real Success in Every Respect A record 365 attendees tuned into the AAVMC’s first virtual conference, “Catalyze 2021: Connect and Innovate in the Face of Global Challenges,” March 3-5. 2021. Conference officials noted registrants representing 37 U.S. schools, 20 international schools (including 14 from the University of Seoul in South Korea) […]

February 2021 Vet-Med Educator

AAVMC’s Inaugural Virtual Annual Conference Expected to “Light it Up” Meeting and conference planners are putting the final touches on the first virtual presentation of an AAVMC annual conference: “Catalyze 2021: Connect & Innovate in the Face of Global Challenges.” The meeting will be held March 3-5 from noon through 6 p.m. daily. Originally planned […]

January 2021 Vet-Med Educator

New York Times Best-selling Author Robin DiAngelo to Keynote AAVMC Annual Conference Robin DiAngelo, author of the New York Times best-selling book “White Fragility: Why it’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism,” will present a keynote address during the AAVMC’s annual conference on March 5 at 3 p.m. DiAngelo, a consultant, educator […]