Educational debt in the United States now exceeds $1.5 trillion. Many experts believe this level of debt represents a substantial threat to future economic wellbeing. This debt-load is the result of decades of rising tuition costs that have occurred across the spectrum of higher education and professional school, and it has certainly affected academic veterinary […]
The AAVMC commissioned a study to examine the professional development needs that would best serve faculty, academic staff and administrators in their dual role as scholars and leaders.
The AAVMC has developed recommendations for member institutions to consider as they re-engage veterinary medical students in clinical rotations at university owned and operated teaching hospitals, affiliated clinical sites and externship sites during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The AAVMC has published guidance concerning best protocols and standards for accommodating service animals within Veterinary Teaching Hospital environments.
As part of efforts to identify important trends, the AAVMC conducted a research analysis of the depth and quality of the 2018 applicant pool.
The AAVMC supports reciprocal short-term clinical training opportunities for students among member institutions.