The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is preparing for its American Veterinary Medical Association accreditation visit next April, an event which occurs once every 7 years, and needs the help of its alumni. Dr. Lori Kogan, the College Outcomes Assessment Coordinator, will be mailing a survey to alumni in August as part of the College’s self-study.
“The opinions of our graduates about the Professional Veterinary Medical (PVM) Program at CSU are important to us, as well as to the AVMA accreditation team,” said Dr. Pete Hellyer, Association Dean of the PVM program. “We hope our alumni will take the time to share their opinions and insights with us as we strive to improve the ways in which we prepare our students to enter veterinary professions.”
Dr. Kogan and Ms. Ruth White also will be available at the CVMA Conference on Saturday, Sept. 8, in Copper Mountain to gather opinions about the PVM program via 10-minute personal interviews. Please watch for specific details on room location and times at the convention.