Penn Vet students think broadly about the world and how they can influence it for the better. We hear from four—second- to fourth-year students—who tell us their stories in their own words.
Penn Vet alumna Dr. Kristin Jankowski, V’94, has created a free monthly One Health Clinic for dogs and cats, embedded in a community-based human health clinic.
Dr. Craig McLahan, from Penn Vet's Class of 2002, opened Bridgeport Veterinary Hospital last summer, bringing to life a space that stood vacant for years.
Jim and Joey Hertzler, owners of the nearly 100-year-old Summit Level farm, frequently use the expertise of Dr. Joe Bender and the Center for Animal Health and Productivity to refine the success of their dairy.
Penn Vet’s Shelter Medicine program continues its mission to improve the lives of the city’s most at-risk animals. Its new mobile clinic will help cover even more ground by operating onsite at shelters or in neighborhoods through community partnerships,
Last year, Penn Vet launched The Power of Penn Vet, a $130 million campaign falling under the University’s larger campaign. With four priorities, The Power of Penn Vet’s goal is to help the School maintain its position as a leader in veterinary medicine and major force in defining the field’s future.
Get to know Professor of Agricultural Systems Zhengxia Dou.