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Diversity and Communication Travel Grant

Diversity and Communication Travel Grant
SAVMA's Integrative Communication and Diversity Committee

We are now awarding up to five $200 grants to deserving individuals who have attended or wish to attend a meeting or event that promotes diversity and communication within the veterinary profession. Read more about these exciting grants and fill out the application! Don't miss out! Examples of conventions, symposiums or other approved meetings include: SAVMA Symposium, AVMA Convention, and Iverson Bell Symposium. Application event eligibility: April 30th- September 15th.

Please visit this link to find out more and apply! For questions email


Disaster Relief Grant

Disaster Relief Grant for Veterinary Students

American Veterinary Medical Foundation

The American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) Disaster Relief Grants for Veterinarians are for the purpose of assisting veterinarians and veterinary students who have experienced an emergency need for basic necessities due to a disaster. The grants would cover items such as clothing, temporary housing, transportation and meals that were needed immediately following a disaster.

Grant amount: Up to $2,000 may be issued per grantee for out-of-pocket expenses incurred immediately following the disaster. A disaster would include, but is not limited to, flooding, earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires or oil spills in an area that has been declared a disaster area at the local, county, state or federal level.

The deadline to apply is within 9 months following a disaster. For more information visit the AVMF's website.


Symposium Experience

It is not too early to start thinking about SAVMA Symposium 2019. It will be held at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia March 9-11th. Click here for more details.


Avry Stolzman from Ross University shares her experience at SAVMA Symposium 2018 at UPenn. 

SAVMA Symposium has so much to offer for veterinary students today. Students from around the world are able to meet in a common place and establish networks that could last a lifetime. Students are exposed to many different topics of discussion that range from current research to helpful every day tips. Attendees also have multiple opportunities to experience hands on learning in different wet labs. Attending the 2018 SAVMA Symposium in Philadelphia this year not only supported my current knowledge base but encouraged and excited me for my future in veterinary medicine.  

While at the symposium, I attended many different seminars over various topics. I observed research on cancer therapy, antibiotic resistance, NAVLE study techniques, everyday bovine practice tips and techniques, and several other talks. The advances in cancer therapy continue to amaze me everyday. Veterinary medicine has come so far in not only therapy within animals but research for human cancers and diseases. As many are now aware, antibiotic resistance is not a joking matter. Veterinary medicine has unfortunately been the scapegoat for this rapidly progressing issue. We as doctors, and leaders in one health, need to be aware of what and how we are treating disease. I listened to tips from the developer of Zuku Review, on how to better prepare for the daunting NAVLE. He emphasized to stay calm, you know more than you realize! My favorite seminar was not the one with the biggest, most scientific words, it was one that was actually the exact opposite. I learned everyday tricks to make life easier in bovine practice. Things that are not taught in school but are practical for every day use. These are the things that can make or break a day. Outside of listening to different professionals in this field, I was able to participate in an equine ophthalmology wet lab. I was introduced to several different, commonly used techniques in repairing entropion and lacerations.

SAVMA Symposium allowed me to interact with veterinary students outside of my university. We as students get so caught up in our own little school/study world, that we forget there are others out there just like us, enduring the same grueling curriculum that we are. We are all here for the same purpose! Meeting these people was a nice reminder of that. I am grateful for my opportunity to attend the symposium before I graduate and the experiences I was able to take away from it!




Volume 53 Issue 3 Trivia Question:

What are the only type of fish that are catadromous, meaning they migrate to the ocean to spawn, versous Anadromous fish which migrate to freshwater to spawn such as salmon?





Answer: Eels, such as the American eel


*Maxbetter Vizelberg from Tufts University was the first student to respond with the answer.

You can find the next Trivia question on the Call for Submission tab of the Vet Gazette.



Conference Travel Grant

2017-2018 Conference Travel Grant
SAVMA's Education and Professional Development Committee 

Offering retrospective funding to veterinary students who attended any conference* from the dates of August 1st, 2017 to July 31st, 2018.

Attending a veterinary conference in a respective field of interest provides opportunities for students to network and learn about activities of professional veterinary organizations. Conferences also offer a variety of wet labs and CE sessions that students can attend. Therefore, the Education and Professional Development Committee has started a Conference Travel Grant opportunity to help offset the cost of attending any veterinary conference* from the dates of August 1st, 2017 to July 31st, 2018! Six awards will be given at $250 each and are available to any SAVMA member. Applications are due by Wednesday, October 31st, 2018 at 5 pm CT and can be found here!

*Please note, this application will NOT apply to SAVMA Symposium.

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