Celebrate the season with your canine pals in the first ever NC State Reindog Parade!
Judges will award prizes from Unleashed for winners of the festive finery and holiday-best behavior contests. Join us on the hearth, the lawn and brick paths, in front of the main administration building of the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University.
Help your dog enjoy the holidays safely. Veterinary students from the Student Chapters of the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior and the American Association of Veterinary Nutrition, along with the Student Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society will be present to provide tips on nutrition and toy suitability, as well as avoiding holiday health hazards.
Remember the event with a courtesy digital snapshot of you and your dog(s) with Santa provided by the Friends of the Library.
Event schedule (weather permitting)
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Santa Photos and Educational Displays
1:30 pm – 2:00 pm Festive Finery Contest *
2:00 pm – 2:30 pm Reindog Parade *
2:30 pm – 3:00 pm Best Holiday Behavior Contest *
* The festive finery contest is the only activity requiring some sort of costume. No costumes are required for the reindog parade, photos, or behavior contest.
No pet should be hungry for the holidays! Admission to the event is a donation of pet food or a monetary (cash or check) contribution to the Safe Haven Pet Food Pantry who will be present at the event to receive donations.
Advance registration requested–see online form. If you include your email in the registration, we will send a reminder a few days before the event.
For directions, see http://www.cvm.ncsu.edu/directions/. Free parking during the Saturday event is available in all the locations labeled C or CC on the map.
Comparative Biomedical Sciences
Campylobacter Dynamics in Conventional and Antimicrobial-Free (ABF) Swine and their Environment
by Macarena Paz Quintana Hayashi
Comparative Biomedical Sciences
Investigation of Natural Killer Cells in Chronically Feline Immunodeficiency Virus Infected Cats
by Rita De Cássia Simões
Jenicek, Milos, 1935- Elsevier’s veterinary assisting textbook
Sirois, Margi. Occupational safety and health in the emergency services
Angle, James S. Death, decomposition, and detection dogs : from science to scene
Stejskal, Susan M. Smith & Tanagho’s general urology. Mining the biomedical literature
Shatkay, Hagit. Essential equine nutrition
Waldron, L. A. (Lucy A.) BSAVA Manual of Small Animal Practice Management and Development.
Clarke, Carole. Kaplan & Sadock’s pocket handbook of psychiatric drug treatment
Sadock, Benjamin J., 1933- The healthy bird cookbook : a lifesaving nutritional guide & recipe collection
Deutsch, Robin. Chickens : physiology, diseases and farming practices BSAVA manual of canine and feline haematology and transfusion medicine Small animal internal medicine for veterinary technicians and nurses Veterinary emergency and critical care procedures
Hackett, Tim B. The black rhinos of Namibia : searching for survivors in the African desert
Bass, Rick, 1958- Management of pregnant and neonatal dogs, cats, and exotic pets Exotic animal medicine : review and test Veterinary euthanasia techniques : a practical guide Cardiac electrophysiology : from cell to bedside Wildlife detective : a life fighting wildlife crime
Stewart, Alan. Equine health and emergency management
Reserve lists for DVM courses will be taken from each faculty’s online course syllabus published as of Saturday, December 1st. Required (and optional) texts and library reserve titles will be entered in Reserves Direct, the Libraries’ online reserve management system.
If you need to put materials on reserve for other courses, please give us a reserve list (or email it as an attachment to email@example.com) by Monday, December 3rd. In addition to your name and course name/number, provide complete citations (title, author, edition) for titles desired.
All personal materials (both books and media) listed on the syllabus or reserve lists should also be brought to the Library by Monday, December 3rd.
For information on VML reserves services and the online reserve management system, go to http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/vetmed/services/reserves.html. If you need assistance or have questions, please contact Jackie Gadison at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 513-6218.
Just in time for finals week, we have added new dual headed LED desktop study lamps for the east carrels. These are not attached to the desk, so that you may place them wherever on the desk provides you the most illumination. The necks of the lamps are very adjustable as well, just hold on to the base as you change the position.
Thanks to the house officers and graduate students for suggesting stronger lighting to their representatives on the CVM Library and Education Resources Committee.
Need to add a small amount of printing value to your AllCampus account and can’t get to the Talley Center on main campus?
The convenience fee for making online deposits of $10.00 or less via credit card has been reduced to $0.25. All info on making deposits is at http://onecard.ncsu.edu/allcampus-network/allcampus-account/make-deposit/
When you go online to make a deposit, you now have two choices–the new option for small deposits of $10 or less for a $0.25 fee, as well as the regular option to make any amount of deposit with the $2.00 fee. Deposits made at the AllCampus desk in Talley do not incur a convenience charge, even if you pay with a credit card.
Thank you to the members of the CVM Library and Education Resources Committee for advocating for this change. If you have any questions or comments about printing at NCSU, please visit http://oit.ncsu.edu/wolfprint/wolfprint-welcome.
Dear CVM Colleagues,
As studying for DVM finals is upon us, I am reminded to share the Library room scheduling policy during DVM exam periods. All spaces in the library should be as available as possible to students on a first come, first served basis from November 14 (Wednesday) through Nov. 21 (Wed) at 9 AM.
The only scheduleable activities are 1) testing, and 2) official exam reviews organized by CVM/instructors. Due to the demand, students may not schedule library individual or group spaces for studying during finals periods–all spaces are first come, first served. Individuals occupying group spaces may be asked by a group to relocate. Groups should be cognizant that the walls between rooms are thin and so those studying in groups should try to keep to normal conversational volume.
If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know (919-513-6218 or email@example.com) and good luck on your exams!
The Special Collections Research Center will continue its tradition of a show-and-tell event at the Design Library with the “Fall Special,” on Wednesday, Oct. 24th. This is an exciting chance to see a sampling of the rare books and other materials that Special Collections has to offer without leaving the comfort of the College of Design! Subject areas include Entomology, Art and Design, Architecture, and Graphic Design. The Special Collections Research Center’s digital resources, useful tools in your research projects, will also be highlighted. Stop by the Design Library between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm on October 24th and bring your curiosity!
NC State faculty, staff, and students are now able to benefit from a rich business and demographics dataset that is provided by ESRI. Components include Business Analyst Online, Business Analyst Desktop, and Community Analyst. These services are being made available at no cost for teaching and classroom use only.