SVM Admissions Process CE
Wed., March 29, 7-8 p.m. • No CE credits
You’ve Got Mail! Understanding the UW School of Veterinary Medicine’s Admission Process
With record numbers of applications for veterinary school, the competition for acceptance is becoming stronger every year. Join Jenna Henshue, Director of Admissions at the UW School of Veterinary Medicine, as she explains the current process and what the future holds.
The WVMA is excited to announce its newest event, Summer School, being held August 4 and 5 at Madison College in Madison.
Madison College and the Veterinary Technician Program will be opening its facilities, along with its creative energy, to partner with the WVMA to design:
- Hands-on and classroom CE opportunities for veterinarians and/or their teams
- Updates on important matters affecting the Wisconsin veterinary community
- Connections to peers
- Connections to the current and future students of the veterinary technician programs from around the state
Interested in Teaching at Summer School? Applications due March 31
Want to share a new trend, research, or technique? We are looking for a broad range of timely and engaging topics covering all categories. This is the perfect opportunity to share your research and knowledge, or even team teach with a peer. Wet labs, dry labs, and lecture/lab combos up to two hours in length are all welcome.
Complete or share our Instructor Application. All applications will be reviewed by the WVMA CE Committees and considered for online CE opportunities, including CE Palooza, in the fourth quarter. Questions? Get in touch with Bailey Quam Schultz at 608-257-3665 or email email@example.com.
For the good in all things
We are a community of individuals committed to advancing the cause of veterinary medicine in the state of Wisconsin.
Come Join Us
Success starts with community. Come join us. Become a member today. Make new friendships and professional connections that will last a lifetime.
More than a profession
At the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association, we believe that being a veterinarian is more than just a profession.
The WVMA is daily monitoring and involved with policy and advocacy issues that affect veterinary medicine and small business. An outside legislative council of registered lobbyists works on behalf of WVMA members to ensure the veterinary medical field is represented and their views are heard.
The WVMA understands the importance of continuing education (CE). That’s why all CE events are open to entire clinic teams. Our Online Learning platform is home to a variety of opportunities in live webinar and on-demand formats offering a mix of scientific, non-scientific and leadership CE credits.
WVMA membership gives you access to an extensive classified advertising network posted online and in our monthly WVMA Voice newsletter. In addition, you will receive exclusive member discounts at select businesses that have aligned with the WVMA.
News and Industry Updates
WVMA members have access to our monthly WVMA Voice newsletter and receive electronic communications about issues and events important to veterinary medicine. Members also receive email alerts of breaking industry news to keep them informed.
As a WVMA member you are part of a community. Members have the ability to network with other veterinarians and clinic staff, as well as veterinary medical students. WVMA members find support from one another and as a result, new friendships are formed.
The WVMA is committee-based, so our members make the decisions and lead the association. There are countless opportunities to get involved and use your skills!