Reunion and Comeback 2015 - Recap
Alumni returned to campus to celebrate milestone class reunions, earn C.E. credits, and, to enjoy one another’s company during reunion weekend September 19-20. Those who arrived early in the day on Saturday enjoyed a TUVAA-hosted lunch at Volturno Pizza and a tour of the Wormtown Brewery in Worcester. During Saturday’s culminating awards banquet, Faculty Hall of Fame honors were bestowed on Dr.John Berg and the Outstanding Alumni Award was presented to Dr. John de Jong, A78, V85.
Alumni Are Cummings School’s Best Ambassadors.
Announcing a new recognition program to honor your leadership
What Drives Ebola
As the deadly disease attacks West Africa, Tufts expert in the virus, Dr. Jonathan Epstein, V02, explains its origins and ecology and the best ways to fight its spread.
“The majority of cases are due to human-to-human transmission where people are having close contact with sick friends or relatives,” says Jonathan Epstein.
Photo: an Ebola virus. Credit: CDC/Cynthia Goldsmith
Greetings from Dr. Dan Hebert, V01
It was my honor this fall to take over the reins of the Tufts University Veterinary Alumni Association from Dr. Bill Rosenblad… I can only hope to carry on by his example as we continue to tap the resource that has made Tufts one of the best veterinary schools in the country: its alumni.
Alumni of Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine are active citizens, and ambassadors of Tufts, who are working around the world to heal, help and improve the wellbeing of animals and humans alike.
We invite a continuance of lifelong engagement among Cummings School alumni through a variety of opportunities to give back, volunteer and network with each other and with students. We wish to share your experiences and strengthen the connections for generations of veterinary professionals—with each other, and with the school.