Future veterinarians will benefit from $1 million in donations to Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.
University officials announced today gifts and grants from the Kirkpatrick Family Fund, the McCasland Foundation, the Patricia Henthorne Estate and the Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation.
The money will create two endowed professorships and one chair within the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences and will help several areas including small animal internal medicine and bio-medical laser surgery.
A release from the university states that endowed faculty positions help universities attract the best candidates for positions.
Here’s hoping plenty of future veterinarians benefit from this generosity.
Staff Writer Dawn Marks