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THE FUTURE TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE

Rural veterinarians play a critical role in protecting America’s food and fiber industries. A critical veterinarian shortage threatens rural communities and livestock industries. Responding to that need, Texas Tech University is establishing Texas’ first veterinary school in 100 years. Located in Amarillo – the heart of our nation’s livestock industry – this innovative school of veterinary medicine is purpose-built from the ground up.

Download a PDF with more information about the need for the Texas Tech University School of Veterinary Medicine in the Texas Panhandle.

 

INNOVATION

Texas Tech has a proud history of serving rural communities through improved health care and discoveries in animal science. This expertise will contribute to the success of a veterinary medicine school conceived for the 21st century.

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GRADUATES

Texas Tech is known for graduating career-ready graduates who are prepared to hit the ground running. With the worsening shortage of veterinarians, such practice-ready graduates are of increasing demand in veterinary medicine.

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ONE HEALTH

The health of humans is intrinsically connected to the health of animals. “One Health” is an integrative movement that fosters innovation through interdisciplinary research and collaboration. By sharing a campus with TTUHSC-Amarillo, the School of Veterinary Medicine will be the first of its kind co-located with a medical school and pharmacy school, presenting a unique opportunity to advance One Health concepts.

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“Everything that is done on these West Texas Plains ought to be on a big scale. It is a country that lends it self to bigness. It is a country that does not harmonize with things little or narrow or mean. Let us make the work of our college fit with the scope of our country. Let our thoughts be big thoughts and broad thoughts. Let our thinking be in worldwide terms.”

-Paul Whitefield Horn, First President of Texas Technical College

 
 

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