Office of Engagement

Learn morea bout the Office of Engagement

Office of Engagement

Fostering mutually-beneficial relationships that improve our communities and the veterinary profession. Learn more > 

Learn morea bout the Office of Engagement

Alumni Relations

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Learn more about our International Programs

International Programs

Engaging students, faculty, and staff in a diverse and evolving global society. Learn more > 

Learn more about the Office of Lifelong Learning

Office of Lifelong Learning

Educating today's team to impact tomorrow. Learn more > 

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Public Affairs and Communications

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Learn more about P - 12 Programs

P - 12 Programs 

Partnering with parents, schools, teachers, counselors, and communities to develop our future health care workforce. Learn more > 

Learn more about our Traveling Exhibits

Traveling Exhibits

Producing educational exhibits for museums and science centers. Learn more > 

Learn more about PVM's Extension programs

Veterinary Medicine Extension

Delivering practical applications of research to Indiana's livestock owners. Learn more > 

The PVM Office of Engagement promotes and supports the application of learning and discovery to foster long-term, mutually-beneficial relationships that improve our communities and the veterinary profession.

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Alumni Relations

International Programs

Lifelong Learning

P-12 Programs

Public Affairs and Communications

Veterinary Medicine Extension

NIH SEPA: Fat Dogs & Coughing Horses Program

NIH SEPA: This is How We "Role" Program

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