VPMP Scholarship Announcement

May 26, 2016

Allison Culp

Allison Culp

Cody Land

Cody Land

Leslie Lundewall

Leslie Lundewall

Alexandra Osborne

Alexandra Osborne

Holly Renner

Holly Renner

Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine students will have an added advantage over their fellow new graduates in the job market, thanks to their participation in a graduate-level professional development program, the Veterinary Practice Management Program (VPMP).

Five Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2019 students have been awarded scholarships to attend VPMP, an intensive, four-module program co-sponsored by PVM and Purdue's Krannert School of Management.

Alexandra Osborne, Cody Land, Leslie Lunderwall, Holly Renner and Allison Culp were awarded partial scholarships for VPMP, and will complete 72-hours of graduate-level instruction on current business and management issues for veterinarians and practice managers. The five students will study alongside professional veterinarians, veterinary technicians and practice managers during the 18-month program.

VPMP modules occur on weekends – Thursday evening through Sunday – and are organized by subject matter. Courses cover Human Resource Management; Accounting & Financial Management; Marketing; and Strategic Thinking. Classes are tailored to the veterinary professional and are held at Krannert Center for Executive Education on Purdue's West Lafayette campus.

The next VPMP starts late September 2016. Visit vet.purdue.edu/vpmp to learn about the program's faculty, schedule, costs and more. Contact Marti Burns with Purdue Veterinary Medicine at 765-494-0611 or mhburns@purdue.edu for more information.

Save $350 on VPMP tuition by filling in the request-for-information form at http://programs.krannert.purdue.edu/executive/vpmp/.

Writer: Nicole Brooks, pvmnews@purdue.edu


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