2013 APVMA Symposium held at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine
The 2013 American Pre-Veterinary Medical Association (APVMA) Symposium was held on March 1-3 at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine (UFCVM).
To view a story about the event in our internal newsletter, The Veterinary Page, click here. To view the story as covered in the Gainesville Sun, click here.
The original post relating to the APVMA Symposium appears below:
The APVMA Symposium is an event designed to promote pre-veterinary interest in professional veterinary medicine. The Symposium provides an opportunity for pre-veterinary students to meet and interact with veterinarians through labs and lectures covering a number of different fields and career paths. The Symposium is held each year at different colleges of veterinary medicine within the United States, and the UFCVM is looking forward to the opportunity of using its state-of-the art hosptials and teaching spaces to support this initiative.
The Symposium will begin Friday night, March 1, 2013, with a banquet and sign-in at the Hilton University of Florida Conference Center in Gainesville (Contract Pending). Labs and lectures will be scheduled from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Saturday, March 2, 2013. Advanced registration will be required for labs and lectures. A nominal fee will be required to register for the Symposium (TBD). In addition, all pre-vet attendees must be registered members of the APVMA. Please visit the APVMA website to become a registered member.
The (APVMA) is a national organization of students whose goal is to stimulate interest in the field of veterinary medicine, provide open communication between pre-veterinary clubs and organizations nationally, provide resources to students on pursuing the field of veterinary medicine, and holding the annual national APVMA symposium.
2013 UFCVM APVMA Website – Links to registration and hotel accomodations can be found here. APVMA Symposium Registration is expected to go-live on or around December 1, 2012.