Cummings School announces 2014 Service Fund recipients

Nine Grafton and Westborough non-profits receive grants NORTH GRAFTON, MASS., July 10, 2014 –Local non-profit programs addressing a variety of needs from community arts, STEM education to elementary through high school enrichment will get a boost in funding this year...

Merial Veterinary Scholar award presented to a Cummings School student

Nida Intarapanich, V16, wins honor for her research on animal abuse Selected from a competitive applicant pool of students from the 28 veterinary schools around the country, Nida Intarapanich, a student from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts...

Can dogs help kids lose weight?

Cummings School veterinarian to study benefits of pets in reducing childhood obesity

Commencement 2014

Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University has had much to celebrate this academic year. The school marked its 35th anniversary and the 30th anniversary of the Tufts Wildlife Clinic. And on May 18 at 3 p.m., New England’s only veterinary school hosted...

Is There an App for That?

Videos and tablets facilitate veterinary students’ transition from the classroom to the clinics

Caring for the Equine Athletes

Ultrasound is used widely in small animal medicine for detecting things like intestinal blockages and tumors or assessing heart function. But very few academic veterinary medical centers have a large animal ultrasound service. At Cummings School, Dr. Wade Tenney saw...

Dean’s Awards Dinner 2014

Members of the Class of 2014 were honored at the Dean’s Award Dinner on May 14th. The event was attended by faculty, students, friends and family. Dean Deborah Kochevar, D.V.M., Ph.D., served as master of ceremonies. Photos by Andrew Cunningham. 2014 HONORS AND AWARDS...

New Tool to Aid in Dolphin Strandings

Blood values, other indicators can better enable responders to triage care

Remembering the Rwandan Genocide

Paul Kagame, president of Rwanda, spoke at Tufts about his country’s painful past and hopeful future.  In introducing Kagame to the Tufts audience, President Anthony P. Monaco noted that the university is directly involved with Rwanda in a number of ways. The Cummings...

Animal Economics

With training in veterinary medicine and policy, Emerson Tuttle looks to mitigate the losses caused by foot-and-mouth disease