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Midwestern University to Host College of Veterinary Medicine Open House
By Lisa Padilla - Tuesday Feb 25, 2020
Midwestern University to Host College of Veterinary Medicine Open House

Midwestern University, home of Arizona’s first veterinary school, is offering a free behind-the-scenes look at how the University is caring for Arizona’s animals and training tomorrow’s veterinarians.

The College of Veterinary Medicine at Midwestern’s Glendale Campus at 59th Avenue and Utopia Road will host an open house on Saturday, March 28 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Everyone from pet owners to ranchers to aspiring veterinarians is welcome to attend with their families to see the future of animal healthcare in Arizona. Expert faculty and veterinary students will be on hand to answer questions and showcase the College’s veterinary clinics and facilities. Over 20 interactive booths and exhibits will be available for the public.

Attendees will be treated to facility tours of the state-of-the-art Companion Animal Clinic, Equine, and Bovine Center, Diagnostic Pathology Center, and Mobile Clinics. Families will be able to see a variety of animals, watch a simulated cow birth, discover how pathology and forensics can help deter animal abuse and treat disease, and much more. Interested attendees can also learn about a career in veterinary medicine and opportunities available for veterinary graduates, such as maintaining a healthy food supply, researching and controlling infectious diseases, and advancing the science of animal health in connection with other healthcare disciplines.

For more information about the College of Veterinary Medicine Open House, please call 623-537-6360, or visit http://www.midwestern.edu/vetopenhouse.

By Tony Johns