More than 400 vets met at the FCV-UNL in Santa Fe (Argentina)
During the session there were dissertations in thematic areas such as cattle, small animals, horses, pigs, birds and exotic animals
The Faculty of Veterinary Sciences of the National University of the Litoral (FCV-UNL) in Santa Fe (Argentina) received in April more than 400 graduates, in Graduate Month, which brought together veterinarians of all ages. During the session Â there were dissertations in thematic areas such as cattle, small animals, horses, pigs, birds and exotic animals.
Invited lecturers, who are global experts in their areas, participated in the event such as the world expert in bovine reproduction, Raymond L. Nebel, from the United States. Nebel holds a BA from the University of Louisiana, a MA from the University of Maryland and a PhD from Virginia Tech. He is also an “emeritus professor” at Virginia Tech, awarded for “exemplary service to the university”,Â according to the press release fromÂ FCV-UNL collected by Veterinaria Digital.
On the other hand, among the attendees were: Dr. MatÃas Stangaferro who is a graduate and teacher of the FCV-UNL and also belongs to the University of Cornell (United States); of the Veterinary Doctor Leonardo Ortemberg referring to small animals; of the Veteterinary Doctor, Juan Carlos Troiano, in exotic animals and of doctors Guillermo Grande and Carlos Espinosa Buschiazzo (UBA), in equines; professors of the FCV…
In the inaugural act, the dean of the FCV, Mgter. Humberto Occhi, mentioned: “It is an honor to meet again with so many former Â students and know their life experiences. You are the ones that are part of the co-government; you are the ones who have to demand changes, you are those who appropriate knowledge and are developing their action in the territory, you are the link between the environment and the University. âFinally, he thanked the work of the Organizing Committee of the II Forum of Graduates.
The Month of the Graduate “for the UNL is to think beyond to meet again with our graduates. Our mission is to train critical professionals and this means that our graduates not only think of themselves as ambassadors, but that they are really the ones who are called to transform reality, you must be protagonists of your time and this means that the University must provide accompaniment every day “, assessed the rector.