TWO VETERINARY medicine graduates of the Central Luzon State University landed in the top 10 of the Aug. 26-28 Veterinary licensure examination. Landing second place was Dr. Justine Christian Gonzales, while Dr. Edith Cruz grabbed the 10th place. In the Agriculturists licensure exams held last July 29-31, CLSU alumnus Carlos Paul C. Pedracio (Batch 2008) landed eighth among more than 3,000 examinees throughout the country. Meanwhile, in the Agrucultural Engineering Licensure Exams, CLSU registered a passing percentage of 78.57 (11 passers out of 14 examinees) making it grab the No. 7 top performing school among 50 schools throughout the country which fielded their respective examinees and No. 2 top performing school with not less than 10 examinees.
Yasser C. Cabansag, a graduate of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM) last April 2011, and the 7th placer in this year’s Veterinary Licensure Examination emerged 2nd place in the Young Scientist Forum during the 38th Annual Convention of Philippine Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (PSBMB) held at the University of Santo Tomas, Manila last December 9.
The Central Luzon State University College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM) was tapped by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as the sole veterinary institution to deliver the Applied Veterinary Epidemiology Training (AVET) Program.
With this responsibility entrusted to CLSU, Dr. Romeo C. Gundran, CVSM dean,
Dr. Romeo S. Gundran, dean of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM), was hailed as 2011 Outstanding Veterinarian in Education by the Philippine Veteirnary Medical Association (PVMA).
Dr. Gundran received the award during the Fellowship Dinner of the Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations (FAVA)