Sponsored by the Central Luzon group and led by the Batch President, Dr. Roselito Baylon, Block 24 of Batch '79 from the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine- Central Luzon State University gathered once again for a reunion where they reminisced their past, pondered on their present and planned for the future.
A total of 27 alumni attended the one-day event. The day commenced with a short program at the Oscar D. Quines Hall which started with a prayer of Dr. Romeo Gundran then followed by the recognition of attendees by Dr. Lucia Rigos and welcome address from the College Alumni Coordinator, Dr. Noraine Medina. They had a glimpse and took photos not only of and with their batchmates but also of the progress that the college had experienced throughout the years.
The Dean of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, Dr. Virginia M. Venturina put up with another role as the Second Member of the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Council on Veterinary Medicine by the Philippine Regulations Commission (PRC) after taking oath last August 1, 2019 at the Philippine International Convention Center, Pasay City.
Tarlac City, Tarlac- Five (5) faculty members from the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine-Central Luzon State University were given the infrequent opportunity to observe the day-to-day farm business operations of the Charoen Pokphand Foods Inc. in their "Getting to Know CPF" experience last July 25 to 26, 2019.
Antimicrobial resistance, highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) and bovine tuberculosis (TB) were the foci of the expert talks during the "Seminar on Important Pathogens" organized by the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine last July 5, 2019 at the Oscar D. Quines (ODQ) Hall, CVSM.
Dr. Sukolrat Boonyayatra, the Associate Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine-Chiang Mai University (FVM-CMU) provided an in-depth discussion on the status of bovine tuberculosis in dairy cattle in northern Thailand.