Suggested Categories for United States Veterinary Colleges
Smith, Donald F.
Based upon an analysis of past and present data and geographical distribution of United States veterinary colleges, a nomenclature of categories is suggested that would describe the origin and classification in a manner that brings greater clarity to understanding their similarities and differences.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Veterinary Colleges in the United States; Veterinary Education; Land-grant; One Health; Midwestern University; Lincoln Memorial University; Tuskegee University; Private Veterinary Colleges; American Veterinary Medical Association; Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges
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