Education Across the Spectrum

Veterinary Clinical Sciences (VCS) faculty members are integral to the education of the many types of learners we have in the College of Veterinary Medicine. VCS faculty teach in both classroom and clinical settings and have an opportunity to teach third- and fourth-year veterinary students, small animal interns and residents, and students in the veterinary medicine and comparative and molecular biosciences graduate programs.

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Internship and residency opportunities

Veterinary Clinical Sciences is home to a wide variety of internship and specialty residency education. Programs offer trainees a comprehensive training experience at the Veterinary Medical Center - a cutting edge facility with the largest team of board-certified specialists in the Upper Midwest. 

All programs, with the exception of Clinical Pathology, use the Veterinary Internship & Residency Matching Program (VIRMP).

Learn more about all of the internship and residency programs that the College of Veterinary Medicine has to offer on our CVM Residency and Internship Programs page.

VCS Internship Opportunities: 

  • Small Animal Rotating Internship: Dr. Kelly Tart ([email protected]), Program Director
  • Urgent Care / Primary Care Internship: Dr. Kendra Dauenhaur ([email protected]), Program Director

VCS Residency Opportunities:

Graduate student education

VCS faculty teach and mentor students in the Veterinary Medicine and Comparative and Molecular Biosciences programs.  Learn more about the interesting PhD and MS programs!

DVM student education

VCS faculty are heavily involved in teaching, both in the classroom and on clinical rotation, for third and fourth year students in the DVM program.