VSCP to be highlighted in December edition of Career Pathway Webinars

The Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases’ (IIAD) Veterinary Science Certificate Program (VSCP) will be highlighted in the December edition of the National 4-H and Lockheed Martin Corporations’ Career Pathways Webinar. The webinar, scheduled for the Dec. 8, at 11 a.m., will be led by Joe W. Mask, Ph.D., assistant professor and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension […]

VSCP to be highlighted in December edition of Career Pathway Webinars

The Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases’ (IIAD) Veterinary Science Certificate Program (VSCP) will be highlighted in the December edition of the National 4-H and Lockheed Martin Corporations’ Career Pathways Webinars. IIAD is a Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Center of Excellence with programs focused on a variety of education initiatives, including youth education […]

Mask receives 2015 Multi-Cultural Team Award

Epsilon Sigma Phi Alpha Zeta Chapter recently presented the 2015 Multi-Cultural Team Award to a team leading the Veterinary Science Certificate Program (VSCP) in Fort Bend County. Included in the team is Joe Mask, Ph.D., an assistant professor and extension specialist with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service who is housed in the Institute for Infectious […]

Veterinary Science Certificate Program to be highlighted during Texas 4-H Virtual Conference

On Friday, September 2, 2016, Joe W. Mask, Ph.D., assistant professor and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension specialist, will be leading an online session on the Youth Veterinary Science project, which includes the Veterinary Science Certificate Program, during the 10 a.m. session of the Texas 4-H Virtual Conference. Volunteers, parents and Extension agents involved with Texas […]

4-H veterinary camp provides hands-on training to aspiring youth

COLLEGE STATION – Aspiring youth wanting to enter the veterinary animal health profession recently received week-long training that included hands-on demonstrations with beef cattle and horses, plus tours of the Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in College Station. The event coincided with Texas 4-H Roundup week. Upon completion of the week-long […]