Course name | Date
2022 Annual Conference
The AAVMC’s annual conference is considered one of the leading professional development events in international academic veterinary medicine. Hundreds of educators and other leaders from the veterinary medical profession gather every year for a ...
Category: Leadership
2023 CATALYZE
The AAVMC’s annual conference is considered one of the leading professional development events in international academic veterinary medicine. Hundreds of educators and other leaders from the veterinary medical profession gather every year for a ...
Category: Leadership
Admissions 2024 Webinar Series
The Admissions 2024 Webinar Series will feature webinars on various topics of interest to the admissions community, including webinars on aspects of the admissions process, admissions hot topics, admissions onboarding, VMCAS user webinars, and ...
Advising Future Veterinary Students
Advising the veterinary student will help you better understand the application process and shows you the tools to help your students.This course is available to all Pre-Veterinary & Pre-Health Advisors.
Category: Pre-Vet
Advocacy 101
Gain a basic understanding of the legislative process and veterinary medicine policy advocacy so that you can make sure your voice is heard loud and clear. This course demonstrates how, in a short period of time, you can influence critical ...
Book Club: Black, Brown, Bruised: How Racialized STEM Education Stifles Innovation
Join us for a book club discussing Black, Brown, Bruised: How Racialized STEM Education Stifles Innovation by Ebony Omotola McGee. Registration opens on June 27, 2022!
Book Club: The 1619 Project
Join us for a book club discussing The 1619 Project by Nikole Hannah-Jones. The book club will open for registration on Tuesday, January 11, 2021.
Book Club: Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?: And Other Conversations About Race
Join us for a book club discussing Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?: And Other Conversations About Race by Beverly Daniel Tatum, PhD. The book club will open for registration on Monday, August 23, 2021.
The goal of the CIVME is to promote collaboration, foster innovation and share best practices on a worldwide scale to advance the quality of teaching and learning in veterinary medical education. 
Deans Leadership Conference
The Dean’s Leadership Conference provides an opportunity for deans to consider and address the issues, opportunities and challenges shaping the future of academic veterinary medicine in a focused, executive environment. The meeting includes an ...
Category: Leadership
IDR Hub: Navigating the 2023-24 IDR
This course provides critical information for contacts completing the 2022-2023 IDR Surveys. This is your one-stop-shop for survey completion instructions, as well as resources to help you in that process. 
Category: Data Committee
Land Acknowledgement Training
This course uses an experiential process to teach the components of a successful Land Acknowledgement Statement and helps learners write a statement for their own organization.
Category: Leadership
Pathways to Change (P2C)
Pathways to Change (P2C)™Creating a Culture of Wellbeing by DesignGenerating organizational wellbeing solutions for veterinary medical education through evidence-based approaches, design-thinking, and change management practices.A Program with ...
Category: Wellbeing
Primary Care Veterinary Educators Mentorship Program
Primary Care Veterinary Educators (PCVE) Mentorship Community Aligns with PCVE Goals 2, 3, and 4.  A primary care veterinary educator provides instruction and training in primary care.PCVE mission: To advance and inspire primary care veterinary ...
Putting the Puzzle Together: Incorporating Professionalism into Admissions with Altus Assessments
You’ll learn about all the tools available through Altus Assessments and how they can be incorporated in your selection process to complement existing evaluations. As part of this discussion, we’ll review reliability and validity evidence for ...