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Thank You to all of you who have chosen to support the University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine and its important work on behalf of animal, human, and public health. Your gifts are essential for expanding and improving our academic, patient services, clinical research, and public service programs.

Please note that the annual honor roll of donors reflects gifts received and pledges made to the College of Veterinary Medicine between July 1, 2010 and June 30, 2011. We have made every effort to insure that everyone making a gift or pledge to the college, including its recording on the UT development system, during this time period has been included at the appropriate giving level. Please do let us know if we need to make additions or corrections for you or your organization at cvmdev@utk.edu.

THANK YOU FROM ALL OF US AT UTCVM!

Sincerely,
James P. Thompson, DVM, PhD
Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine












We also thank all the people who make contributions to the several gift boxes located throughout the Veterinary Medical Center!

A New Teaching and Learning Center for UTCVM



TLC01
  • 9500 sqft new construction
  • 1475 sqft renovated space
  • Estimated construction cost $2,055,500

TLC02
  • 124 capacity lecture room
  • 90 capacity computer classroom
  • Two 40 capacity teaching rooms
  • Kitchen and vending room with serving counter
  • 20 x 130 ft concourse
  • Large restrooms

TLC03
  • A - Computer Lab
  • B - Seating
  • C - Atrium concourse
  • D - Restrooms
  • E - Kitchen
  • F - Existing Building

The new Teaching and Learning Center is designed to help address needed instructional improvements in the College of Veterinary Medicine, based on the present inadequacy of 35 year-old instructional facilities and the college’s recent move to admit larger numbers of veterinary students. Existing classrooms lack sufficient space and the latest in instructional technology expected in today’s teaching and learning environment. The plan also provides much-needed student interaction and college-wide activities space that will be provided by the atrium concourse.

Naming opportunities are available for the spaces making up the Center and for the Center itself. Please contact W. Blake Hudson for more information at 865.974.4379 or whudson@utfi.org.


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