Roseworthy Veterinary Alumni Network News
Sharing alumni stories and news from the industry and School of Animal and Veterinary Science.
World rankings: Veterinary Science breaks into top 50
For the first time, Veterinary Science at the University of Adelaide has joined the top 50 in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019.
“The University of Adelaide is ranked 43rd in the world for veterinary science and 4th in Australia,” says Professor Wayne Hein, Head of the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences and Dean of Roseworthy campus.
“This is a fabulous achievement for an 11-year-old veterinary school, and I congratulate and thank all the staff for the hard work, dedication and professionalism shown over that short journey.”
Over the years we have featured alumni from the School of Animal and Veterinary Science in our Lumen magazine. Read some of the stories below.
Pip Edwards: Preparing pups for community service
Read about Pip's passion for training man's best friend.
School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences - ten years producing world class graduates
The people and passion behind SA’s only vet school
Vet students impress in Africa
Dehorning rhinos, rescuing injured lions and capturing wild buffalo for disease checks are just a few of the unique activities that can be experienced by University of Adelaide veterinary students in a fascinating final-year elective.
Research to protect Loskop's leopards
Declan Morris has been fascinated by big cats and their conservation since his first zoo visit as a child.