Animal and Veterinary Sciences Development Plan

Animal and veterinary sciences Development Plan

The Animal and Veterinary Sciences Endowment Fund was established to build upon our world-leading research with investment in teaching, research and facilities; and further develop opportunities for training generations of general practitioners and clinical specialists in compassionate and evidence-based veterinary care. 

An education in animal and veterinary sciences at the University of Adelaide prepares graduates to make a significant contribution to the health and welfare of animals and the sustainability of human society.Head of School, Professor Wayne Hein

The Development Plan comprises three Endowment Funds: Student and Teaching Support; Research Support; and Animal and Veterinary Sciences Evolution. Please expand details below for further information about these funds. 

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  • Student, Teaching and Research Support Fund

    Animal and veterinary sciences Development Plan

    The Student, Teaching and Research Support Fund incorporates a regional outreach summer camp program, relocation assistance and continuation awards, extra mural studies assistance, mentor support and an honours excellence initiative. 

    Details can be reviewed in the Development Plan.

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  • Research Support Fund

    Animal and veterinary sciences Development Plan

    Providing finance for ongoing projects as needed, independent of volatile government funding, the fund will ensure the School can attract and retain the best students and researchers to South Australia and increase the reputation and ranking as a research intensive institution.  

    This fund includes both the Research Training Fund and the Wildlife Research and Rehabilitation Initiative. 

    Details can be reviewed in the Development Plan.

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  • Animal and Veterinary Sciences Evolution Fund

    Animal and veterinary sciences Development Plan

    This fund will deliver game-changing initiatives which will enable the School to operate in a significantly higher league. 

    There are four development opportunities including the Clinical Internship - Residency Program; an Endowed Chair in Veterinary Clinical Research in Companion Animals; a Skills Simulation Centre; and a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) for the Companion Animal Health Centre.

    Details can be reviewed in the Development Plan.

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For a discussion about how you can support a specific area of the Animal and Veterinary Sciences Development Plan, please contact our Development Team on +61 8 8313 5800 or development@adelaide.edu.au.