IVSP Student Summer Research Program. and the Morris Student research Program. 
IVSP - $5,000.00 per student 
Morris - $4,000.00 per student 
Apply for both with Dr.  Kathryn Gibson 
application due to by January 19, 2015. 


Application can be found on our Facebook page:
Applications for 2015 AVMA Student Externship Opportunities are posted!
The AVMA offers assistance to students seeking to broaden their education through externship experiences in diverse areas of veterinary medicine. Two AVMA externship programs offer students a chance to work directly with the association to improve the lives of veterinarians across the United States while learning about the work of the AVMA and the role AVMA plays in shaping veterinary medicine. These externships are offered either at AVMA Headquarters in Schaumburg, IL or our Governmental Relations Division in Washington, D.C. We also offer externship stipends that provide funding for qualifying students while they perform their veterinary externships elsewhere.
AVMA Governmental Relations Division (GRD) Externships
Application Deadline: October 17, 2014

AVMA Externship Stipends
Application Deadline: January 15, 2015
AVMA Headquarters Externship
Application Deadline: March 15, 2015
Applications may be found online by visiting listed under SAVMA Events & Opportunities. For more information, please contact Jackie Ross at
Lesbian Gay Veterinary Medical Association - 2014 Student Leadership Awards
The LGVMA is proud to offer three leadership grants in the Fall of 2014 to veterinary medical students, each in an amount not to exceed $1,500, for leadership activities and/or programs that are aligned with the LGVMA organizational mission and vision. Details about the mission and vision of the LGVMA can be found on their website at: or visit their Facebook page
Application DEADLINE: November 1, 2014
Grant Recipients to be announced: December 1, 2014
Email any questions or submissions to

SAVMA Education and Professional Development Committee has a great scholarship opportunity:

"Interested in an aspect of veterinary medicine not addressed in your school’s veterinary curriculum? Looking for funding for a unique wet lab or lecture topic?"
The Education and Professional Development Committee is offering a grant to veterinary student organizations to provide funding for wet labs or lectures supplementing their college’s curriculum.
Our vision for this grant is for student organizations or clubs to design either a lecture and/or wet lab for a topic to which students would not otherwise be exposed. Four $200 dollar grants will be offered, and winners will be chosen by the committee in November.
All submissions can be for an upcoming event or for reimbursement of the event, depending on the date of the proposed event.
Applications must be submitted by a student who is a member in good standing with SAVMA.
Please return completed grant to: SAVMA Education and Professional Development Committee (Vaughn Fish,; subject: FALL Grant 2014)

The application can be located on our Facebook Page at
Morris Animal Foundation's Veterinary Student Scholars Program! 

Call for proposals and who may apply: 
Beginning Thursday, October 2, 2014, Morris Animal Foundation will accept veterinary student proposals for mentored research from any accredited US college, university or school of veterinary medicine. New for 2014-2015 will be the opportunity for international veterinary students at accredited institutions to apply for mentored research grants.  Morris Animal Foundation is proud to offer 5 grants for international veterinary students this year.  Each institution (US and international) may still select and submit only one veterinary student project for review; grant monies will provide stipends for selected students.  Morris Animal Foundation encourages each institution to select and submit the very strongest student project based on scientific merit, relevance to animal health and adherence to Morris Animal Foundation’s policies and guidelines.  Proposals must be written by students, and submissions must be made online by the academic institution (limit one per institution).

Exciting Opportunities for students! 
Based on a rigorous scientific review of final reports submitted by student award recipients at the end of their projects, a select few will be invited to attend and present a poster at the Morris Animal Foundation Scientific Advisory Board and Trustee Meeting in June of 2016 in Denver, CO.  Students must submit final reports in the fall of 2015, reports will be reviewed and students will be notified in early 2016 if their project has been selected for poster presentation at the board meeting.  This will allow a great opportunity for a group of outstanding veterinary students to network and connect with the prestigious Morris Animal Foundation Scientific Advisory Board.

For more information... 
Veterinary Student Scholars 2014 - 2015 Guidelines:  CLICK HERE   
Veterinary Student Scholars 2014 - 2015 Online Application:  COMING SOON 
* Proposals will be accepted beginning Thursday, October 2, 2014 and due Thursday, February 5, 2015 *

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