Become a FVSP Faculty Mentor

If you have never had the privilege of mentoring a veterinary student in sponsored research, it’s a fantastic experience. This is a great way to introduce extremely motivated students to your area of work. Due to the disparity between available funds and interested students, priority may be given to faculty able to support half ($2500) of the student stipend. Funding to conduct the research is not provided, thus projects proposed by faculty for students to complete must be currently funded.

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Faculty interested in FVSP

If you are interested in mentoring a student, please fill out and submit the following form. Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*).
  • Enter the names of the other faculty member(s) if you want this listed as a joint project.
  • Please provide three or four keywords that describe your research project of interest.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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