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St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine Graduates Class of 2014

St. George’s University conferred Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees to 119 graduates at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall on Friday, June 13.  The 2014 class represents nine countries who join over 13,000 St. George’s University graduates in medicine, veterinary medicine, public health, and other professions and disciplines who have worked in over 50 countries around the world

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“Through your work in Grenada and in your own communities, you have demonstrated your understanding of the value of integrity, excellence, compassion, altruism, respect, empathy and service,” said Dr. Charles R. Modica, Chancellor of St. George’s University. “Now we challenge you to live these values in your practice of veterinary medicine.”

“Always remember that your success carries with it the responsibility for ensuring the health and welfare of your patients,” urged Dr. Timothy Ogilvie, Dean of SVM. “I charge you to dispatch this duty with the utmost reliability and kindness.”

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In a special feature during the ceremony, St. George’s University’s highest honor,  the Distinguished  Service Award, was bestowed on Dr. Jay Humburg, former  professor in Large Animal Surgery in recognition of his outstanding contribution  to  the  University. Dr. Humburg joined SVM shortly after its charter  in  1999  and  has  been highly instrumental in the development of Large Animal Surgery over the years.