A collaboration between Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (Ross Vet) and the St. Kitts & Nevis Ministry of Agriculture will improve goat production on the island. Through the crossbreeding of local indigenous doe breeds with three Boer bucks from Florida, the project will help improve goat production and enhance the quality of livestock on the island within the next five to ten years.
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I was a student in the late 1990’s, the island and campus were like another island entirely compared to what you see today. You were immersed in the island life and the comradery that we had with our classmates and faculty was an experience I will never forget. I learned so much from my time in St. Kitts and from my professors and I hope to bring a little of that with me now as a teacher.
RUSVM) participated in the Career College Health Expo organized by the St. Kitts and Nevis Department of Labour. The fair was a component of its 2018 week of activities under the theme “Opening Doors, Creating Opportunities through Service & Empowerment.” The expo was held on Saturday February 23 in Independence Square and welcomed those interested in employment with Ross Vet, and prospective students.
As former president of the Student Chapter of American Veterinary Medical Association (SCAVMA), Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine student Afifah Abdul Rahim worked as a bridge between the students and staff with the intent to offer new initiatives, improve existing policies and enhance the on-campus experience of students at Ross Vet.