The Center for Veterinary Health Sciences (CVHS) is made up of a community of professionals committed to educating and developing skilled veterinarians for a lifetime of investigation, innovation, care and protection of animal health to better serve the people of Oklahoma, the nation and the world. One of the best in the profession is Roger Ranciera, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVP, class of 1953, Professor Emeritus.
“However, what is truly remarkable and immeasurable is his impact on generations of practicing veterinarians and the inspiration he has provided to hundreds of veterinary pathologists currently working all over the world.”
-Jerry Ritchey, DVM, PhD, DACVP, head of the veterinary center’s Department of Veterinary Pathobiology and former student.
The Panciera Project, in honor of Dr. Roger Panciera, strives to accomplish two needs for the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences:
- Updated classrooms and learning space needed to continue to recruit the best and brightest students
- Help support teaching and training future generations of veterinarians
This vision for CVHS expands class sizes from 82 to 106 students and we need your help. A gift during Give Orange enhances the opportunities we provide for students and betters our ability to serve Oklahoma's animal healthcare needs. We're excited for you to discover your orange passion during Give Orange for the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences and be a part of the 1,890 minutes of support for OSU!
- Dr. Roger Panciera Project Fund
- Veterinary Medicine Fund for Excellence
- OSU Animal Relief Fund
- Veterinary Medicine Hospital Building Success Fund