Scott Stevens will be receiving his DVM (Doctor of
Veterinary Medicine) from Texas A&M University's
College of Veterinary Medicine this May. Stevens
received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Poultry Science from Texas A&M
in May 2004.
Stevens' involvement as an undergraduate student at A&M
was impressive. His team of four won second place at the National Academic
Quaddratholon held in Montgomery,
Alabama in late January 2004.
Stevens served as the junior and senior Poultry Science Department
representative in the College
of Agriculture and Life
Sciences Student Council at A&M.
In addition to these honors, he was elected as an officer in
the Texas Alpha Chapter of Alpha Zeta, and was chosen to join the National
Society of Collegiate Scholars.
He has also been active in Texas A&M's Saddle and
Sirloin Club over the years.
Besides being involved in college and organizational work,
he also worked part-time for the Poultry Health Laboratory at the Veterinary Pathobiology
Center and taught several lab classes
for the College
of Agriculture. At the
2004 Poultry Science Banquet, Stevens was awarded the prestigious Quisenberry
Award, an award that recognizes the most outstanding Poultry Science student at
Texas A&M University.
Throughout his undergraduate career he maintained a 4.0
grade point average in his major. In May 2005, Stevens received his Master's
Degree in Poultry Science from Texas A&M and was accepted into the
doctorate program the following summer. After working one year on his doctorate
degree, he was accepted into Texas A&M University's
College of Veterinary Medicine where he began his
studies in the Fall of 2006.
Upon graduation from Veterinary
School, Scott and his wife, Kandace,
will be moving to Floresville, where he will be working at Deason Animal
Hospital as an Associate
Veterinarian. His specialty is large animal.
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