The B-PIKE (Beef-Production Immersive Knowledge Experience) in the Department of Veterinary Diagnostic and Production Animal Medicine is a 10-week program that gives students the opportunity to gain practical, hands-on experience and an inside look at production animal medicine.
SMARI (Swine Medicine Applied Research Internship) allows veterinary students the opportunity to create, plan and execute a swine medicine applied research project. Students will design, manage, implement and summarize a research project with live animal work either at the College of Veterinary Medicine in Ames or the Swine Medicine Education Center located in Audubon, Iowa.
Participants in SVIP (Swine Veterinary Internship Program) collaborate with veterinarians at production systems and/or practices where they design and execute field trials with guidance from mentors. Students will design and execute diagnostic test sampling and implement the principles and methods of swine diagnostic collection, testing and interpretation.
DVIP (Dairy Veterinary Internship Program) gives veterinary students the opportunity to collaborate with leading veterinarians in the dairy veterinary medicine industry while not only learning the principles of dairy herd health and management, but designing and executing dairy field trials.