College of Veterinary Medicine
State College's new dairy barns were dedicated as part of the college's first annual Livestock Day. Located near the State Fairgrounds, the dairy barns eventually became a part of the College of Veterinary Medicine. Funding for construction came from the Public Works Administration.
NC State's new School of Veterinary Medicine holds classes for the first time; initial enrollment is 40 students, selected from 126 applicants.
The School of Veterinary Medicine awarded its first PhD degrees to Melinda Hollingshead in August and Cathy Carlson in December of 1986.
Eight of the university's academic schools were designated as colleges.
Meg Sutherland-Smith awarded doctorate from College of Veterinary Medicine. She had previously earned a Master of Science. She later became senior veterinarian at the San Diego Zoo and a pioneer in neonatal care of giant pandas.
David E. Anderson awarded a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. He had previously received a Bachelor of Science degree. He later became a professor at Kansas State University and a specialist in veterinary care of alpacas and llamas.
In 1990, Dr. Kennedy-Stoskopf joined the CVM faculty in the Department of Microbiology, Pathology, and Parasitology. Dr. Kennedy-Stoskopf was well-known for her role as the first woman veterinarian at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park and the first full-time woman faculty member specializing in zoological medicine in North America.
Fletcher serves in the position until 2004
Krista La Perle was awarded a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. She had previously received a Bachelor of Science degree. She later became director of Ohio State University's Comparative Pathology and Mouse Phenotyping Shared Resource, a center that supports pathology investigators utilizing animal models to study human diseases.
Bristol is interim dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine from 2010-2012..
Dr. Kathryn Meurs was the first woman appointed Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine and the inaugural recipient of the Randall B. Terry, Jr. College of Veterinary Medicine Endowed Dean’s Chair.