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Student Seminar Stipend
Student seminar stipends are available to foster interest in veterinary clinical pathology and share the supportive spirit of the ASVCP. The stipends ($150 USD) are eligible to be requested by pathologists, residents/trainees, or students at AVMA-accredited veterinary colleges once every four years, as scheduled in the table below. The seminar must be presented by a board-certified pathologist (ACVP, ECVP, JCVP, or other recognized credentialing organization), or by a pathology trainee under the direct supervision of a board-certified pathologist.
The stipend may be requested during the institution's allotted year, from July 1 to June 30 of the following year, as follows:
This stipend can be used towards food, door prizes, and other supplies deemed suitable to the seminar or to the schools' student pathology club.
There is no formal application in advance, but the stipend request form (below) must be completed within two weeks after the session, and at least one photograph of the session is required. Photographs may be of a case being presented or other materials. If pictures include participants, the participants must have been made aware of, and had an opportunity to opt-out of, potential use of the photographs on the ASVCP web, social media, or other formats. A statement confirming this requirement is included in the stipend request form.
Please review the stipend request form prior to the session to ensure all requirements.
Once the completed stipend request form is submitted and approved, a $150 USD stipend will then be issued.
Please contact Dr. Kate Baker at email@example.com with questions.
ASVCP Student Seminar Stipend Request Form
Purpose: To increase veterinary student awareness and knowledge of veterinary clinical pathology by offering interesting seminars given by a board-certified pathologist or by a pathology trainee under the direct supervision of a board-certified pathologist.
Amount: $150 USD towards food, prizes, etc., to enhance attendance.