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Jean was born in October of freshman year, and Susan missed four days of class. Our family was always supported by the faculty and administrators at Purdue’s School of Veterinary Medicine. When Tom and Becky were added to our family after graduation, our careers as two veterinarians always fit well around family life and care of our children, and now our grandchildren. Purdue continued to be our “school family” throughout our career, and now into retirement. We were pleased to develop a scholarship for veterinary students who have children during their veterinary school years, and are now happy to help develop better facilities for the next generation of veterinarians. Read More About Our Pacesetters ...

Susan and Craig Wardrip, DVMs, Class of 1978

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The Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine is known for many accomplishments in veterinary medical education, discovery, and engagement, but now it has a mark of distinction in an entirely different arena – art! Dean Willie Reed accepted an award for the college from the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette, which selected Purdue Veterinary Medicine to receive the Presidential Award for 2020.  It’s the museum’s highest honor for a business or organization, and recognizes the college for its long-time commitment to the arts in partnership with the museum.


#PurdueVetMed #VetLife #BoilerUp #Boilermakers #PurdueUniversity @lifeatpurdueSpooky season is officially upon us and the pets of #PurdueVetMed are feeling festive!

How will you and your #FurryFriends will be dressing up and staying safe this year?

#VetLife #Halloween2020 #PetsOfPurdue #halloween #halloweencostume #halloween2020 #halloween2020🎃 #halloween2020🎃👻🕷️It’s #Christmas time!

Christmas is a beautiful Goldendoodle that was diagnosed with #lymphoma in August. Since, she’s been visiting our oncology team regularly for #chemo treatments and to deliver her favorite presents, hugs and her golden smile!

During her most recent visit, Dr. Luis Lembcke (Medical Oncology Resident) and Jeri Tulius (Medical Oncology Nurse) were clearly on the Nice List!

Learn about our Oncology Program at

#hugs #cancer #cancersucks #cancerawareness #oncology #TheNextGiantLeap #Boilermakers #BoilerUp #PurdueUniversity #dog #dogs #goldendoodlesofinstagram #dogsofinstagram #doodlelove #doodle #doodlesofinstagram #doodletales #bestwoof @lifeatpurdue @avmavets @navta_officialDo you dream of being a Veterinarian? Then, Level Up! Become a Champion! 

Applications are due October 31st so get yours in today!

Learn more and apply today at

#Vetlife #BeaPurdueVet #thenextgiantleap #beahero #futuredvm #futurevet #futurevettech #purdueuniversityDo you recognize this former dean of the College from his 1975 photo? 

Hint:  He loved looking through microscopes… 

#TBT #PVMHistory #PurdueVetMed #VetlifeWe feel very fortunate to be included in the Pacesetter initiative for the new teaching hospital at the College of Veterinary Medicine. It really starts with our deep-seated belief in Purdue University and the College of Veterinary Medicine. They are both very special institutions, dedicated to developing our next generation of thought leaders and veterinarians and to making the world we live in a better place. Our daughter, from early on, wanted to study to become a veterinarian. She applied to Purdue, was very excited to be accepted, and completed her undergraduate work at the university. She enjoyed and valued her undergraduate experience at Purdue so much that her first choice for vet school was Purdue. We are happy to report that she is now finishing her second year at PVM. Our daughter’s grandparents were very involved and influential in her life (pictured with her in the photo attached). Sadly, her grandfather, Ken Hahn, passed away when she was 10 years old and her grandmother, Karen, just passed away last November. Karen was very proud of her granddaughter. She also loved Purdue and became a strong supporter of the University, attending events and contributing to the school regularly. Shortly after Karen passed away, we read an article in the President’s Council newsletter about the Pacesetter initiative and learned there was one more Pacesetter donation needed to complete the 60 donation goal. We quickly decided that making a Pacesetter donation would be a very fitting way to remember and recognize Ken and Karen Hahn and at the same time help a very important project at Purdue. We look forward to continuing to support this and other key initiatives at Purdue. Boiler Up! -- Ms. Allison Hahn and Mr. Robert Hess

Learn more about our new hospital & #LeaveAPrint at

#thevetlife #vetlife #purduevetmed #herewego #TheNextGiantLeap #boilerup #boilermakers
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