As more veterinarians become educated in TCVM, we hope this empowers them to spread their knowledge and encourage more veterinarians to practice TCVM. Currently, WATCVM is proud to offer two scholarship opportunities.
The Rosenburg Educational Scholarship assists with tuition costs for veterinarians in developing nations with a per capita income of less than $8,000 USD to learn TCVM.
About Dr. Rosenburg
Dr. Stuart Rosenburg, a DVM graduate from the University of Tennessee, was an exceptional veterinarian, leader and friend. At the age of nine, Dr. Rosenburg knew he wanted to be a veterinarian. He worked at the Lowry Park Zoo, established Bayshore Animal Clinic, and taught hundreds of veterinarians at Chi University.
Dr. Rosenburg passed away from lung cancer at age 46. He had a love for adventure, skydiving, travel, scuba diving, and college football. He is survived by his loving wife Gayle and many friends. This scholarship was created in honor of Dr. Rosenburg’s legacy.
Dr. Bhajan Das is a teacher in the Department of Medicine and Surgery at the Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University in Bangladesh. He plans to teach others at his university through new programs and internships. “Without this scholarship, I could not think to attend the program,” Dr. Das said.
Because of donors like you, Dr. Das was able to further his education and enhance his career with the Rosenburg Scholarship.
How to Apply
The Dr. Karen Turner-Knarr Scholarship assists students, alumni or faculty members of Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine to acquire training and certification in veterinary acupuncture.
How to Apply