About the Collection
The SVM Report, formerly known as the Purdue Veterinary
Medicine Update, has been published continuously since 1975. It
chronicles the history of what is now named the Purdue University
School of Veterinary Medicine from that time to the present. Major
accomplishments of the faculty, staff and students are reported along
with news about curriculum changes, facility improvements, alumni
achievements and other campus events of interest to constituents
of the school. The newsletter itself offers a visual timeline
of the school from the era of black & white to full color photographs.
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There are numerous people that have been involved with several
of the collections. Gretchen Stephens had the vision to initiate
the project. Jan
Addison insured that the final quality checks were done and managed
the metadata for each of the projects. Kathryn Fuhs and Divine
Eguzouwa have spent countless hours scanning the newsletters.