MPVM Ambassador Resources

MPVM Ambassador Resources

All MPVM affiliates (students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends) are invited to be MPVM Ambassadors

 

What is an MPVM Ambassador? You are individuals who highlight your affiliation with the MPVM Program, help recruit new students, and share Program activities and opportunities with the world at large.

You could

  • insert a slide about the MPVM into a powerpoint talk that you give as a guest lecture or at a scientific meeting
  • deliver an entire powerpoint presentation about the MPVM to some outside audience
  • make sure that you and your mentorees acknowledge MPVM on your talks and papers where appropriate (Grad Studies now requires graduate students at UCD to acknowledge their Graduate Groups)
  • “table” or bring flyers and branded swag to some group to advertise the MPVM
  • network and send emails and announcements about MPVM achievements and application due-dates
  • help fund-raise for scholarships and endowments

 Resources for MPVM Ambassadors

  • Program flyers can be downloaded and printed here, or ask Janet or Tami for hard-copies.
    Download Flyer (pdf)
  • Dual MPVM/DVM program flyers can be downloaded and printed here, or ask Janet or Tami for hard-copies.
    Download Flyer (pdf)
  • Single MPVM advertisement powerpoint slide
    Download PPT PDF Version
  • A fun document “100 Things you can do with an MPVM”.
    Download Flyer (pdf)
  • Contact Janet (jefoley@ucdavis.edu) for the latest MPVM powerpoint presentation
  • Contact Janet or Tami (tali@ucdavis.edu) to borrow the MPVM poster and table runner.
  • Contact Janet for candy and swag to bring with you.
  • Insert this language into papers and talks as appropriate: “[Name or initials] thanks the UC Davis Master in Preventive Veterinary Medicine Program for financial and logistical support of this project".
  • Admissions information and program costs can be found here: https://mpvm.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/prospective-students. Make sure to “quote” either California resident or nonresident correctly.