PVM Administration Offices
Office of the Dean
Dean Willie M. Reed, DVM, Ph.D.
(765) 494-7608 firstname.lastname@example.org
|Lee Ann Happ
Executive Assistant to the Dean
Administrative Assistant to the Dean
|S. Kathleen Salisbury, DVM
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
|Robert L. Bill, DVM, PhD
Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, Teaching and Learning
The Office of Advancement supports the College of Veterinary Medicine through Development (fund-raising involving individual gifts, annual funds, corporate and foundation grants, and donor stewardship)
The PVM Business Services office supports the College of Veterinary Medicine through traditional business functions and fiscal management.
Primary Business Office Contacts:
Director of Financial Affairs
Business Services Office Contact for the Veterinary Teaching Hospital:
The Purdue Veterinary Medicine Office of Diversity Initiatives helps the College of Veterinary Medicine address issues of diversity, intercultural communication, and inclusiveness that are at the forefront of higher education.
Engagement, Public Affairs & Alumni Relations
The Office of Engagement promotes and supports the application of learning and discovery to foster long-term, mutually -beneficial relationships that improve our communities and the veterinary profession.
The Purdue Veterinary Medicine International Programs office is responsible for implementing the mission of the College of Veterinary Medicine in regard to international affairs.
The PVM Office of Lifelong Learning offers continuing education programs for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.
Media Instructional & Information Technology
The Media Instructional & Information Technology Office provides desktop support, web publishing and instructional technology resources to faculty, staff and students at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Medical Illustration and Veterinary History
Professor David J. Williams
Room G142, Lynn Hall
College of Veterinary Medicine
625 Harrison Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-202
Linking people, knowledge and first-class facilities in the pursuit of scientific discovery, the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine is well positioned to help solve existing and emerging animal and human health issues.
The PVM Student Services center administers DVM Admissions and provides students with all the resources needed for academic success.
Veterinary Teaching Hospital Administration
The Purdue University Veterinary Teaching Hospital (PU-VTH) serves as a referral facility for cases requiring advanced diagnostics or specialized care. We also provide routine wellness care for pets belonging to residents of Tippecanoe County as well as Purdue University employees. We are a large tertiary care hospital complex composed of many individual patient care and diagnostic units.