American Veterinary Medical Association Auxiliary Award
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On July 07, 1972 the College of Veterinary Medicine held their annual celebration honoring the academic achievements of their undergraduate students. This Honors Convocation took place at the Memorial Student Center, on the Texas A&M University campus starting at 7:30pm. Master of Ceremonies was Jim Rundell. Invocation was given by Mike Heitmann, and the Welcome and Introductions by Dean Alvin A. Price. Images 0216- 0239 are accompanied with a program for the event. This Program describes twenty different awards that were given out during this event. On the back page, at the bottom, the Veterinarian's Oath is printed. Each picture in this group of images will have a seperate description about the award given to the indivdual('s) in that image.
DescriptionThe American Veterinary Medical Association Auxiliary award is presented to James W. Rundell. This award of $100 made available by the Women.'s Auxiliary of the A.V.M.A. to a graduating student who has made special contributions university wide which advanced the prestige of the College of Veterinary Medicine. Unnamed women representing the Women.'s Auxiliary of the A.V.M.A. presents award to student Jim W. Rundell, who was the Production Editor for the "Southwestern Veterinarian" student publication circa 1972. Writing on the photo or group of photos: 'AVMA AUXILIARY AWARD: An award of $100 made available by the Women.'s Auxiliary of the American Veterinary Medical Association to a graduating student who has made special contributions university wide which advanced the prestige of the College of Veterinary Medicine. RECIPIENT: James W. Rundell.' Physical description: Black and white print (photograph) 19x24mm.
Academic decorations of honor
Rundell, Jim W.
College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (1972). American Veterinary Medical Association Auxiliary Award. Available electronically from