International, Interinstitutional Collaborative Programs Slide Presentation, number 14
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A Presentation to the Panamerican Federation of Colleges of Veterinary Medicine. Given in June of 1993, by John A. Shadduck, Dean and John R. August, Head of the Department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery. The National Autonomous University of Mexico's School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Husbandry or UNAM, an accredited member of the AVMA Council on Education (COE) since March of 2011; is only one of 44 veterinary schools and colleges in Mexico that make up the Panamerican Federation of Colleges of Veterinary Medicine. In 1994, Mexico joined the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and became the catalyst for increased collaborations between the Mexican veterinary profession and the United States veterinary educators.
DescriptionThe Problems to be solved are the problems shared by geographic and economic partners. Physical description: color slides, 5X5mm
SubjectInternational education--Activity programs
College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical SciencesInternational, Interinstitutional Collaborative Programs Slide Presentation, number 14. Available electronically from