Texas universities spar over need for veterinary college

Texas Tech says its plan will address vet shortages in efficient and cost-effective way, while Texas A&M says new college not needed.

Texas Tech University System chancellor Robert Duncan testified July 21 before the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), providing an update on the strategic plan of the Texas Tech University System and plans to develop a veterinary college.

The discussion supported the need for more large-animal veterinarians throughout Texas and affirmed support of a new v

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