College Station, Tex.-The College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M has established the Carl B. King Deanship in Veterinary Medicine.
College Station, Texas.-The College of Veterinary Medicine at TexasA&M has established the Carl B. King Deanship in Veterinary Medicine.
According to the university, it is the first veterinary deanship in apublic university and only the second nationally after The University ofPennsylvania.
The Carl B. and Florence E. King Foundation of Dallas pledged a $1 milliongift to the College of Veterinary Medicine. Matching funds from Texas A&Min support of the University Vision 2020 program will be allocated, creatinga $2 million endowment in support of the deanship.
"I am truly honored to be the first steward of the exceptional resourcesafforded by this endowed deanship," says Dr. H. Richard Adams, deanof the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine.