University of Arizona Veterinary School

The University of Georgia College of

The School
Delicately for nice teaching, research, and repair

A Healthcare Facility
Specialized condition from the art equipment
Creating a much-needed new hospital

Scholarship grants to satisfy the increasing costs of veterinary education

Research to enhance treatment and excellence of existence

The Josh Howle Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Josh Howle Memorial Scholarship was began to recognition an incredible student, friend, boy, and brother whose existence was lost too early.

Josh were built with a vibrant smile along with a light spontaneity. Anybody who met Josh was attracted to his thoughtfulness, open mind and the work ethic. Even at his youthful age, he'd already shown a talent for veterinary medicine, particularly cattle reproduction.

Through this scholarship, Josh’s giving spirit and hopes for being a vet will survive.

The scholarship fund can be obtained with the College of Georgia Foundation. This nonprofit organization accepts donations to be able to support special projects like the Josh Howle Memorial Scholarship.

As many as $25Thousand must initially be elevated to ensure that Josh’s scholarship to get the official endowment, then the scholarship is going to be granted every year to some deserving student.

Like Josh, the person receiving this scholarship will be a Sc resident recognized in to the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine program with an intention in cattle reproduction.

If you like to mail your gift, please make inspections due to
UGA Foundation: Howle Memorial Veterinary Scholarship.

Mail your donation to:
The College of Georgia
College of Veterinary Medicine
Office of Development
501 D.W. Brooks Drive
Athens, GA 30602 USA

Support for any New Veterinary Medical Learning Center

We display replica tiles within the small animal teaching hospital for each one of the bricks offered, and also the horseshoe plaques take presctiption display within the large animal teaching hospital. To see brick tiles in position by Feb 15, 2009, simply click the picture below to see it full-size, then scroll to see all of the bricks.

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