Friday, August 22, 2014

Lack of Hispanics in Veterinary Programs

AUSTIN — Nudged by a father who trained racehorses, Dr. Orlando Garza set off to study veterinary medicine in College Station 35 years ago. Dr. Garza, who now owns an animal hospital in his hometown El Paso, remembers being the sole Hispanic student in the veterinary program at Texas A&M University.



“There were no Hispanics whatsoever,” said Dr. Garza, 57. “I was the only one.”



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