Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine has allocated $22 million to expand facilities as it plans to increase the number of students from 102 to 120 graduates by 2016 or 2017. "There is ... long-term workforce need, particularly in rural veterinary medicine, and this expansion will allow us to better support New York state's animal health industry," said Katherine Edmondson, assistant dean for learning and instruction. The expansion will include new lecture halls and laboratory space, among other facilities.

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