LSU School of Veterinary Medicine names assistant dean of diversity, equity, and inclusion
BATON ROUGE—The LSU School of Veterinary Medicine has named Henry W. Green, III, DVM (LSU SVM 1999), DACVIM, as its assistant dean of diversity, equity, and inclusion effective July 1, 2021. Dr. Green is also an associate professor of veterinary cardiology. The assistant dean of DEI is responsible for implementing the LSU SVM’s diversity mission, which celebrates and embraces differences in each individual and strives to create an environment that promotes cultural inclusion, mutual respect, and trust among members of the community of students, faculty, and staff.
“I look forward to working with the team of faculty, staff and students at LSU SVM to build upon the great foundation of work that was completed by my predecessor and continuing to cultivate an inclusive environment where everyone can enjoy the process of reaching their full potential,” said Dr. Green.
“Dr. Green has a longstanding and successful track record in mentoring underrepresented trainees at many levels in the veterinary profession, and a passion for fostering a culture of inclusion,” said Joel D. Baines, VMD, PhD, dean. “I look forward to his contributions as Assistant Dean of Diversity Equity and Inclusion.”
Dr. Green received his BS from the University of New Orleans in 1994 and his DVM from the LSU SVM in 1999. Following completion of an internship at the University of Tennessee in 2000, he completed a residency in cardiology at Purdue University in 2003. At that time he became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in Cardiology and remained as a faculty member at the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine until 2020. Dr. Green has been published in numerous peer-reviewed manuscripts, medical texts, and scientific abstracts and awarded research grants from multiple organizations. His professional awards/honors include The Weedon Faculty Recognition Award, Student Recognition for Excellence in Teaching, The Raymond E. Plue Alumni Teaching Award at Purdue University, and The Zoetis Diversity and Inclusion Award. He enjoys actively mentoring students and has mentored numerous current and past students in the veterinary, nursing and pre-veterinary programs.
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