This website provides information on the history, purpose, and activities of Phi Zeta, the honor society of Veterinary Medicine. For Additional information, contact your chapter officers.
The goal of the Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society is to provide advancement of the veterinary profession, high educational requirements and high scholarship. The object of the Society is to recognize and promote scholarship and research in matters pertaining to the welfare and diseases of animals.
Activities of Phi Zeta
The Executive Committee, consisting of the president, president-elect, secretary-treasurer, and the three most past-presidents, oversees and promotes the objectives of Phi Zeta through activities of the various chapters. Meetings of the Society of Phi Zeta are held annually in conjunction with the AVMA Convention. All members of the Society are invited to attend these meetings.
Each year the Society sponsors two Research Awards and helps fund lectures at various Chapters. Chapters recognize and promote high scholarship and research through an annual initiation ceremony, by sponsoring research days, and by inviting outstanding lecturers to speak on topics relevant to veterinary medicine and the welfare of animals.