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National University Launches Transfer Program to Help Servicemembers Complete College
National University announced the launch of a transfer pathway to help active-duty service members complete college by combining Credit for Prior Learning with community college course work.
June 10, 2022
Cooke Foundation Awards FIU $2.5 Million Scholarship Gift to Benefit Nontraditional and Veteran/Military Students
Florida International University has received a $2.5 million gift from the George and Bernice Cooke Scholarship Foundation for Women to establish an endowment to provide scholarships to nontraditional and veteran/military FIU students.
May 15, 2022
Georgia Military Prof Sues School, Saying He Was Fired for Refusing to Teach in Person
A former associate professor at Georgia Military College is suing the school for wrongful termination, saying he was fired for refusing to return to in-person teaching despite being immunocompromised, reports The Telegraph.
February 25, 2022
DoD to Emphasize Joint Military Efforts in Professional Military Education
The Department of Defense is looking to emphasize joint military efforts within its professional military education, announced the DoD as part of its latest vision called "Developing Enlisted Leaders for Tomorrow's Wars."
February 25, 2022
New Arizona State Seminar Trains Cadets on How to Improve Army Combat Fitness Results
Cadets at Arizona State University (ASU) and Grand Canyon University are developing physical training plans that improve performance on the Army Combat Fitness Test, thanks to a new partnership between ASU’s Army ROTC and College of Health Solutions.
February 11, 2022
Fayetteville State University to Offer Free Tuition to All Military and Military-Connected Students
Fayetteville State University, an historically Black university in North Carolina, will provide free tuition to all military-connected undergraduate students starting in the fall.
February 11, 2022
Retired Arizona State Couple Creates Scholarship for Grieving Students with Military Ties
Carolyn and Ernest Hirata, two married and retired faculty members at Arizona State University, have created a scholarship for technological and entrepreneurship management students who are enduring grief connected to military ties.
February 4, 2022
Private College First in New York State to Add Drone Pilot Course to Curriculum
Houghton College and Aquiline Drones has announced a five-year partnership to offer online, instructor-guided drone pilot training to current and future students.
January 28, 2022
CYBERCOM Announces Academic Engagement Network Partners
U.S. Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) announced its newest Academic Engagement Network (AEN) college and university partners from 34 states and the District of Columbia last week.
January 9, 2022
This Penn State Marshal is an Active-Duty Service Member, Father and First-Gen Student
December 10, 2021
Four U.S. Military Academy Cadets Among 2022 American Rhodes Scholars
Among the 32 Americans chosen as 2022 Rhodes Scholars are four U.S. Military Academy cadets: Hannah Blakey, Krista Flinkstrom, Veronica Lucian and Holland Pratt.
December 3, 2021
Kentucky Governor Commits to Funding to Help Military Students
Kentucky’s Gov. Andy Beshear is rallying for more funding aimed at helping military students be successful in college, according to his office.
November 21, 2021
California Associate Graduates Can Now Transfer Credits to the American Public University System
October 22, 2021
Air University Celebrates Its Student Numbers For 2021 Fiscal Year
October 15, 2021
New GRCC Veterans Center Opens Its Doors
Grand Rapids Community College recently commemorated the opening of a new space on its main campus dedicated for student veterans.
October 10, 2021
The Citadel Has Lifted Its Mask Mandate
October 1, 2021
$3.4 Million Gift to Support Student Veterans and Military Career Exploration at Elmhurst University
Two brothers with multi-generational ties to Elmhurst University have given the university $3.4 million to implement a comprehensive initiative that will introduce more STEM students to careers in the military.
September 16, 2021
Historian Named Gen. Buford "Buff" Blount Professorship in Military History at University of Southern Mississippi.
Dr. Douglas Bristol, Jr., an associate professor of history at the University of Southern Mississippi, is the fifth recipient of the Gen. Buford "Buff" Blount Professorship in Military History, which is supporting his research and writing of a new book on
August 29, 2021
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