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New Mexico Military Institute to Open Intermediate Prep School in August
The New Mexico Military Institute will open a new “intermediate preparatory” school near its Roswell campus for middle-school level students.
Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Kenneth Heckel Appointed Director of the Office of Military & Veterans Affairs at the University of Notre Dame.
Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Kenneth Heckel will become director of the Office of Military & Veterans Affairs at the University of Notre Dame.
VA Launches Scholarship to Recruit Mental Health and Counseling Professionals for Underserved U.S. Vet Centers
The VA has launched a scholarship program to recruit mental health and counseling professionals to help underserved U.S. facilities amid veterans facing an increasing need for such services post-Afghan War.
Pennsylvania College of Technology Veteran Services Specialist Accepted into National Mentoring Program for Women Student Veterans
A veteran services specialist at Pennsylvania College of Technology will become part of a national mentoring program for women student veterans.
Duke University Names Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic "Preceptor of the Year"
Duke University has awarded The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic the 2022 Preceptor of the Year Award.
Military and St. Augustine's University Partner to Advise and Educate Cadets on Contributions of Black Servicemembers
The U.S military and St. Augustine’s University partnered to teach cadets about the key contributions of Black military men and women as part of the 3rd Annual North Carolina ROTC Roundtable and the African American Military and Veterans Lineage Day.
Georgia Military College Prep School Receives Criticism After Principal's Abrupt Removal
Georgia Military College Preparatory School is receiving backlash from parents and staff after Dr. Steve Greer, the school’s former principal, was immediately removed from his position last week.
University of Phoenix Partners with Military Police Regimental Association to Offer Scholarship for MPRA Members
The University of Phoenix is partnering with the Military Police Regimental Association to offer one scholarship for a bachelor’s/master’s degree program for standard MPRA members or immediate family members of a standard MPRA member.
Stephen Renshaw Appointed Military Outreach Coordinator for Savannah Technical College
Stephen Renshaw has been appointed military outreach coordinator for Savannah Technical College.
George Mason University Partners with U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases to Find HFV Treatments
George Mason University has partnered with the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases and biotech company Cyclica to identify potential treatments for illnesses triggered by hemorrhagic fever viruses.
JROTC Freshmen Enrollment Drastically Fell After School District Policy Changes
JROTC freshmen enrollment drastically fell this academic year at some Chicago high schools after district leaders took action against schools that effectively forced first-year students to participate.
Georgia Clark Sadler, Naval Academy’s First Female Instructor, Dies at Age 81
Georgia Clark Sadler, the U.S. Naval Academy’s first female instructor, died Nov. 30 of complications from Alzheimer’s disease at age 81.
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Virginia Military Institute Rejoins MAAC Men’s Lacrosse League
Air Force Service Members Granted More Time to Decide Military Career After Becoming Parents
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