Check out the links below for stories about the "Operation: Tails for Troops" event hosted by Marywood students!
Director of Military and Veteran Affairs, Lauren Williams and ROTC cadets attend Military Ball on February 16, 2013 to celebrate the history and traditions of the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps
Marywood University's Office of Military and Veterans Services and Student Veteran Alliance "Flags for the Fallen" campaign took place on Veterans Day 2012. Over 6,600 flags were placed in the ground to represent the lives of military men and woman who sacrficed their lives for our freedom.
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Marywood University's director of military and veterans services is also the NASPA Region II Veteran Knowledge Community Representative. Lauren Williams recently submitted a blog entitled, "What it Really Means to be Military Supportive". NASPA is an organization that represents student affairs representatives in higher education.
Marywood University took part in the Veterans Employment Networking Symposium hosted by Army Community Service (ACS) at Tobyhanna Army Depot on Tuesday, May 22, 2012.
Lauren Williams, Director of Military and Veteran Services spoke to reporters about the difficulty for veterans and their families looking to find civilian employment when seperating from service.
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