Air Force ROTC Cadet Emily Weaver ’24 Continues Family Tradition of Service

According to the Department of Defense, interest in military service is on the decline among the nation’s youth, especially those who are qualified for military service. Only 9% indicated they would likely serve in the military; such a low percentage hasn’t been experienced since the months leading up to the 2008 financial crisis.

Office of Veteran and Military Affairs Announces Spring Scholarships for Military-Connected Students

The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs (OVMA) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 OVMA Spring Scholarships. Funded entirely by the generosity of donors, these scholarships support the broad community of military-connected students at Syracuse University. The scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis, and most are specifically focused to support select groups of military-connected students.

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From The iSchool To The Army, And Back Again

In 1992 Dwayne Murray (‘97) was studying sociology through Syracuse University’s Maxwell School, and he was enjoying a semester abroad in London when the iSchool first flew onto his radar. He seized the opportunity to take a couple of classes being offered by visiting iSchool professor Jeffrey Katzer, and found the coursework to be surprisingly well-aligned with his interests and career ambitions.