Syracuse University colleagues, students, veterans, and ROTC members share what Patriot Day means to them on the 19th anniversary of the day we will never forget.
As part of Syracuse University’s enduring commitment to veteran and military-connected students, the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs (OVMA) hosted a virtual welcome orientation prior to the start of the fall semester.
In its fourth year as one of just 15 Pat Tillman Foundation University Partners, Syracuse University proudly announces Laura Buys ’18, G’21 as its 2020 Tillman Scholar. Buys is one of only 60 students nationwide to be awarded the prestigious scholarship.
On Thursday, August 26th, as part of an effort to recognize the start of the fall semester and the opening the of the National Veterans Resource Center (NVRC) at the Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello building, the United States, New York State, military, Haudenosaunee and Syracuse University flags in front of the NVRC were permanently raised by individual SU students, alumni, and staff during a small ceremony. The flags flying before the NVRC represent the University’s deep connection to the indigenous lands, its commitment to veteran service and its pursuit of knowledge.
Lt. Col. Tim Kimbrough’s United States Air Force career has brought him to 10 different stations of duty. Each time, he and his family have moved an average of 4,500 miles. We sat down with Lt. Col. Kimbrough to hear more about his journey and thank him for his service, which has ultimately culminated at Syracuse University.
Last week, for the sixth year in a row, Syracuse University hosted the esteemed Warrior-Scholar Project (WSP), a no-cost academic boot camp for first-year student veterans. Normally held on campus to allow for a comprehensive campus experience, the program was moved online this year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.Continue Reading
After commissioning into the U.S. Air Force through Syracuse University’s Reserve Officer Training Program, 2nd Lt. Daniel Egert is putting satellites and people into orbit.Continue Reading
Today, June 12, 2o2o, the Pat Tillman Foundation (PTF) announced the names of the 60 U.S. service members, veterans and military spouses chosen as 2020 Tillman Scholars. In recognition of their service and leadership potential, the newly selected class will receive scholarship funding to pursue higher education and continue their service in the fields of healthcare, business, law, public service, STEM, education and the humanities. For the full list of 2020 Tillman Scholars, along with their service branches, institutions and fields of study, please visit http://scholars.ptf.org.Continue Reading
Syracuse University was invited to become a Pat Tillman Foundation University Partner in 2017. The Tillman Scholar program unites and empowers remarkable military veterans and spouses as the next generation of public and private sector leaders committed to service beyond self. Syracuse University shares these ideals and is proud to support Tillman Scholars on our campus.
Syracuse University is proud to announce the 2020 Tillman Scholar: Laura Buys.Continue Reading
ROTC cadet Isabella Lee is a physics and neuroscience major who perseveres through difficult work and then enjoys sharing what she’s learned with other students.Continue Reading