Army Fellowship Helped Soldiers Earn Master’sAugust 25, 2017 | :
by Penn State
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Twenty of the U.S. Army’s senior enlisted soldiers will be honored Tuesday, Aug. 22, after earning Penn State master’s degrees as part of a fellowship aimed at improving their teaching skills to prepare the military’s next generation of leaders.
The 20 U.S. Army sergeants major will be recognized at a ceremony at Fort Bliss in Texas after completing the first year of the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy Fellowship Program. As part of the fellowship, the soldiers graduated with a master’s of education in lifelong learning and adult education through Penn State World Campus. The cohort is the second to graduate from Penn State.
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