Colleges Work to Do More For Veterans On CampusFebruary 19, 2019 | :
by Martin C. Evans
Veterans who go to college face a host of challenges, including professors who aren’t familiar with military culture and administrators who don’t appreciate the difficulties of returning to civilian life, career and education officials said at a symposium Friday.
Dozens of faculty members and administrators from across Long Island came together at Nassau Community College to explore what colleges and universities can do to better serve the veterans in their classrooms.
Oakton Community College
Associate Vice President for Military Programs
PT Automotive Mechanical Repair Instructor
Assistant Director of Military and Veteran Services (Reg PT)
Community College of Allegheny County