Top 5 Veterans News: Feb. 23, 2018


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  1. ‘Veterans, Service and Society’ is a new 18-credit certificate program designed to foster dialogue between military, civilians. “Thank you for your service” is a wonderful sentiment, and it can be a nice thing for civilians to say to active military personnel and veterans. Unfortunately, it often doesn’t get much deeper than that.
  2. This Institute Believes In Veterans And Families. This Institute Believes In Veterans And Families.
  3. Raising Awareness for Veteran and First Responder Suicides. Veterans and first responders commit suicide every day. Thursday some people rode their motor-vehicles to raise awareness.
  4. Trump plans to nominate Army veteran Paul Lawrence as undersecretary for VA benefits. President Donald Trump announced plans Wednesday night to nominate a longtime management consultant to fill a top spot at the Department of Veterans Affairs that’s remained unfilled for nearly three years.
  5. Growing Veteran Community Could Earn Representation in Student Assembly. The Student Assembly considered adding a non-voting veterans representative to the assembly on Thursday. If passed, the resolution would amend the S.A. bylaws to grant a liaison from the Cornell University Veteran Association an ex‒officio position in the assembly.

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