3.11.21

Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation Renewed Commitment to Veterans and their Families


The Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) received a $712,000 grant from The Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation to continue supporting the coordinated care network, TXServes-Rio Grande Valley over the next two years. ... Read More ▶

3.08.21

Partnerships Needed to Support the Military-to-Civilian Transition


On Saturday, March 6th, The Hill featured IVMF's Managing Director of Research and Data, Nicholas Armstrong, to discuss the difficulties of veterans transitioning to civilian life. ... Read More ▶

2.26.21

Mother Cabrini Health Foundation Provides Grant to Improve Service Delivery to Area Veterans and their Families


Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF), higher education’s first interdisciplinary academic institute dedicated to advocacy, research, support for military veterans and their families, was awarded a $500,000 gra... Read More ▶

2.24.21

Institute for Veterans and Military Families Receives Grant from Travelers


Syracuse University has received a $25,000 grant from Travelers to support its Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF), which delivers best-in-class career, vocational and entrepreneurship education and training to service members, vetera... Read More ▶

2.18.21

Stand-To 2021: A National Veterans Convening


On February 18, leaders from the public, private, non-profit, and philanthropic sectors will come together to collaborate on how best to support post-9/11 veterans. At Stand-To 2021, they examined research and solutions and offer policy recommendatio... Read More ▶

1.23.20

V-Wise Nashville Announced! Apply Now!


Veteran Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship (V-WISE) is a premier training program in entrepreneurship and small business management. V-WISE helps women veterans and female military spouses/partners find their passion and learn the business... Read More ▶

2.15.21

Make ‘Garage-Gate’ matter


IVMF Director and Syracuse University Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Mike Haynie, recently wrote about the veteran suicide epidemic and how the National Guard suffers the highest rates at 30.6 suicides per 100,000 members.... Read More ▶

2.11.21

How Veterans Leaving the Military Can Launch a Political Career


Military.com recently wrote about IVMF's Veteran Program for Politics and Civic Engagement stating it "should be the first stop for any veteran candidate".... Read More ▶

2.04.21

Military Spouses in the Workplace


This project, by Hiring Our Heroes (HOH), in collaboration with the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University and in partnership with Starbucks and the support of the Starbucks Foundation, uses the results from an onl... Read More ▶

2.04.21

Some Veteran Entrepreneurs Say Military Experience Is Helping Them Withstand The Pandemic


According to a survey from Syracuse University's Institute for Veterans and Military Families, 76 percent of vet entrepreneurs say they lost business because of the pandemic. About a third anticipate closing their businesses. ... Read More ▶