8.12.22

Building Relationships and Partnerships Through the VET100 with Jackie Lopez


This year Lopez was selected for the third year in a row to be a part of the VET100, which includes 100 veteran-owned businesses that are acknowledged for the growing culture and success of veteran entrepreneurs by Inc. 5000 magazine.... Read More ▶

8.02.22

TXServes-RGV Celebrates Three Years as an AmericaServes Network: Positively Impacting Thousands in the Texas Military Community


Syracuse University's D'Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) has been working alongside Tropical Texas Behavioral Health (TTBH) to connect veterans, service members, and their families in the Rio Grande Valley to services direc... Read More ▶

7.18.22

Mental Health: Treat, Teach, Thrive Webinar Attracts Hundreds of Viewers from Around the Country


The D’Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University hosts a monthly webinar series designed to bring the most up to date research, resources, and experts to our audience on a wide variety of topics addressing transitio... Read More ▶

7.11.22

USAFA Cadets Kamryn Olkowski and Mayra Quintana Look Back on Their Summer With the IVMF


The D’Aniello Institute for Veteran and Military Families (IVMF) had the unique opportunity to gain two United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) cadets to assist in programs and research. Cadets Kamryn Olkowski and Mayra Quintana joined the IVMF thr... Read More ▶

6.29.22

10 Gems for Military-Connected Entrepreneurs on Their Business Journeys


Erinn Roth, owner of Mrs. Jo’s Petite Eats Patisserie and Café, attended the IVMF’s Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV) program and focused on the hospitality industry. She kept making connections and following opportunities and has lea... Read More ▶

6.27.22

IVMF Staff Member Kathryn Warren Selected to participate in the 2022 class for the George W. Bush Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program 


The George W. Bush Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program is a first-of-its-kind initiative that allows participants to interact with a variety of nationally recognized and prominent professionals, educators, and specialists in Veteran transition and le... Read More ▶

6.22.22

IVMF is a Journey, Not a Destination


One of the features people appreciate so much about the D’Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) is the ability of the military-connected community to access resources they need when and where they need them.... Read More ▶

6.15.22

Reducing Veteran Suicide by Addressing Economic Risk Factors


 Testimony of: Nicholas J. Armstrong, Ph.D., D’Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF), Syracuse University Prepared for: U.S. House Veterans Affairs Committee, Subcommittee on Economic Opportunity June 15th, 2022 Re... Read More ▶

6.09.22

Erinn Roth’s Recipe for Entrepreneurship Success


It’s no accident that Erinn Roth embodies many traits that successful entrepreneurs should have. She literally hails from a place called Enterprise, Mississippi, so maybe it’s part of her heritage. Her bold initiative, ingenuity, and military exp... Read More ▶

6.08.22

IVMF’s Boots to Business Awarded Federal Contract to Expand Transition Training & Assistance to Military Service Members


Operation Boots to Business Extended by U.S. Small Business Association to provide overseas and continuing business training for Veteran-Owned Small Businesses... Read More ▶