10.03.18

168 Female Entrepreneurs Successfully Complete Landmark V-WISE Program


From September 14-16, 168 female veteran and military-connected entrepreneurs attended the 20th Veteran Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship (V-Wise) conference in San Diego at the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa on Mission Bay.... Read More ▶

9.26.18

The Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University Combines Forces to Help Find Ways to Heal Veterans and Military Families through the Arts


The IVMF’s NEA Creative Forces study will bring together research findings from across a broad range of disciplines, to construct a comprehensive framework describing the factors influencing the overall health, well-being, and quality of life for veterans, service members and their families... Read More ▶

9.25.18

Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) Receives Second Motorola Solutions Foundation Grant


The Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) announced today a second grant of $20,000 from the Motorola Solutions Foundation, the charitable arm of Motorola Solutions, Inc. ... Read More ▶

9.25.18

Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) Receives Second Motorola Solutions Foundation Grant


The Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) announced today a second grant of $20,000 from the Motorola Solutions Foundation, the charitable arm of Motorola Solutions, Inc. ... Read More ▶

9.19.18

Camping Out and Teaming Up: Building Powerful Insights with SAS


Until recently, the IVMF at SU would have been in the majority, collecting, yes, but not using data to its full potential. The IVMF’s primary focus has been on serving our military connected population through programs and applied research. This strategy was successful – today our organization delivers 10 programs across three portfolio areas, and leads multiple research and evaluation projects aligned across each.... Read More ▶

9.11.18

Several IVMF Employees Reflect on 9/11


Seventeen years. Almost two decades later, but September 11th still feels like just yesterday to most Americans. Maureen Casey, IVMF chief operating officer, was in New York City on that day. “People chose to enlist because of the events that day,” she said. It’s because of those men and women willing to sacrifice for their country is what inspired her to give back. You can watch her story here.... Read More ▶

8.31.18

Labor Day: Paying Tribute to American Workers


The United States of America has been celebrating Labor Day for over 130 years. It’s a day to recognize and honor the achievements of Americans who work tirelessly every day to contribute to the needs of society.... Read More ▶

8.21.18

Team Red, White & Blue: Helping Veterans Reintegrate to Civilian Life with Community Networks


Currently, only 61% of veterans who served in Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom enrolled in VA care which aims to support veterans with their health needs, including the tough mental stress of transition in civilian life. Many veterans experience a reverse culture shock when transitioning back into civilian life and fail to properly create supportive social networks. Team Red, White & Blue is a community-based nonprofit organization created to help veterans transition into civilian life with healthy social connections based in community support.... Read More ▶

8.17.18

15th Annual Harold Lee Open is Happening August 29th – Register Now


After his father passed away, Jim, his brother Tim, and their friends Marty Lamon, Tom Farneti, and Tom Mossotti held the first Harold Lee Open in 2003 in Harold's honor. The tournament has sold out every year since its inception and this tournament marks the 15th year it’s being held.... Read More ▶

8.01.18

Veteran Entrepreneurship – What You Should Know


Military service and small business ownership share a distinctive relationship, dating back more than a half century. Veterans remain more likely to own a business than nonveterans and often tend to out-earn nonveteran entrepreneurs... Read More ▶