5.16.19

Michael Haynie Appointed to CNBC Disruptor 50 Advisory Council for Fourth Year in a Row


For the fourth year in a row Michael Haynie, Syracuse University’s vice chancellor for strategic initiatives and innovation was selected as members of the CNBC Disruptor 50 Advisory Council. Haynie was selected for the Council based on their extensive contributions to the field of entrepreneurship, stemming from their innovative research to their work with veterans and numerous outreach programs.  Read More ▶

5.14.19

Logan Bonney: From Airman to Entrepreneur


As he served, he worked on his degrees—first a bachelor’s in business administration at Columbia College and then he applied to the Whitman School. As a military service member, his application to Syracuse was streamlined, and he began working on his master’s in entrepreneurship and emerging enterprises just weeks after applying. Read More ▶

5.10.19

Google.org Grants SU’s IVMF $1.7 million to Train Military Spouses in the IT Field


Grow with Google, Google.org’s philanthropic arm, announced new tools and training programs designed to help military spouses build flexible, meaningful careers. Read More ▶

5.07.19

The Power of Military Spouses


May 10th is recognized as Military Spouse Appreciation Day, which provides an important opportunity to remember the service of our nation's military spouses. Read More ▶

5.04.19

IVMF Students & Data Expertise Showcased at Global Conference


Members of the Syracuse University Institute for Veteran and Military Families (IVMF) Research and Analytics team recently presented at SAS Global Form, the world’s largest analytics conference, in Dallas, Texas. Read More ▶

5.03.19

Maureen Casey: Problem Solver Who Just Can’t Quit


Maureen Casey’s office at the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) is more than 150 miles from her childhood home on a dairy farm in Hudson Falls, New York. But the lessons she learned there, tending dairy cows and their calves, have played out in her career choices—including her decision to accept the position of chief operating officer at IVMF. Read More ▶

4.30.19

Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) Receives Grant from The Leon Levine Foundation  


The Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University has received a generous $100,000 grant from The Leon Levine Foundation to support the AmericaServes program in the Carolinas. Read More ▶

4.25.19

Laura Bush to Visit Syracuse University as D’Aniello Family Speaker


Former First Lady of the United States Laura Bush will speak at Syracuse University as part of the D’Aniello Family Speaker Series on Wednesday, May 1, at 5:30 p.m. in the Whitman School’s Marvin and Helaine Lender Auditorium. Read More ▶

4.18.19

Prudential Awards to Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) Total over $2 Million with New Grant


The Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University (IVMF) has received a generous $250,000 grant from longtime supporter, Prudential Financial Inc. to fund new research and navigation tools that strengthen career pathways for veterans and talent-seeking employers through higher education. Over the last five years, Prudential has awarded the IVMF more than two million dollars in funding. Read More ▶

4.11.19

Institute for Veterans and Military Families’ V-WISE Program Included in Collectors’ Edition Card Deck


The Institute for Veteran and Military Families’ (IVMF) Veteran Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship (V-Wise) program has been included on the queen of hearts in the new 2019 Bicycle Collector’s Post 9/11 Deck of 52. This limited-edition deck of playing cards created by Bicycle Playing Cards and Marjorie Eastman, author of The Frontline Generation, highlights 52 interesting and successful post 9/11 businesses and charities launched by the military community. It is a spin-off of the iconic 2003 Most Wanted Iraqi Playing Cards. Read More ▶