EBV Graduate Chris Dambach Has Found Great Success and Opens First Major Office

EBV Graduate Chris Dambach recently spoke to New York Business Journal about his business Industry Standard USA LLC, a grounds maintenance, facility maintenance, and general construction company.... Read More ▶


IVMF’s Nick Armstrong, Senior Director for Research and Evaluation, Talks Veterans Employment on the Washington Journal

Nick Armstrong, IVMF's Senior Director for Research and Evaluation, was a guest on the Washington Journal to discuss veteran employment and the STEM workforce... Read More ▶


CBS Eye On Veterans Interview with IVMF’s Rosy Maury Discussing Women Veteran Recognition

"I think the typical perception that we have is a male veteran. And the reality is, there are a lot more female veterans out there now," says IVMF Director of Applied Research and Analytics Rosy Maury in an interview with Eric Dane on CBS Eye on Veterans.... Read More ▶


Staff Spotlight: Gilly Cantor – Using Data to Transform Lives

As program evaluation manager for the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University, Gilly Cantor oversees the evaluation and strengthening of AmericaServes, a nationwide network of service providers that ease the transition of veterans into civilian life.... Read More ▶


Veteran EDGE Convenes Largest Gathering of Veteran Business Owners and Influencers in the United States

Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) brought together more than 440 influential stakeholders, veteran business owners, regional and national veteran services organizations, and corporate partners of the Coalition for Veteran-Owned Business (CVOB) in Dallas recently for the national Veteran EDGE conference. EDGE (Engage, Develop, Grow, Elevate) is the country’s largest convening of veteran-owned businesses and supporters.... Read More ▶


Changes Are Coming to The Permanent Change of Station (PCS) Process

There are changes being made to the Permanent Change of Station (PCS) process, with one of the primary changes being the privatization that aims to allow service members and their families more control over their moves. ... Read More ▶


CBS Eye on Veterans hosts IVMF’s Beth Kubala and Nate Birnbaum to Discuss the STEM Field

Senior Director of Programs & Services Beth Kubala and Research & Evaluation Analyst Nate Birnbaum were guests on CBS Eye on Veterans to discuss the growing need for people in the STEM field (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).... Read More ▶


Howard & Sheri Schultz Discuss the Schultz Family Foundation’s Important Cause of Helping Veterans

"We were visiting bases...and a young soldier stood up and said... 'I have more anxiety about going to a job interview than going back to Iraq,'" says Schultz. "...we have to do something." Howard and Sheri Schultz were guests on the SiriusXM radio ... Read More ▶


Selling A Business? You Need to Plan Ahead

Selling a business can be a "psychological trauma" akin to losing a loved one, says J. Michael Haynie, Ph.D., vice chancellor for innovation at Syracuse University, and an expert on entrepreneurship. ... Read More ▶


Institute for Veterans and Military Families Receives Sponsorship from Travelers

The IVMF at Syracuse University has received a generous $50,000 sponsorship from Travelers toward programming for the IVMF’s Arsenal of entrepreneurship programs. This is the second sponsorship IVMF has received from Travelers.... Read More ▶