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Wounded warriors
Cycling for Wounded Warriors
SDSU student and Navy veteran Joe Frank cycled across the United States to support injured veterans.
Incoming Student-Vet Earns Scholarship
Transfer student-veteran Rocky Brady received a scholarship for his leadership at Palomar College.
Program participants Matthew Belden(left) and Matthew Kochevar are both electrical engineering majors and Navy veterans.
Corporate Support for Student-Vets
A new student engineering program places student-veterans in paid internships.
Jason Schiedermayer
Student-Vet Earns Buick Scholarship
Engineering student Jason Schiedermayer credits the MESA Engineering Program for his successes.
Nine of the 16 SAME scholarships awarded this year went to SDSU student veterans
Student Veteran Engineers Earn Scholarships
Nine of the 16 SAME scholarships awarded this year went to SDSU student veterans.
SDSU vets
Engineering Veteran Success
The Northrop Grumman Foundation helps fund innovative veterans’ program at SDSU
Detail of Color Guard members standing at attention
From the Halls of Montezuma
The U.S. Marine Corps’ Battle Color Detachment performed at SDSU's Aztrack.
Cpl. Butusov meeting with locals while in Afghanistan
Marine Award Tied to Language Program
Training in Pashto and Afghan culture prepares military members for service in Afghanistan.
Dean Hayhurst addresses the group
SDG&E Helps Veteran Engineer Careers
The local utility recently made a donation in support of SDSU’s Troops to Engineers program.
College of Extended Studies looks to give a helping hand to those suffering from PTSD
Taking on Veteran Stress
SDSU’s College of Extended Studies will launch two new classes aimed at helping veterans and their loved ones lessen stress.
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