Thursday, June 2
Lunch & Vendor Fair | Noon
Program | 1 p.m.
The forum will bring together veterans and private, public and non-governmental organizations that support them at the local, state and national levels to discuss and foster a better understanding of the issues affecting veterans and their families.
Schedule of Forum Events
Lunch & Vendor Fair
Noon – 1 p.m.
Opening Flag Ceremony
Pledge of Allegiance
Ms. Niccole Gatliff
Introduction and Welcome
Dr. Tracy Fitzsimmons, SU President
Veterans Panel: Identifying the Veterans Needs
Moderator: Dr. Frederick White Jr.
Community Veterans Engagement Board: Sharing What’s Been Done?
Michael Diaz, Board Chair
Hub for Innovators, Veterans, and Entrepreneurs (HIVE)
Dr. Cameron McCoy, SU Provost
Round Table of Resources
Martinsburg VAMC Chief Chaplain
Viewing of the HIVE progress
In partnership with
Northern Shenandoah Valley Community Veterans Engagement Board (CVEB)
A Home for Those Who’ve Served
Shenandoah is developing an even more comprehensive Veterans, Military and Families Center, to be housed, fittingly, in the former armory located on the Winchester main campus. The Armory Building, which is becoming the university’s Hub for Innovators, Veterans and Entrepreneurs, is also home to Shenandoah’s Esports Arena.
Military And GI Bill® Benefits at Shenandoah University
At Shenandoah University, we support the studies of veterans and their families. We’re a Yellow Ribbon School, and have an active Veterans and Supporters group, a veteran and military center, and more. At Shenandoah, we welcome veterans, active military members, and their families, all of whom are enveloped in the our Shenandoah family.
SU Veteran and Military-Related News
Shenandoah To Host Veterans Community Engagement Forum
Event Will Explore The Issues Facing Veterans And Their Families, And Identify Available Resources
Shenandoah, Randolph-Macon Academy Ink Official Partnership
Memorandum Of Understanding To Generate New Opportunities For Both Schools
Shenandoah University Earns 2022-23 Military Friendly® School Designation
SU Given Bronze Status; Is One Of 665 Schools To Earn An Award-Level Designation