Eric Konovalov understands effective leadership. He saw what it looks like during his eight-year career in the U.S. Marine Corps. He learned core leadership skills as a business management student at University of Maryland University College (UMUC), and he developed and honed his expertise over the course of his career in sales, executive coaching and leadership training.
Join Clinical Psychologist Yvette Branson, coordinator of the U.S. Veterans Administration’s Integration to Academic Leadership (VITAL) initiative, in a Facebook Live interview on the challenges facing veterans making the transition from military to civilian and student life—and the strategies and resources that can help them gain a strong foothold in the world beyond the military.
What CW3 Vernon Green learned in the classroom, he put to use in his military service. What he learned in the military, he’s putting to use in his community.
Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of profiles to be featured on the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Global Media Center throughout May in recognition of Military Appreciation Month, As part of the university’s observance, Vernon Green also participated in UMUC’s Facebook Live interview series on helping servicemembers and veterans successfully transition from military to civilian life. Watch Green’s interview here.
In keeping with its rich history of educating servicemembers and veterans that dates back to WWII—and its commitment to serving the needs of those who serve our country—University of Maryland University College (UMUC) is celebrating Military Appreciation Month in May with a special Facebook Live interview series full of the information and practical advice needed to help servicemembers and veterans successfully navigate the transition from military to civilian and student life.
Adelphi, Md. (April 17) — University of Maryland University College (UMUC) will host a military appreciation fair and Fun Run on Saturday, May 5 at the Academic Center at Largo (1616 McCormick Drive, Largo).
The fair, open to all active-duty service members, veterans and their families, offers opportunities for attendees to meet with veterans’ service organizations (VSOs) and UMUC career services representatives. Attendees can also learn about the One2One mentor program that provides veterans, servicemembers, and their families with individualized, peer-to-peer support.
As UMUC Stateside Commencement on May 12-13 Approaches, Graduation-bound High-schooler Hannah Parker Reflects on Lessons Learned from the Motivational Words of Two Past UMUC Student Commencement Speakers
University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Asia will celebrate student accomplishment with a formal commencement ceremony in each of its four regions.
Students who either completed their associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degrees during the summer, fall, or winter of 2017 or in spring 2018 were invited to participate. The ceremonies will honor more than 700 servicemembers, dependents, veterans, and civilians, and will recognize the years of work that went into the completion of each degree.
David Welch, a Maryland businessman and University of Maryland University College (UMUC) alumnus, has donated $25,000 in scholarship money to the Pillars of Strength Foundation to help volunteer caregivers of wounded American servicemembers get a UMUC education.
Keith Hauk, associate vice president of Veterans Initiatives and Military Support for University of Maryland University College Stateside Military Operations, shares information about the Forever GI Bill in the final installment of CBS Radio’s ConnectingVets.com three-part series, which showcases the sacrifice and achievement of UMUC’s military students and the information veterans need to pursue their higher-education goals.
The book signing started as just two vets swapping stories about their grueling days at Army Ranger school.
But before it was over, Medal of Honor recipient Florent Groberg, a UMUC graduate, and Keith Hauk, the university’s associate vice president of Veterans Initiatives for Stateside Military Operations, dug deeply into the psyche of the wounded veteran and the mission of healing.