Applications for the 2020 Arts in the Armed Forces Student Veteran Internship Program are open through December 16, 2019.Read more
Rutgers-Newark launches a new humanities course for veterans called the Clemente Veterans’ Initiative at the Cornwall Center.Read more
The New York Military Affairs Symposium hosts Why Pearl Harbor? Behind Japan’s Planning on December 6, at 7pm. Led by Theodore F. Cook, Jr., from William Paterson University of New Jersey / NYMAS Board.
NYMAS talks are free and open to the public. NYMAS is supported in part by a grant from the New York Council for the Humanities.
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The Tully Rinckey Foundation presents the annual Veterans in Economic Transition Conference, or VETCON, November 19-20.Read more