From combat to college: safe space training meant to ease veteran’s transition into the classroom

Nate Beck, Staff Writer

April 17, 2013

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Wake up. Train. Work. Sleep. Do this six days a week and on Sundays, clean the barracks or go to church. Jacob Nutt spent the summer before his sophomore year at UW-Eau Claire going through 14 weeks of basic training in Ft.... Read more »

Veterans Club and ROTC to host BBQ Dinner and Raffle

Nick Erickson

March 6, 2013

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The UW-Eau Claire Veterans Club and Reserve Officers' Training Corps are teaming up to host a barbecue dinner and raffle for the public from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday night at the American Legion Hall Post 53 on Water Street. While... Read more »

Serving those who have served

Nate Beck, Staff writer

January 31, 2013

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Veterans returning from service to school can look to UW-Eau Claire as a top college for service members. Military Advanced Education named Eau Claire in its 2013 guide to military-friendly colleges and universities.  This... Read more »

University receives award for work with vets

Janelle Gergen

April 29, 2010

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UW-Eau Claire recently received a $10,000 award for its support of veterans on campus. The UW-Extension Adult Friendly Institution Incentive Plan awarded the grant in response to an application that focused on the new Veterans... Read more »

Iraq Vet gets chance to thank Governor

Janelle Gergen

January 28, 2010

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Posted at 12:15 am 2/2/10 Sophomore veteran David Jeske was recognized by Gov. Jim Doyle during the State of the State Address last Tuesday. During his speech, Doyle thanked Jeske, a finance major, for his services to the ... Read more »