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UNC Federal Relations Vice President Kimrey Rhinehardt Testifies Before Senate HELP Committee

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UNC System President Tom Ross Testifies Before the House Committee on Veterans Affairs

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This Public University Has A Plan To Compete With For-Profit Colleges Aggressively Recruiting Vets

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UNC CORE To Be Offered At Camp Lejeune

Military members at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina looking to further their education now have a new option. UNC has extended their CORE Certificate Program to give service members a chance to earn their degree.


Bathanti named the Charles George VA Medical Center Writer-in-Residence

Joseph Bathanti has been named the Charles George VA Medical Center (VAMC) Writer-in-Residence in an innovative program in the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) in Asheville. Bathanti is a professor of creative writing at Appalachian State University and award-winning novelist, poet and essayist.


UNCC Wins $3.5M Big Data Grant from DARPA

Daniel Janies and Xinghua “Mindy” Shi of the Department of Bioinformatics and Genomics at UNC Charlotte have joined Ward Wheeler and Peter Whiteley of the American Museum of Natural History in a $3.5 million award under DARPA’s Big Data program called SIMPLEX. The goal of this project within the SIMPLEX program is to develop new ways to encode, analyze, and visualize large datasets on human genetics, languages, and culture in a common framework to better understand zones of conflict


Appalachian awarded $273,922 from U.S. Department of Education to support Student Veterans

A $273,922, three-year grant awarded to Appalachian State University from the U.S. Department of Education will be used to support Student Veterans on campus. Appalachian is the only UNC system school to receive DOE Centers of Excellence for Veteran Student Success (CEVSS) funding.


UNCW again ranks among best colleges; earns new accolade for focus on veterans

UNC-Wilmington has maintained its spot on an annual list of best colleges and has achieved a new accolade for its commitment to veterans.For the first time, UNCW received recognition on U.S. News & World Report’s 2016 “Best Colleges for Veterans” list, coming in at number 14 among all universities in the south, and fourth among the public universities on the list.

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