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“I Just Don’t Like to Have My Car Marked”: Nuancing Identity Attachments and Belonging in Student Veterans

Feelings of belonging factor importantly in college student retention and degree completion; for student veterans, these feelings are strongly associated with college adjustment. The experiences of student veterans in higher education continues to be an area of inquiry, as favorable…

Beyond being the best: educating for narrative repair in transition from British Army to ‘Civvy Street’

This thesis presents a military to civilian transition (MCT) autoethnography to highlight the unique nature of military life and work, and how this can complexify a move back to ‘Civvy Street’. It reinforces prevailing research indicating that the total career…

Social Integration of Student Veterans: The Influence of Interactions with Faculty on Peer-Group Interactions

Student veterans are distinct nontraditional students, inasmuch as their transition to campus is twofold. They are not only taking on the role of a student, but also their new lives as civilians. Their relationships with peers can then be strained,…

Veterans in Classrooms: Post Traumatic Stress, Seating Preferences, and Achievement

Anecdotal knowledge and qualitative research has suggested that previously deployed combat veterans prefer particular seating locations. Students at a university near a large army base chose preferred seats and answered survey items regarding trauma symptoms and academic achievement. There was…

Supporting younger military veterans to succeed in Australian higher education

Military veterans are largely invisible within Australian higher education. There remains little national evidence to confirm how many veterans are accessing and succeeding in higher education, who they are, and what universities could do to improve their access, success, and…

The reproduction of the gender regime: the military and education as state apparatuses constraining the military wife student

Contributing to both Marxist and feminist theory, we argue that the combined practices of the state apparatuses, the military and education system, constrain these women's access to, and progress in, HE, and that the patriarchal gender regime is reproduced through…

Experiences and Challenges of Students with a Military Background at an Academic Medical Center

Limited information exists regarding Students with Military Backgrounds (SMB) enrolled in academic medical settings, although there is extensive research focused on SMB attending community colleges and undergraduate universities. This study documents SMB experiences at an academic medical center related to…

Department of Education UK Common Transfer File

A CTF is used to transfer information when a pupil transfers from one school to another and systems should be developed to generate and export CTFs. This could be at the end of an academic year or phase of education…

A Study of Rural and Native-American College Students’ Military Identities, Military Family History, and Reading Interests

This study addresses college students in a Southwestern, economically depressed, rural area, with their state of residence having a high number, per capita, of service-members and veterans of recent wars. Additionally, some students identified as Native American. The study’s purpose…