Articles tagged “Military Science / ROTC”
Spartan Nurse Skip Shipley (Captain, U.S. Army Reserve) graduated from the ROTC in 1993, and later returned to MSU for his MSN. Scholarship and fellowship support helped him along the way.
A Rivalry Week event created to honor the memory of an MSU student raises support for students at Michigan State and the University of Michigan.
Air Force ROTC alumni came back to campus for a reception, tailgate, and the MSU vs. Air Force football game.
ROTC members will run the game ball from Ann Arbor to East Lansing on the Friday before the MSU/UM football game, raising awareness for the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities along the way.
Brig. Gen. Arthur Austin Jr. was recently inducted in the Spartan Battalion Hall of Fame.
After serving four years as an Army Ranger and three deployments to Afghanistan, Brendan attended the University of South Florida to study computer science & engineering and then came to MSU.
The Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD) and the Spartan Armed Forces Council have teamed up to assist student veterans with the transition to the daily routines of student life.
An update on the Spartan Scholarship Challenge program, as of April 2010.
This video features student Jeremy Blaney talking about the importance of financial aid for students.