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Teaching & Learning Resources: Veterans

Resources for faculty & staff development

Selected Books for Faculty/Staff

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Selected articles

Ackerman, R., DiRamio, D., & Garza Mitchell, R. L. (2009). Transitions: Combat veterans as college students. New Directions for Student Services, (126), 5-14.

Barnard-Brak, L., Bagby, J., Jones, N., & Sulak, T. (2011). Teaching post 9/11 student-veterans with symptoms of PTSD: The influence of faculty perceptions and self-efficacy. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 35(1), 29-36.

Bellafiore, M. (2012). From combat to campus. Academe, 98(5), 33-36.

Branker, C. (2009). Deserving design: The new generation of student veterans. Journal Of Postsecondary Education And Disability, 22(1), 59-66.

Council for Adult and Experiential, L. (2010). Duty, Honor, Country... & Credit: Serving the Education and Learning Needs of Active Military and Veterans. CAEL Forum and News 2010. Council for Adult and Experiential Learning.

Field, K., Hebel, S., & Smallwood, S. (2008). Cost, convenience drive veterans' college choices. (Cover story). Chronicle of Higher Education, 54(46), A1-A14.

Institutional response to an emerging population of veterans. (2011). ASHE Higher Education Report, 37(3), 95-112.

Knapp, S. (2013). Stepping up: We must do more to help student veterans succeed. Presidency, 1-3.

Livingston, W. G., Havice, P. A., Scott D. A., & Cawthon, T. W. (2012). Social camouflage: Interpreting male student veterans' behavior for residence life professionals. Journal of College & University Student Housing, 38/39(2/1), 176-185.

Lokken, J. M., Pfeffer, D. S., McAuley, J., & Strong, C. (2009). A statewide approach to creating veteran-friendly campuses. New Directions for Student Services, (126), 45-54.

Markel, N., Trujillo, R., Callahan, P., & Marks, M. (2010). Resiliency and retention in veterans returning to college: Results of a pilot study. Paper presented at the Veterans in Higher Education Conference: Listening, Responding, Changing for Student Success (Tucson, AZ, Sep 2010).

McCaslin, S. E., Leach, B., Herbst, E., & Armstrong, K. (2013). Overcoming barriers to care for returning veterans: Expanding services to college campuses. Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development, 50(8), vii-xiv.

O'Herrin, E. (2011). Enhancing veteran success in higher education. Peer Review, 13(1), 15-18.

Reynolds, C.V. (2013). From combat to campus. Chronicle of Higher Education, 21-26.

Rumann, C. B., & Hamrick, F. A. (2009). Supporting student veterans in transition. New Directions for Student Services, (126), 25-34.

Sander, L. (2014). National data signal college success for military veterans. Chronicle of Higher Education, 60(29), A8-A10.

Sander, L. (2012). With GI Bill's billions at stake, colleges compete to lure veterans. (Cover story). Chronicle of Higher Education, 58(35), A1-A8.

Sargent, W. R. (2009). Helping veterans transition into academic life through the creation of a university veteran support group: So we can better serve those who served us.

Street, M. (2014). Military veterans bring value to the classroom. Chronicle of Higher Education online.

Summerlot, J., Green, S., & Parker, D. (2009). Student veterans organizations. New Directions for Student Services, (126), 71-79.

Vacchi, D. T. (2012). Considering student veterans on the twenty-first-century college campus. About Campus, 17(2), 15-21.

Whiteman, S. D., Barry, A. E., Mroczek, D. K., & MacDermid Wadsworth, S. (2013). The development and implications of peer emotional support for student service members/veterans and civilian college students. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 60(2), 265-278.

Women warriors: Supporting female student veterans. (2011). ASHE Higher Education Report, 37(3), 69-80.