MSU Denver honors our student and employee veterans
Join Veteran and Military Student Services in saluting service members, and see how MSU Denver is shining a spotlight on their experience.
November 12, 2018
Today, Metropolitan State University of Denver recognizes the many faculty, staff and students across campus who are active military members or veterans.
In honor of Veterans Day, please join Veteran and Military Student Services for a tri-institutional celebration featuring food, fellowship and a keynote address from “Semper Sarah” Plummer Taylor, a twice-deployed U.S. Marine Corps veteran, service-related trauma survivor, author, yoga instructor and social worker.
Open to all campus community members
Veterans are also invited to check out a number of events designed to build community and connections happening through the week.
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