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This edition: From Combat to Campus: Veterans at CUNY

Episode Details

Original tape date: April 15, 2014.

First aired: April 27, 2014.

On this month’s show, we look at veterans and veteran’s services across the CUNY spectrum. The Office of Veterans Affairs offers many things to CUNY vets, and we look at the center as well as four veterans who have benefited from CUNY veterans services. Brooklyn College’s Philip F. Napoli wrote an oral history on the Vietnam War that disputes the stereotype of Vietnam war vets as debilitated, and we chat with him and two of the vets from the book, one of whom is a BC graduate as well. Jane Katz, a 50-year teaching ‘vet’ of CUNY and former US Olympian, talks about her new swim therapy program for vets, W.E.T.S. for Vets. Barry Mitchell visits with ex-Marine and now high school math teacher, Ana Mojocoa of Queens College. And we revisit the story of Garen and Anna Marshall – Garen defused bombs in the Iraq War and went on to graduate from Baruch College.

Guest List

Ph.D. Alice F. Artzt Professor, Queens College/CUNY

Adam Baumel John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Lisa Beatha CUNY Office of Veterans Affairs

Mariette Kalinowski Hunter College

Dr. Jane Katz Master Swimmer and Women's Swimming Coach, John Jay College/CUNY

Mark MacNaughton John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Anna Marshall Baruch College

Mr. Garen Marshall Graduate, Baruch College

Ana Mojocoa Queens College

Philip Napoli Brooklyn College

Susan O'Neill

Tanesha Orridge John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Monique Thomas Borough of Manhattan Community College

Lawrence Uebbing John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Anthony Wallace Brooklyn College

Web Extras

Study with the Best: Time2000

Alice Artzt runs into another student of Queens College's Time20000 programs.

Ana Mojocoa In A Spelling Bee

Ana Mojocoa talks about competing in a 5th Grade spelling bee while she was in 2nd Grade.
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