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Trojan Helmet Built with Flair

Talk about Trojan pride! MBV alum James Galindo has quite literally fused the identity of MBV students, combining their military culture with USC spirit. Full article here: https://www.uscmbv.org/2016/09/01/trojan-headwear-built-flair/ “James Galindo MBV ’16, a USC Marshall School of Business alum, creates custom helmets for followers of the Master of Business for Veterans program. Modified from actual combat helmets, each

This USC business degree is tailored to veterans

There’s a huge difference between the military and civilian business world. How do we mitigate the difference? With a business degree focused on translating existing strengths. Full article here: https://www.uscmbv.org/2016/06/15/usc-business-degree-tailored-veterans/ “When James Bogle left the Army for the business world, he noticed a major cultural difference from the rigid hierarchy of the military. ‘We could be

For Soldier Jeremy Todd, the latest deployment is at USC

For Soldier Jeremy Todd, the latest deployment is at USC Check out the full article: https://www.uscmbv.org/2016/05/30/soldier-jeremy-todd-latest-deployment-usc/ “In the classrooms of Bridge Hall, Jeremy Todd looks like a typical USC Marshall School of Business student. But you can’t judge a book by its cover.”

Tapping into the military identity to serve veterans more effectively

“James Bogle, MBV Program Director, discussed how tapping into the military culture of bonding and shared mission can support veteran students’ success in academia.” Check out the full article: https://www.educationdive.com/news/tapping-into-the-military-identity-to-serve-veterans-more-effectively/525102/ “Institution leaders are all too aware that the student population has become increasingly diverse, and they’ve become accustomed to the phrase, ‘serving the needs of nontraditional