In This Installment of Access the ExpertsRebecca Hannagan, Ph.D., University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Office of Military and Veteran Services (OMVS) Director answers the question: "What kind of support do military students and veterans receive if they decide to pursue a degree?"
Prior to serving in her current role, Hannagan most recently served as the Research and Integration Branch Head with the Directorate of Analytics and Performance Optimization for Headquarters Marine Corps in Arlington, Virginia. She earned a Master of Science in Political Science at UNO, as well as a double graduate of Nebraska-Lincoln with a Bachelor of Arts and a Ph.D. in Political Science.
UNO OMVS supports student success by nurturing a strong military community on campus and providing military-affiliated students with resources and services. UNO consistently ranks among the top universities for veterans, active duty members, and their families.
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