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Campus & Residence Life
Social Camouflage: Interpreting Male Student Veterans' Behavior for Residence Life Professionals
From the Journal of College & University Student Housing. Abstract:
The term "Camouflage" implies obscurity and concealment. Male student veterans who return from the military often employ a social camouflage; though some may reveal and discuss their military experience, their overriding objective is to blend in, have a "normal" college experience, and graduate. This creates challenges for housing professionals and student staff. Hence, the overarching questions explored in this article are "How do male student veterans interact within the campus community, and what role does housing provide for these student veterans?"
Student Veterans Organizations
From New Directions for Student Services. Abstract:
Involvement in campus organizations can be an important factor in student success. Student veterans organizations are becoming common on college campuses as students who have served in the military seek the sense of community that comes from joining with other veterans in shared purpose