Serving Veteran Students with Disabilities
The following articles have been useful in guiding project efforts to serve post-9/11 veterans with disabilities.
Armour, S. (2005, August 11). Employers put out welcome mat for wounded veterans. USA Today.
Barber, M. (2004, November 11). Wounded veterans face new fight to secure government benefits. Seattle Post Intelligencer.
Burnett, S. E., & Segoria, J. (2009). Collaboration for military transition students from combat to college: It takes a community. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 22(1), 53-58.
Cook, B. J., & Kim, Y. (2009). From soldier to student: Easing the transition of service members on campus. New York: American Association of State Colleges and Universities.
iCasulties.org. (2008). Iraq coalition casualty count (reporting data from the DoD).
Jenkins, C. L. (2008, March 1). VA braces for veterans' needs. Washington Post, p. B10.
Lederman, D. (2008, February 22). What makes a college 'military friendly'. Inside Higher Ed.
O'Herrin, E. (2011). Enhancing veteran success in higher education. Peer Review : Emerging Trends and Key Debates in Undergraduate Education, 13(1), 15.
Understand barriers to helping student-veterans with disabilities. (2007) Disability Compliance for Higher Education, 13(9), 1-4.
Vacchi, D. T. (2012). Considering student veterans on the twenty-first-century college campus. About Campus: Enriching the Student Learning Experience, 17(2), 15-21.
Shackelford, A. L. (2009). Documenting the needs of student veterans with disabilities: Intersection roadblocks, solutions, and legal realities. Journey of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 22(1), 36-42.