The National Veterans Resource Center (NVRC) will host its first ever living, military-themed library on November 15 from noon to 5 p.m. cultural background, talents and life experiences serving or supporting a person serving in the military. The “Living Books” will share their stories on various topics with “readers” who engage in one-on-one or small group conversations.
Living Library is an annual event encouraging people from different backgrounds to talk to and learn from each other in a safe and supportive environment.
“Syracuse University classrooms and campuses benefit tremendously from the inclusion of military-related students, faculty and staff,” said Ron Novack, Executive Director of the Office of Veterans Affairs . “This year’s military-themed Living Library event is an opportunity to bring together the entire campus community to hear first-hand the experiences, backgrounds and personal stories of our veterans and students. and professors linked to the army. “
The Living Books will share their experience on a variety of topics, including military service, military transition, managing a family while in service, disability, feelings of alienation and ending the war in Afghanistan.
The living library is open to the campus community. Participants can reserve living books in advance for a specific time by filling out the form Registration Form before November 10. If you have difficulty using this form or would like to register as a living book, visit the site NVRC Living Library Landing Page. To request accommodation, please contact us before November 10.