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Challenges Facing Veterans and Military Service Personnel with Admiral Mike Mullen

Challenges Facing Tomorrow’s Military: America’s Servicemen and Women and Our Nation’s Responsibility to Them in the 21st Century

with Admiral Mike Mullen, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photos by Perry Smith, UNH Photographic Services.


The Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Policy honors the leadership of veterans and military service personnel, and celebrates the Rudman Fellows Program.

Noted participants                                      

The Honorable Jeanne Shaheen, U.S. Senate

Master of Ceremonies: Professor Erin B. Corcoran, Executive Director of the Rudman Center

Welcome by UNH Law's Dean John T. Broderick, Jr.


This event is made possible by the Rudman Center’s Robert J. Dole Veterans’ and Military Service Personnel Committee:

Walter Havenstein (Chair)
The Honorable William Chatfield
Major General Ken Clark, USAF (Ret.)
David J. Cuzzi
Samuel Horton, PE
Colonel Ken Lull, USA (Ret.)
William J. McCann
Lieutenant General Dick Newton, USAF (Ret.)
The Honorable Mark Sullivan
Rear Admiral Frank Thorp IV, USN (Ret.)
The Honorable Bill Zeliff

The Rudman Fellows Program

The Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Policy provides scholarship, training, and opportunity for a new generation of leaders who cherish public service. The Rudman Center and its programs also serve as a living monument to Senator Rudman and the other leaders of his political generation whose values and examples it seeks to foster, transmit and preserve.

The hallmark of the Rudman Center is the Rudman Fellows Program, which selects two entering law students each year and develops their interest and skills in public policy. The Rudman Center also provides summer fellowships for at least 20 students working in public service or with underserved populations.

Questions? Please contact:
Karen J. Borgstrom
UNH Law Vice President of Institutional Advancement

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