Kaylee Short , Graduate Research Assistant, Military REACH
November is Native American Heritage Month which is a time to celebrate and recognize our country’s Indigenous peoples, including Indigenous Service members who are often left out of our history's narrative.
This piece discusses neurodivergence among U.S. Service members; how another country practices inclusion within their service; and a call to action moving forward to improve the lives of those who are neurodivergent.
Allison Tidwell, Military REACH Graduate Research Assistant, successfully defended her Master's Thesis this month. She will begin working on her Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Science this spring.
As of 2020, ~50% of our active duty Service members (including Guard and Reserve) are married (N = 1,013,972) and ~36% (N = 800,176) have children.