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Transition STEM: A Wounded Warriors Think Tank Assists Veterans Pursuing STEM Education and Careers

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Photo of Kara Hayes, Wounded Warrior, presenting a Transition Success Story.

Kara Hayes, Wounded Warrior, presents a Transition Success Story at Transition STEM: A Wounded Warriors Think Tank, held in Kansas City, Mo., July 27-28.

Credit: Alexis Petri, Institute for Human Development, University of Missouri-Kansas City


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Photo of Dan Sewell giving a Veteran Student Perspective.

Dan Sewell gives a Veteran Student Perspective at Transition STEM: A Wounded Warriors Think Tank.

Credit: Alexis Petri, Institute for Human Development, University of Missouri-Kansas City


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Photo of Ted Daywalt, President of VetJobs, giving a Keynote Address.

Ted Daywalt, President of VetJobs, gives a Keynote Address at Transition STEM: A Wounded Warriors Think Tank.

Credit: Alexis Petri, Institute for Human Development, University of Missouri-Kansas City


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Photo of Kyle Hausmann-Stokes giving a Keynote Address.

Kyle Hausmann-Stokes gives a Keynote Address at Transition STEM: A Wounded Warriors Think Tank.

Credit: Alexis Petri, Institute for Human Development, University of Missouri-Kansas City


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