Recognition2018-09-28T11:16:07+00:00

Recognition

The VRSC recognizes the contributions of student veterans, as well as those of faculty, staff, and advisors at Texas A&M University.  Each month, a student veteran is recognized as the Student Veteran of the Month, and a Student Veteran of the Year is also selected among the monthly recipients.  Additionally, the “Student Veteran Support of the Year” Award is presented to one of the nominated faculty, staff or advisors.

The 2015-2018 Student Veterans of the Month:

  • September 2015 – Cory Thompson
  • October 2015 – Forest Clark
  • November 2015 – Gap Barbin
  • December 2015 – Jeremiah Lopez
  • January 2016 – Mitchell Craddock
  • February 2016 – Daniel Cooper
  • March 2016- Jared W. Sprunk
  • April 2016- Justin Gor
  • May 2016- Joseph Haney
  • August 2016- Joshua McPhail
  • September 2016- Steven Turner
  • October 2016- Gregg Dunn
  • November 2016- Nicholas Romer
  • December 2016-  Nethaniel Gjesdal
  • January 2017- Scott Gee
  • February 2017- Ciara Price
  • March 2017- Jacque Swann
  • April 2017- Carlos Candia
  • May 2017- Tallon Dillard
  • August 2017- Jarrod Romine
  • October 2017 – Jarrell Patton
  • January 2018 – Spencer Horn
  • February 2018 – Alyssa Knuth
  • March 2018 – Steve Mullen
  • April 2018 – Stephani Luebben
  • May 2018 – Kiersten Keller
  • August 2018 – James Trip

Student Veteran of the Month: September 2018

Travis Wood

Major: Biomedical Science

  • Pre-Medical Society Most Valuable Member Fall 2018 / Distinguished Member
  • Head Manager at West End Elixir Co.
  • College Station Silkiest Hike Chief of Board of Directors
  • Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) Tutor
  • Local Volunteer at Nursing Homes and Hospitals

Student Veteran Support of the Month: September 2018

Brynn Ruiz

Academic Advisor, Office of the Dean of Education & Human Development

  • President’s Award for Academic Advising – May 2018
  • “Advisors: Superheroes Without the Cape” Co-presented at Texas A&M UAC Symposium – November 17
  • Brynn received her Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences from the University of North Texas and her Master of Art in Higher Education Administration from Sam Houston State University.