TSU Plans a Tribute to Veterans
Texas Southern University will pay tribute to veterans with a four-day schedule of events, beginning November 7th through November 10th on the campus. Taiwan Johnson, Coordinator of the University's Office of Veterans Affairs, has invited Lori A. Campbell, Lieutenant, Nurse Corps United States Navy, to speak at the University Veterans Day Program on November 10th from noon to 2 p.m.
Lt. Campbell has received military awards and decorations, including four Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals and multiple service and unit awards. She joined the Hampton University Roads NROTC unit in Norfolk, VA where she received the B.S. degree in Nursing from Hampton University in
2003 as a cum laude graduate. Her first duty assignment as a Nurse Corps Officer was at Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, working in the Labor and Delivery department. She rose quickly through the ranks to become a Charge Nurse and was awarded Junior Nurse of the Third Quarter at one of the largest Department of Defense Hospitals in the nation. She received the Master's Degree in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Hampton in 2006. Lt. Campbell is in the final research phase of her dissertation towards earning the Ph.D.
Other Veterans Week Activities include: A Q & A with TSU's Counseling Center, Department of Social Work and Department of Military Science - Monday, Nov. 7 from 7 - 9.
Tuesday, Nov. 8th the TSU Faculty/Staff Veteran Task Force will meet; 6-7 p.m., Student Center. From 7 p.m. to 8:30 pm., Student Veterans of America will meet in the Student Center.
Wednesday, Nov. 9th, the Veterans Affairs Office is inviting everyone to join in a Community Service Project.
Thursday, Nov. 10th, is the Seventh Annual Veterans program beginning at 12 Noon, Sawyer Auditorium on campus.