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Veterans' Career Panel

Are you a veteran, transitioning from military duty to academic/civilian life? If so, read on!
Wednesday, December 2, 2015, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Longaberger Alumni House
2200 Olentangy River Road
Columbus, OH 43210

Veterans’ Career Panel: An Evening of Networking for Veterans in Career Transition

Join us for an informative evening supporting more than 1,800 veterans who attend The Ohio State University, as well as many more veterans who are Buckeye alumni and friends. A panel of veterans, employers and representatives from Ohio State's Office of Military and Veterans Services will share insights on educational and career opportunities for veterans as they transition from military duty to academic and civilian life.

The discussion will cover topics such as:

  • Challenges and opportunities unique to veterans
  • Assistance for veterans via education and government services
  • Employer programs specifically for veterans




Business casual


$20 ($10 for current Ohio State students)

Unfortunately, we will not be able to provide refunds after your registration is processed.


Please contact customer service at or 614-292-3314.


About the Panel

>Mike Carrell

Assistant Provost and Director, Office of Military and Veterans Services, The Ohio State University
Colonel, United States Air Force (Ret.)

>Doug Howard

Vice President, Commercial Banking Special Assets Division, Huntington National Bank
Sergeant, United States Army (Ret.)

>Judi Kipfer

Products FE&I Manager and U.S. Veteran’s Advisory Council Program Lead, Accenture Management Consulting
Lance Corporal, United States Marine Corps

>Regan Morrison

Human Resources Manager, Ohio Department of Transportation

>Jon Rust

Planning Lead, Marketing Technology, Nationwide Insurance
Major, United States Army

>Bryan Scanlon

Business Operations Analyst, Accenture Management Consulting
Petty Officer Third Class, United States Navy 


This event is hosted by the Bill and Susan Lhota Office of Alumni Career Management in partnership with Ohio State’s Office of Military and Veterans Services.