A Reading and Discussion with Nancy Sherman October 14 2:30-4:00 207 Hall of Languages Please join the Nonfiction Reading Series and the Moral Injury Project of Syracuse University for a reading and discussion by Dr. Nancy Sherman, author of Afterwar and the Untold War on Friday, October 14th, from 2:30-4:00 p.m. in 207 Hall of Languages. Following her reading,... Read more
We are the committee that steers the Moral Injury Project. We are an inter-disciplinary, cross-campus collaborative of veterans, students, staff, faculty, and researchers aiming to address moral injury and raise awareness about the psychological and spiritual wounds endured by those that have sacrificed themselves for our freedom. We are also chaplains, professors, administrators, artists, and military family members; we are sufferers and survivors of moral injury. As practitioners of various disciplines, arts, faiths, and spiritual perspectives, we have united to embrace the multiple forms of dialogue that address moral injury and foster moral repair. In doing so, we situate ourselves within the broader context of acknowledging moral injury, both as activists working to increase understanding and as facilitators working to promote healing and integration.
Andrew H. Miller is a writer and former Army Captain.
Jennifer Reddy is the Associate Director and Veterans Services Coordinator at LeMoyne College. Read more
Pamela J. Johnson, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. is a past Assistant Professor at Syracuse University.
Amber L. Pitoniak, B.S., M.S.W. is a recent graduate of Syracuse University and research assistant at the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF).
Jennifer Jeffery, M.S. is a recent graduate from Syracuse University’s MLIS program and a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard.
Susan B. French is a community volunteer, activist, and educator.
Peg Stearns is the Director of Financial Aid at University College and the Director of the Veterans Resource Center at Syracuse University. Read more
Sam P. Clemence is the Interim Dean of Hendricks Chapel.
Rev. Tiffany L. Steinwert, Ph.D., currently Dean of Religious and Spiritual Life at Wellesley College, was our leader at Hendricks Chapel for our project’s first year of existence (2014-2015).