“Self-development is not selfish; it is a combat multiplier. The more educated and mentally sound you are, the more you will be able to help and educate others. In other words, prioritizing self-development is critical to the long-term sustainment of the U.S. Army.” – Sgt. Maj. Horval
The USASMA Fellowship Program at Fort Bliss, Texas is a broadening program which, selects highly qualified sergeants major candidates every year to attain a master’s degree in Lifelong Learning and Adult Education from Pennsylvania State University or a degree in Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation (IDD&E) from the School of Education, Syracuse University. Students in the IDD&E program at Syracuse University are supported by the Online Student Success team at University College—reinforcing Syracuse’s commitment to veterans and military-connected students!