By Kevin Gray Major General James M. Milano ’79 assumed duty as the commanding general of the U.S. Army Training Center and Fort Jackson, S.C. on June 16. While the command position requires a great deal of strategic planning and operational oversight, Milano believes there is also a key requirement of the position that isn’t [...]
Brigadier Gen. James M. Milano ’79 Leads Comeback of Public Utilities and Services in Iraq’s Capital
By Dan Edelen April 19, 2008 — When James M. Milano ’79 arrives at the office at 6:45 a.m., his typical schedule includes trips to local markets, checking the status of civic works projects, chatting with residents about issues like trash removal, and meeting with area political officials—all the duties expected of a mayor or [...]
International studies and engineering program is the ideal path for this versatile student Zachary Cleary ’10 (South Glastonbury, Conn.) has no boundaries when it comes to his academic goals. He is currently pursuing a B.S. in mechanical engineering and an A.B. with majors in international studies and Russian and Eastern European studies. His rigorous degree [...]
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