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Institute for the Health and Security of Military Families

Goff receives two honors from military

Brianna Goff, institute director, receives honors from NEED NAMES HERE.
Briana Goff, institute director, receives honors with Command Sgt. Maj. Maurice Jackson, left, and Brig. Gen. Eric J. Wesley.

Briana Goff, director of the Institute for the Health and Security of Military Families, was honored with two awards this spring.

She received the K-State Excellence in Engagement Award for her engaged work with the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley as well as national military and veteran initiatives through the Institute. The university-wide awards recognize initiatives that demonstrate innovative and/or sustained efforts in university/community engagement through research, teaching and/or outreach that positively impacts university and community partners.

Dr. Goff also received the Fort Riley Distinguished Trooper Award. Daryl Youngman, associate professor, K-State Libraries, also received a trooper award. They were recognized for the extensive programs they have developed serving soldiers, military families and staff at Fort Riley. In 2014, they received the Department of the Army Commanders Award for Public Service.

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