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EBV Info Portal: Home

A collection of business research resources for participants in the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities

Syracuse University

EBV Librarian: Stephanie McReynolds

sjmcreyn@syr.edu

315-443-9524

Syracuse EBV Research Guide

Florida State University

EBV Librarian: Trip Wyckoff

twyckoff@fsu.edu

850-645-1475

FSU EBV Research Guide

Saint Joseph's University

EBV Librarian: Cynthia (Cindy) Slater

cslater@sju.edu

610-660-1139

Saint Joseph's University Library

Louisiana State University

Tom Diamond photo

EBV Librarian: Tom Diamond

notted@lsu.edu

225-578-6572

LSU EBV Research Guide

Texas A&M University

Jared Hoppenfeld

EBV Librarian: Jared Hoppenfeld

jhoppenf@tamu.edu

979-862-1982

A&M EBV Research Guide

EBV Librarian: Alyson Vaaler

asvaaler@library.tamu.edu

979-862-8933

A&M EBV Research Guide

Purdue University

Cornell University

EBV Librarian: Ken Bolton

ktb4@cornell.edu

607-255-4103

The Nestle Library Research Guides

UCLA

EBV Librarian: Michael Oppenheim

moppenhe@library.ucla.edu

310-825-0769

Rosenfeld Library

University of Connecticut

EBV Librarian: Steve Batt

steven.batt@uconn.edu

860-486-6128

UConn EBV Research Guide

University of Missouri

EBV Librarian: Gwen Gray

grayg@missouri.edu

573-882-9162

University of Missouri Libraries

Welcome

Welcome to your EBV Info Portal! This website consists of two different types of business research resources: 1) valuable (and usually high-priced) databases which are being donated for those currently in the EBV program and 2) websites available to anyone online which your EBV librarians have selected for inclusion in this resource.

You will find information about your EBV librarians on this page as well so feel free to contact any of us should you need help.

EBV Library Support

In addition to creating this Info Portal, EBV librarians have also provided the following services at some of the EBV universities:

  • Laptop lending
  • Presentation during the on-site visit
  • Face-to-face consultations on business research
  • Availability throughout the year to help with research questions
  • Local database, journal, and book collection availability
  • Creation of online business research guides (see each librarian's profile below for links)

For more information on how librarians have supported EBV participants, check out the article "Librarians and the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans: Helping Disabled Veterans With Business Research."