Matthew NolanResearch Assistant
Matthew Nolan is a Research Assistant at the Cicero Institute where he works on Regulatory, Homelessness, and Education Policy. He served as an infantryman in the Marines from 2010-2015 with deployments to Afghanistan, Australia and Okinawa with billets including Point Man, Automatic Rifleman, Team Leader, Squad Leader and Company Training Non-Commissioned Officer. Matthew Nolan ’21 received his B.A from Dartmouth College in English with high honors and Classics where he was president of the Student Veterans Association and an executive member of the BG Fraternity. For his English thesis, he completed a manuscript of poems titled ‘BURN’ which details his experience at war in Afghanistan and the transformation veterans undergo when they come home. His writing is featured in the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library, the Dartmouth College Rauner and Sanborn libraries, and by various small publications. In Classics, he received extensive grant funding to study the role of hoplite warfare and training in the culture of Classical Greece.
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