Ross Bryant’s business card is telling of the kind of outreach he is championing for active military and veteran students attending UNLV this fall.
The first director of UNLV’s newly formed Office of Veteran Services has his cellphone number listed prominently on his card. It’s there so veteran students can reach him day or night to talk about anything, Bryant said.
What the former career military officer doesn’t have on his card is also revealing.
Bryant — a retired Army major who saw the Berlin Wall fall in 1989 — doesn’t note his rank. That’s because he doesn’t want to create any barriers between him and his fellow veterans.