Conferences, Symposiums, and Public Lectures
William E. Colby Military Writers' Symposium
Founded in 1996 by Carlo D’Este, W.E.B Griffin, and Ambassador William E. Colby, and renamed in the latter’s memory in 1997, the Colby Symposium has brought over 50 top authors, historians, and filmmakers to Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont, for a two-day residency to participate in open forums, lectures and other related functions. More about the Colby Writers' Symposium >
Graduate Program Residency Lectures
In addition to the distance learning portion of the programs, students enrolled in online graduate programs attend week-long residencies at Norwich University. Students participate in seminars, attend conferences and lectures featuring outstanding scholars and experts, and engage in simulations, demonstrations and group projects. Many of these events are open to the public. For more information, please contact the Graduate Programs Office at 1.802.485.2349.
Vermont State Science & Math Fair
The Vermont State Science & Math Fair brings together junior and senior high school students from throughout the state to compete for awards. These students submit science and math projects at their local school fairs and are selected to participate at the state level. Admittance is free and open to the public.
Faculty Lectures and Colloquia
Academic divisions at Norwich University sponsor many and various colloquia speakers during the academic year which are typically free and open to the public. For a list of campus events, consult the University Master Calendar.