Angel Tree drive, which collects items for children in economically struggling local families, leads week’s slate
The year-end holidays’ advent ushers in the annual giving season. And generosity is on this week’s schedule with the Center for Civic Engagement’s annual Angel Tree Drive.
Read more: Week ahead, Nov. 29 to Dec. 3, 2021: Spirit of giving
30-19 victory over Georgetown in northeast regional helps Cadets advance
Norwich University’s men's rugby team is Houston-bound!
The Cadets punched their ticket to their fourth Division II national final four weekend by claiming the National Collegiate Rugby (NCR) northeast regional title with a 30-19 victory over Georgetown on Sunday morning at the South Jersey Rugby Club Complex.
Read more: Norwich men’s rugby team will head to National Collegiate Rugby Final Four
Architecture + Art chair making teaches craftsmanship, shop safety, geometry
All 24 first-year architecture students received 1/3 of a sheet of plywood to create an iconic Zig Zag chair based upon Gerrit Rietveld’s mid-1930s design. Formed by four wood planes joined in rhythmic sequence, it is one of the first examples of a cantilevered solid wood chair.
Read more: ZIG ZAG SCHWAG
Efforts by Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., helped land grants, establish Norwich University Applied Research Institutes
U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt.’s pending retirement will cap decades of cybersecurity education support that helped birth the Norwich University Applied Research Institutes and land the university millions of dollars in cybersecurity-related research-and-development contracts.
Read more: U.S. senator whose support helped spark Norwich University’s powerhouse cybersecurity programs...
Richard W. Schneider honored by armed forces-veteran-led digital publishing agency
Norwich University President Emeritus Richard W. Schneider was recently named to the Mighty 25, a list of influential military community supporters compiled by We Are The Mighty, an armed forces veteran-led digital publisher and media agency.
Read more: Norwich University president emeritus named to list of influential military supporters
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National Strength and Conditioning Association approval is valid for three years
Norwich University’s Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science degree program has earned approval through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Education Recognition Program (ERP), which is valid for three years.
Read more: Norwich University Exercise Science Program earns approval through national program
Free skates, movies, arts and crafts, snack stations let students catch upon studies, take breather before semester’s final push
And, on the Wellness Days, they slept.
Read more: Wellness Days let Norwich University students renew and recharge ahead of fall semester’s finish