Cohort’s jewelry distributed in Milano Ballroom reception; president toasts accomplishment
With snow falling and outdoor breath steaming, it may be hard to contemplate Spring Commencement. But the civilian Class of 2022 stepped toward their finish Friday night, receiving their class rings in a Milano Ballroom ceremony.
Read more: Class of 2022 civilian students ring in new year with milestone moment
Key academic deadlines and a collection of outdoor recreation options highlight the week on campus.
Read more: Week ahead, Jan. 17 to Jan. 23, 2022: Go with the snow
President Mark Anarumo thanks COVID-10-positive or symptomatic students for delaying campus return
President Mark Anarumo on Thursday updated Norwich University’s community on the newly begun spring semester and called for increased empathy amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic.
Read more: Norwich University leader updates community on semester and calls for empathy
Morgan Tefft’s overtime score Jan. 7 won the game and ranked first among ESPN SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays
Call it Morgan Tefft’s terrific triple, a moment that layered sweet on sweet on sweet like a gourmet slice of ice hockey tiramisu. A spectacular goal … wins a game in sudden-death overtime … and gets broadcast on national television.
Read more: For a thrilling win and national mention, nothing glitters like this goal
Dr. Steven Sodergren, a Colby Award-winning author, discusses book in Virginia presentation
Dr. Steven Sodergren, Norwich University’s Political History and Political Science Department chairman, discussed Civil War trench warfare Thursday night at the Petersburg Civil War Roundtable, presented by Pamplin Historical Park & The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier.
Read more: Norwich history professor talks trench warfare at Petersburg Civil War Roundtable
Colleges tapped by Defense Department-directed agency come from 34 states and the District of Columbia
The U.S. Cyber Command on Wednesday named Norwich University one of 84 new college and university partners for its Academic Engagement Network.
Read more: Norwich University invited to join U.S. Cyber Command’s Academic Engagement Network
At Baccalaureate Nursing Pinning Ceremony, students celebrate collective support and key adjustments
Health emergencies have no clock, and sometimes happen well into night’s darkness, Chelsea Nieves learned. A 7 p.m.-to-7 a.m. rotation at Central Vermont Medical Center’s emergency department, part of her Norwich University nursing program, turned her schedule, academic, circadian and otherwise, briefly upside down.
Read more: There for the patients, there for one another
Nurse Leadership Award winner congratulates classmates for conquering coronavirus pandemic hurdles
The spirits were willing, but the teleconferencing technology, occasionally, could pique.
Read more: ‘We had an unusual course of stay’