U.S. Air Force Reserve Maj. Gen. Gary W. Keefe lauds commissionees for defending Constitution and its ideals
They marched into Sabine Field, uniforms pressed, gazes purposeful, strides deliberate, ready for their long-awaited moment. Joint Commissioning was nigh, and before the Norwich University ROTC cadets swore into their armed forces branches, they’d sit their last collective stint together.
Read more: ‘Let the weight of those words resonate within you.’
MacArthur Award ranks Norwich as top ROTC program among Senior and Junior Military Colleges for 2019-20
Col. Joel Newsom told nearly 100 U.S. Army commissionees from Norwich University, some on Sabine Field and Haynes Family Stadium, some watching online, to celebrate their accomplishments, strive for more and lead empathetically.
Read more: U.S. Army commissions 98 grads from 2021 Class, announces MacArthur Award
Faith Privett meets with staff from offices of Rep. Peter Welch, Sen. Bernie Sanders
As a byproduct of her experience at Posters on the Hill, last week’s national research conference for college undergraduates, Norwich University junior Faith Privett met virtually with two aides from the offices of U.S. legislators representing Vermont, Rep. Peter Welch, a Democrat, and Sen. Bernie Sanders, an independent.
Read more: From posters to politics: Student researcher meets with federal officials’ aides
NORTHFIELD, Vt. — The Pritzker Military Foundation, on behalf of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library in Chicago, has committed $650,000 to the Norwich University Military Writers’ Symposium.
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After managing coronavirus pandemic and hybrid learning, Norwich University graduates about 447 students, many at on-campus ceremonies
Even if the chairs were spaced extra wide at Kreitzberg Arena and Shapiro Fieldhouse on Saturday, the U.S. flag was spread across the stage, the mortarboards and dress uniforms were on and there was enough joy and optimism to fill every sliver of space.
Read more: After year of twists, Commencement brings moment of triumph
President fires cannon for Class of 2021, graduates’ friends and family and university staff
Norwich University’s spring semester and 2020-21 academic year concluded Saturday with an appreciative salvo of bangs on the campus’s Upper Parade Ground.
Read more: Bang, bang, bang went the cannon...
NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University named Dr. Julia Bernard as its first-ever vice president of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, effective July 1.
Read more: Norwich University names Dr. Julia Bernard vice president of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University celebrated Commencement and Commissioning ceremonies on Saturday, May 1, in a hybrid of virtual streamed and in-person events held campus-wide in accordance with Vermont pandemic guidelines and with the Norwich community’s health and safety as the highest priority.
Read more: Norwich University graduates the Class of 2021, commissions graduates into the U.S. military