• Resilient Vermont Conference | Looking to the past to plan for the future

    Resilient Vermont Conference | Looking to the past to plan for the future

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  • Accepting nominations for 2022 Resilient Hero Award

    Accepting nominations for 2022 Resilient Hero Award

    DEADLINE: MAY 1, 2022 Read More
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    Musical subterfuge: The Salvadoran Civil War

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Building Resilient Communities through Interdisciplinary Research and Design Collaboration

DIRECTOR
William F. Lyons Jr., JD, MSS, MTUS, MSt.
wlyons@norwich.edu

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, NU RESEARCH CENTERS
Megan Liptak
nucgrs@norwich.edu


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Disclaimer: The opinions represented in the presentations and products showcased on the Center for Global Resilience and Security (CGRS) website represent the participants’ personal views, and do not necessarily reflect the official policies or positions of Norwich University or CGRS.

The Center for Global Resilience and Security (CGRS) brings Norwich University’s unique strengths in leadership, security, experiential education, and perseverance to resilient community building. Our work centers on human resilience.

OUR VALUES are grounded in the guiding values of Norwich University, as well as the vision and mission of the center. They include the following:

  • We see passion, curiosity, creative thinking, and collaborative problem solving as our primary tenets.
  • We respect diverse points of view as a cornerstone of our democracy.
  • We bring our commitment, expertise, and professionalism, as well as our enthusiasm, empathy, and thoughtfulness in answering the global calls to action.
  • We hold in highest esteem our people and reputation.
  • We live the Norwich motto—I will try!—meaning perseverance in the face of adversity. We will use this to build resiliency in our communities.

ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS: RESILIENT HERO AWARD

Recognizing and celebrating individuals or organizations that exemplify the very definition and characteristics of “resilience.” Winners to be announced at the 2022 Resilient Vermont Conference on May 20, 2022. Do you know a resilient hero deserving of this award? We invite your nomination.

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Nomination Deadline
May 1, 2022

NOMINATION FORM


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