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  • Center for Global Resilience and Security Senior Fellows Michelle Klassen Merrigan and Dr. Kahwa Douoguih sit at a table in the Kretizberg Library Todd Multipurpose Room and discuss the value of grit Nov. 14, 2019, at Kreitzberg Library.

    Bond on the run

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  • Change for the worse, planning for the better

    Change for the worse, planning for the better

  • Norwich leads the charge on Vermont resilience

    Norwich leads the charge on Vermont resilience

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  • Bill Lyons ’90

    NU Alumni Association president is CGRS senior fellow

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  • Resilient Vermont Conference 2019

    Resilient Vermont Conference 2019

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Building Resilient Communities through Interdisciplinary Research and Design Collaboration

DIRECTOR
Tara Kulkarni, PhD, PE
tkulkarn@norwich.edu


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 and include the following:

We see passion, curiosity, quest for answers, 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, and will use this to build resiliency in our communities.

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  • Resilient Vermont Conference 2019

    2019 Resilient Vermont Conference Linking ResilientLand, Water, Energy, and People LAND WATER ENERGY PEOPLE The 2019 Resilient Vermont ConferenceNorwich University, Friday and Saturday, June 7–8, 2019 You made the 2019 Resilient VT Conference a success! A HUGE THANK YOU to Read More
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