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Director of Honors Program
Darlene Olsen

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Website: norwich.edu/honors

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Honors Program Director

Darlene Olsen
Associate Professor, Mathematics
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Members of Honors Program Council

Matthew Bovee
Visiting Assistant Professor, Business 1 (802) 484-2078
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Tabetha Hole
Assistant Professor, Physics
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Tara Kulkarni
Associate Professor, Civil Engineering
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Stephanie Maass
Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice
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Dan McQuillan
Dana Professor, Mathematics
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Timothy Parker
Associate Professor, Architecture
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Sean Prentiss
Associate Professor, English
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Steven Sodergren
Associate Professor, History
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