THE NORWICH UNIVERSITY MILITARY WRITERS’ ASSOCIATES are an affinity group whose members seek to support the Norwich University Military Writers’ Symposium and its corresponding year-round campus experience through:

  • Recommending authors
  • Fostering and encouraging an appreciation of the program by students, faculty and the public
  • Growing opportunities to attract new interest


The Military Writers’ Associates fall 2021 meeting included Norwich University President Mark Anarumo, Associates chairman, R. Pierce Reid M’14, and John and Mary Frances Patton Peace & War Center executive director, Travis Morris. There was much to celebrate at this meeting, including the Carlo D’Este ’58 Military Writers’ Endowment, the Showalter Research Fellowship, the Richard S. Schultz ’60 Fellowship, and the 2021 William E. Colby Award winner. We also welcomed Alex Kershaw as the new chairman of the Colby Award selection committee, and previewed the 2021 Norwich University Military Writers’ Symposium, which takes place in November. 

  • Meeting Date: Friday, September 24, 2021
  • Meeting Time: 9 a.m.

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Associates give at all levels, and every gift sustains this one-of-a-kind program.

Learn how you can support the Military Writers’ Symposium


Would you like to join the Military Writers’ Associates and find out more about the Military Writers’ Symposium? Contact Associates chair, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. M’14.


Summer 2021

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Symposium Contacts

Travis Morris
Director, Peace & War Center
Executive Director, Symposium
Associate Professor, Criminal Justice

Administrative Coordinator

Nicole Greenwood


Carlo D’Este ’58

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