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Research project examined past Injustices in Japan and Germany

EDITORS NOTE: This story was updated at 11:30 a.m. Sept. 19, 2019

Norwich University Associate Professor of Political Science Yangmo Ku accepted the Board of Fellows Faculty Development Prize for the 2019-20 academic on Wednesday at Kreitzberg Arena, thanking officials for their support and the university for its teaching opportunities.

At Senior Military Colleges Conference, Norwich professor discusses need to help cadets learn to work across cultures 

The PowerPoint slide showed a pair of uniformed, helmeted U.S. Army personnel somewhere far away, someplace they’d been deployed. The soldiers may have been in country for war, but in the photo, they were showing peace, shaking hands with children.

Hot take: Was this idle chatter? A waste of time?

Neither, said Dr. Travis Morris, a Norwich University criminal justice professor and director of the university’s Peace and War Center. On Sept. 9 in Milano Ballroom, he told an audience at the Association of Military Colleges & Schools of the U.S. Senior Military Colleges Conference that these moments of contact, whether handshakes or cups of tea, are strategic, and learning to manage them happens better by design than by chance.

‘Little Army-Navy Game’ serves as sporting centerpiece of Norwich University’s bicentennial homecoming

A 90-year rivalry fit for a 200-year celebration. And a shot at “The Mug.”

 “The Little Army-Navy Game” pits Norwich University against the U.S. Coast Guard Academy for the 74th time, marking a new chapter in a football rivalry tracing back to 1929. Saturday’s 2 p.m. game on Sabine Field at Haynes Family Stadium offers the marquee sporting event in a weekend full of Norwich athletics.

Deal gives Norwich online cybersecurity bachelor's students access to UMBC training courses

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Through a new partnership, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Training Centers will offer 15 credit hours from its courses to cybersecurity professionals entering Norwich University’s online cybersecurity Bachelor of Science program.

Quarterback Dunn, receiver Chase set team records in 30-24 home-opener win

NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Norwich University’s football team set a pair of program records, one for throwing, one for catching, and secured its first Hoffman Cup trophy by topping St. Lawrence University 30-24 on Saturday on Sabine Field at Haynes Family Stadium.

Norwich roared to a 30-14 halftime lead and never looked back. The Cadets are off to a 2-0 start, their best opening since starting the 2012 season 3-0.

After 200 years of distinguished service, Norwich University is entering its third century of tradition, commitment to excellence, and innovation. In the inaugural episode of the podcast, Norwich Works, two new faculty members sit down with Dana Professor Emeritus of History, Gary Lord, the country’s leading scholar on Alden Partridge and Norwich University. Join them to explore Norwich’s unique and significant contributions to American life. 

Hosts: Mark Boonshoft, assistant professor of history, and Michael Thunberg, assistant professor of political science.

Music by Kevin MaceLod.


First-year members of Corps of Cadets participate in 34th rendition of Rook Dining Out

How does blowing steam sound? For Norwich University’s 2019 rook class, it sounded less like a whistling teakettle and more like a beloved annual festival.

Political science club, Corps of Cadets to plant flags to honor victims of 9/11 terrorist attacks

Riley Clark was in preschool when the hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers and Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, perhaps too young to fully grasp the nation-shaking act of terror and its deadly aftermath. But he said the attacks are one of his oldest memories; the fallout affected the world he’s grown up in.

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Thousands of alumni and their guests will help Norwich University celebrate its 200th birthday during the annual Homecoming Weekend, Sept. 18-22.

The public is invited to participate in Norwich’s bicentennial by attending special commemoration events, viewing fireworks Friday night, visiting food trucks on Friday or Saturday, and attending the athletic competitions throughout the weekend. 

Blocked field goal attempt with nine seconds to go seals 22-19 victory over host Salve Regina

NEWPORT, R.I. — Wide receiver Manni Romero caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Matt Dunn with 1:46 left in the game and Jacob Burke blocked a field goal attempt with nine seconds left to lift Norwich University to a 22-19 victory over Salve Regina in the 2019 football season opener.

The game marked Norwich’s first victory in a football season opener since 2012.

Remade Dewey Hall offers space, technology to stoke present and future learning

TThe third-floor windows of the newly renovated Dewey Hall offer a take-it-all-in panorama of new-school-year Norwich University. On a recent morning, the long rectangular path bracketing the Upper Parade Ground teemed with people, lugging books, practicing marches or traipsing toward class or activities.

Dewey’s opening, marked by an Aug. 29 ribbon cutting, offered a wide-angle view of both campus and Norwich’s five-year $110 million Forging the Future Campaign. It also capped a major learning experience for architecture student Kene Onwe (more on him later.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — The 2019 Norwich University Military Writers’ Symposium, with the theme of “Warfare in the 21st Century: Future Battlegrounds,” will run Sept. 24 through Sept. 25. A Todd Lecture presentation, “LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media,” will conclude the symposium by one of the authors and panelists, Peter Warren Singer, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25 in Mack Hall Auditorium.

All symposium events except the Meet the Authors dinner are free and open to the public. Events include book and other presentations and a panel discussion.

NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Norwich University will host the 2019 Association of Military Colleges & Schools of the United States Senior Military Colleges (AMSCUS SMC) Conference Sept. 8-10 in Burlington, Vermont, and on its Northfield, Vermont, campus.

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