Professor Gary Lord prepares for a 79-mile “Partridge Pedestrian Excursion” to Fort Ticonderoga in 1985. (Homer Smith/NU Archives and Special Collections)

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.

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