The Fall 2021 issue of the Norwich Record alumni magazine is live online.

Feature articles include a discussion with U.S. Army ROTC instructor and Special Forces veteran Sean L. Beebe M’12 on the importance of teaching ethical leadership to young military officers; a profile of Norwich University Executive Vice President Dave Whaley, who’s marking his 40th year on the Hill; and an interview with cybersecurity professor Henry Collier, a 30-year U.S. Army Reserve chief warrant officer, on the progress the United States needs to make to improve cybersecurity.

There’s also a remembrance of Thaddeus Buczko ’47, a revered judge, philanthropist and World War II and Korean War veteran for whom the Cybersecurity War Room in Mack Hall is named; an interview with David Pierce ’85, a Boston Scientific senior executive, on the value of staying flexible as the business climate shifts; and a reflection by Dr. Lauren Howard, Norwich’s longest-serving faculty member, on the creation of a treasured plant specimen collection.

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