Centerpiece interviews focus on alumni who became technology industry stars

Topics turn to technology in the winter Norwich Record which is live online.

Centerpiece interviews include Meta Reality Labs Global Product Lead Gunjan Shah ’96; Microsoft Corp. Senior Corporate Counsel William Hayden ’91; Palo Alto Networks Systems Engineer Director Stephan Rockwell ’96; David Toomey ’85, a retired U.S. Air Force colonel and current assistant vice president of the nonprofit research and development company SRC Inc.; David Forbes ’93, a principal with management and information technology consulting company Booz Allen Hamilton, and Phil Susmann ’81, president of Norwich University’s Applied Research Institutes and the university’s vice president of strategic partnerships.

Other stories include Norwich University Strength and Conditioning Program Director Scott Caulfield’s thoughts on using training, technology and social media to boost student-athletes, the School of Nursing’s use of virtual reality in simulation labs, esports’ advancement on campus and U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. and U.S. Strategic Command Deputy Commander Thomas Bussiere ’85’s reflections on national security.

See the complete issue.


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