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Thank A Giver Day, student government elections highlight week on campus

The Student Government Association elections, Thank a Giver Day and the School of Architecture + Art’s spring Career Fair highlight a busy week on campus.

Online voting is open for academic year 2022-23 president, vice president, treasurer and senators for the Student Government Association, the agency acting as the advocate in policy discussions with university administrators and President Mark Anarumo. 

President candidates: Keegan Coulter, Tyler Ketron, Jessica Pereira and Courtney Rogat. (Rogat has been Student Government Association vice president during 2021-22.)

Vice president candidates: Hannah Kolb, Ryan O’Shea and Byron Peters.

Treasury candidates: McKenzie Li Casey and John Joynt.

Twenty-one senator candidates are also on the ballot — five rising seniors, seven rising juniors and nine rising sophomores. 

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— KNOW THYSELF: Barbee Mooneyhan and Janice Reese of the Tennessee’s Women in Cybersecurity will hold a webinar on interviewing for security and privacy jobs from 2 to 3 p.m. Thursday. Mooneyhan, the group’s president, and Reese, its vice president, will discuss approaching job descriptions and building résumés that highlight abilities, opportunities, motivators and values to reflect applicants’ authentic selves and experiences.

Women in CyberSecurity, a nonprofit founded in 2012 by Tennessee Tech University’s Dr. Ambareen Siraj through a National Science Foundation grant, links cybersecurity leaders from academia, government and industry.

Norwich University's Center for Cybersecurity and Forensics Education and Research (CyFER) and School of Cybersecurity, Data Science and Computing are presenting the webinar.

— EYE ON CAREERS: Norwich University’s School of Architecture and Art, part of the College of Professional Schools, will hold its spring job fair from 1 to 6 p.m. Friday in Chaplin Hall’s gallery. In 2021, representatives of 15 regional architecture firms participated in a virtual version of the annual event, organized by professor Tolya Stonorov with student volunteers. 

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Tolya Stonorov, program director for Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art, speaks during student architecture presentations in Chaplin Hall in 2017. Stonorov helped organize this week’s job fair for Architecture and art students. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Speaking of job hunting, the Career and Internship Center will hold two events this week. “The Best Ways to Find an Internship,” from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday in Wise Campus Center Room 218, will teach students what to expect during summer internships, how to network and gain internship course credit during them, and most importantly, how to apply for and land them. Email questions about the session to the Career and Internship Center’s This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Students eyeing the Architecture + Art job fair can complement their career-preparation experience with the Career and Internship Center’s “Résumés That Rock,” running 3 to 4 p.m. in Wise Campus Center Room 228. Students can drop in for tips on polishing their curricula vitae.

Learn more about this semester’s Career and Internship sessions.

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— BREAKING BREAD: U.S. Air Force ROTC will hold a Combat Dining Out from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday. The traditional military dinner with informal uniforms is designed as a midsemester morale booster.

— SAYING THANKS: Norwich University’s Alumni and Development offices will lead Thank A Giver Day, aka TAG Day on Thursday. Students can visit a Wise Campus Center table during business hours to write  to people whose donations help offset about 25% of the university’s operations and growth costs.

— TOMORROW’S LEADERS: The Admissions Office will hold its weekendlong Youth Leadership Conference starting Friday. The conference will help high school students (grades nine through 12) develop leadership skills, learn teamwork and surmount barriers verbal and physical. The Military Order of the World Wars, a nonprofit service organization, sponsors the three-day conference, which also addresses Senior Military College life and applying for ROTC scholarships.

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A Youth Leadership Conference participant rock-climbs at Norwich University’s Shapiro Field House in January 2016. The conference for high school students returns this weekend. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

— FUN AND GAMES: The Campus Activities Board will present a make-and-take air jellyfish crafts session from 6 to 78 p.m. Thursday in Wise Campus Center’s “fishbowl” lounge. Materials will be provided; students need bring only their creativity. On Friday, the board will present a trio of events — night skiing from 4 to 8 p.m. at Cochran’s Ski Area in Richmond, Vermont, rock-wall climbing at Shapiro Field House from 7 to 10 p.m. and a screening of “Harriet,” a movie about slavery abolitionist Harriet Tubman, from 8 to 10 in Mack Hall Auditorium. Cynthia Erivo earned an Oscar nomination for her performance in this 2019 movie’s title role.

— OTHER EVENTS: This week also brings the Center for Global Resilience and Security’s two-day “Resilient Bodies Are Built to Last” conference on Wednesday and Thursday and the Sullivan Museum and History Center’s Lunch and Learn “The Grand Tour, American Style” on Wednesday.

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