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An adult adviser in a yellow T-shirt taps keys on a laptop to operating a robot at the FIRST LEGO League Vermont State Championship in 2015 on Norwich University’s Northfield, Vt., campus. A team of preteen participants in matching maroon T-shirts with white lettering looks on.

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University will host the fifth annual FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Vermont State Championship on Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019, in Shapiro Field House, an all-day event beginning at 9 a.m.

en, FIRST® LEGO® League, founded by Segway inventor Dean Kam, and open to 9 to 14-year-old students around the world, aims to inspire children in science and technology through the use of robotics. Teams are tasked with researching a real-world scientific issue and designing and building an original robot.

Dr. Amy Woodbury Tease, a Norwich University English professor in her green Vermont Militia dress uniform, joins Provost Sandra Affenito and President Richard W. Schneider, farthest right, also in their green Vermont Militia dress uniforms, flanking participation certificate-toting students at the 2018 Students to Scholars Symposium reception at Sullivan Museum and History Center.

Students to Scholars Symposium invites students to share ideas, plot paths to research

What’s the big idea? Well, a little of everything.

The annual Students to Scholars Symposium, a two-day event starting Thursday at Kreitzberg Library, will gather students from across Norwich University’s schools and disciplines to share ideas, meet peers and possibly land faculty mentors for collaboration and research.

Retired neuroscience professor Tom Perara, dressed in a navy blue suit jacket with brass buttons complemented by a red necktie, stands with an example of a German Enigma machine.

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — The Norwich University Mathematics Department presents the “Breaking the Secret ENIGMA Codes: The Real Story of the ‘Imitation Game,’” a presentation by Tom Perara, a retired neuroscience professor who specialized in research on the coding of information in the human brain and nervous system at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 4 in the Cabot Auditorium U085.

Norwich University men’s hockey fans in their winter coats rise from their Kreitzberg Arena seats and prepare to throw new socks onto the ice during the first Sock Toss on Jan. 19, 2019.

Norwich men’s hockey team’s second Sock Toss will benefit five central Vermont charities

Call it going toe to toe … to toes. On Friday, Norwich’s men’s hockey team will work to defeat Castleton on the ice and fight community hardship with its second Sock Toss.

A dozen Norwich University students sit around a rectangular conference room table in October during Boston Policy Week. (Photo courtesy Dr. Yangmo Ku.)

Visits to federal agencies, networking chances deliver lasting lessons, group says

After the tempest came the afterthoughts.

A dozen Norwich University students recently visited Boston for the second iteration of Boston Policy Week, an experience started in 2018. The group participated in a hurricane disaster mitigation simulation, visited five federal agencies and networked with alumni. The aim was delivering Norwich’s signature experiential learning in a real-life setting.

Norwich University students sit around a circular table, laptop computers open, to review data and plan strategy during a hurricane- damage mitigation exercise in October during Boston Policy Week.

With hurricane simulation, Boston Policy Week tests Norwich students’ disaster mitigation mettle

First went the sun, then came the rain; a dozen Norwich students were witnessing the eye of the hurricane. And oh, what a mess it would leave.

Members of Norwich University’s Corps of Cadets in their green camouflage uniforms crowd around a U.S. Army recruiter’s table at a March 2017 career fair on the Norwich, Vermont, campus.

Georgetown University study ranks Norwich’s long-term value in the top tier among nation’s colleges

As they consider their futures, soon-to-be high-school graduates and their parents wrestle with a wrenching question: Will investing in college pay off? If they’re choosing Norwich University, a new Georgetown University study suggests the answer is a resounding yes.

College of Our Lady of the Elms President Harry Dumay

Harry E. Dumay, Ph.D., MBA, chosen at Board of Trustees’ October meeting

NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Norwich University officials announced that the College of Our Lady of the Elms President Harry E. Dumay, Ph.D., MBA, was elected to the Board of Trustees at the board’s October 2019 meeting.

Kosovo Security Force Lt. Gen. Rrahman Rama in a dark blue military uniform and Norwich University President Richard W. Schneider in his green Norwich Militia uniform shake hands during an Oct. 17 meeting in Schneider’s office in Northfield, Vermont.

Kosovo general visits Norwich campus to sign memorandum of understanding between Kosovar military academy, university

Norwich University has already extended its opportunities overseas with study-abroad programs in Germany and China. In October, Norwich aimed to make new inroads into Kosovo.

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