An exhibit of propaganda at the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C. A collection of Norwich University honors students recently presented projects on the dangers of information oversharing. (Photo courtesy Amy Woodbury Tease.)

Norwich University Honors Program students present privacy invasion projects to International Spy Museum officials

The mission, which Honors Program students chose to accept: Deliver a lesson plan for the International Spy Museum, a nonprofit providing an objective, apolitical forum for exploring topics including technology’s changing role in intelligence work, secrecy’s effects on civil liberties and the challenges of disinformation in social media. The plan had to be relatable, to interest students; rigorous, to satisfy teachers; and suitable, fitting the museum’s mission to engagingly educate the public about espionage and intelligence.

 2020 Norwich University graduate Patrina Krewson got an inside look at broadcast journalism this past spring when she interned with WCAX-TV, Channel 3’s news division. (Photo courtesy Norwich University Career and Internship Center.)

WCAX-TV internship gives Norwich student journalist new perspective on media

Patrina Krewson developed an affinity for journalism at Norwich University, having worked as a copy editor, web editor and reporter for the student newspaper, the Guidon. This past spring, before graduating with the Class of 2020, Krewson explored broadcast journalism in an internship with WCAX-TV, Channel 3’s news department.

She called the experience “incredibly eye-opening.”

Norwich University graduates commission into the U.S. Army in 2019. Norwich University will host the seventh International Symposium of Military Academies in October 2021. (Photo by Mark Collier.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University will host the seventh International Symposium of Military Academies (ISOMA), to be held Oct. 4 through Oct. 8, 2021, on its Northfield, Vermont, campus. To coincide with the conference, the university is seeking papers to be published in a special ISOMA edition of Norwich's Journal of Peace and War Studies (JPWS) aligned with the theme, “Preparing Military Leaders to Effectively Resolve 21st Century Service Challenges.”

Norwich University students practice yoga poses at a Wellness and Counseling Center event in October 2019. The center has added counselors to help students navigate the coming semester. (Photo by Mark Collier.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — As part of reopening campus to students safely and effectively for the fall semester, Norwich University’s Counseling and Wellness Center is increasing staffing to include two new mental health counselors, one of whom is also a multicultural specialist fluent in Spanish, to promote diversity and inclusion to all students.

Norwich University master’s degree graduates gather in Kreitzberg Arena’s lobby in 2018. Norwich’s history master’s program topped College Choice’s 2020 Best Online Master’s Degree in History ranking. (Photo courtesy of Dr. David J. Ulbrich.)

Norwich University’s master’s degree program in history tops College Choice ranking

Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies not only teaches history, sometimes it makes history.

This week, the graduate school’s online history master’s degree program topped a 22-school ranking of similar programs by College Choice, an independent Raleigh, North Carolina-based college search website. 

A $17,000 High Meadows Fund grant will support to support Norwich University’s Center for Global Resilience and Security (CGRS) in promoting resilient communities via the Resilient Vermont (RVT) Network. (Courtesy photo.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University has received $17,000 from the High Meadows Fund to support the Center for Global Resilience and Security (CGRS) in its work promoting resilient communities via the Resilient Vermont (RVT) Network.


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