Joshua Fredenburg addresses Corps of Cadets rooks in August 2021 as part of an Office of IDEAS (inclusion, diversity, equity, accessibility and support) event in Plumley Armory. The office has a pair of events this week, including the debut of its Civil Discourse Meeting Series. (Photo by Matthew Crowley/Norwich University.)

Office of IDEAS discussions on stalking and neurodiversity anchor campus events schedule for the week

Norwich University’s Office of IDEAS (inclusion, diversity, equity, accessibility and support) anchors the week’s activities calendar with a discussion on stalking and the launch of a new civil discourse discussion series.

By renewing its educational partnership with the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate, Norwich University extended opportunities for students, such as those seen during the May 2021 Air Force commissioning ceremony in Mack Hall, to access facilities, labs and technologies in Rome, New York, and pursue internships. (Photo by Mark Collier Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University has renewed its educational partnership with the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate (AFRL/RI), which began in 2016, for the next five years.

Building conservator Eric N. Kuchar ’96 will present “Preserving Our Heritage Through the Architectural Lens,” a virtual talk at 4 p.m. Jan. 28 as part of the School of Architecture + Art Lecture Series at Norwich University. (Photo courtesy School of Architecture + Art/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University presents “Preserving Our Heritage Through the Architectural Lens,” a virtual talk by building conservator Eric N. Kuchar ’96 at 4 p.m. Jan. 28.

Richard Corbin, a 2015 Norwich University criminal justice program graduate, swore in Tuesday as an officer in the Dennis Police Department in Dennis, Massachusetts. (Photo by Dennis Police Department/Facebook.)

Alumni gain new jobs in northeastern U.S. police departments

Graduates of Norwich University’s criminal justice program, administered by the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, continue to advance professionally.

Norwich University students socialize Friday during the Class of 2022’s ring reception at Milano Ballroom. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Cohort’s jewelry distributed in Milano Ballroom reception; president toasts accomplishment

With snow falling and outdoor breath steaming, it may be hard to contemplate Spring Commencement. But the civilian Class of 2022 stepped toward their finish Friday night, receiving their class rings in a Milano Ballroom ceremony.

Norwich University students sled at the Shaw Outdoor Center in January 2016. A sledding party is among several outdoor activities on offer this week from the Campus Activities Board. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Key academic deadlines and a collection of outdoor recreation options highlight the week on campus.

In his Thursday Update from the Hill video, President Mark Anarumo asked Norwich University’s students, faculty and staff  to support one another gracefully as the university continues working through the coronavirus pandemic. (Screenshot from video/Norwich University.)

President Mark Anarumo thanks COVID-10-positive or symptomatic students for delaying campus return

President Mark Anarumo on Thursday updated Norwich University’s community on the newly begun spring semester and called for increased empathy amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic.

So far this season, Morgan Tefft has three goals and four assists for seven points for Norwich’s women’s hockey team, which on Monday ranked ninth on the U.S. College Hockey Organization’s national Division III women’s hockey poll. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Morgan Tefft’s overtime score Jan. 7 won the game and ranked first among ESPN SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays

Call it Morgan Tefft’s terrific triple, a moment that layered sweet on sweet on sweet like a gourmet slice of ice hockey tiramisu. A spectacular goal … wins a game in sudden-death overtime … and gets broadcast on national television.  

 Students and employers interact at Norwich University’s fall job fair Oct. 16, 2021, in Plumley Armory. The Career and Internship Center arranged the fair and has a full slate of activities, including a job fair preparation workshop, for students during the freshly started spring semester. (Photo by Matthew Crowley/Norwich University.)

Career and Internship Center has full events slate for spring semester

An informational pop-up session, the first event of the Career and Internship Center’s busy spring semester, highlights this week’s campus events calendar with the civilian students’ class ring celebration and a Shaw Outdoor Center bonfire.


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