Maj. Gen. Bryan Watson is a 34-year U.S. Army veteran and a 1982 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York. (Photo courtesy College of Graduate and Continuing Studies.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies is proud to welcome Major General Bryan Watson (USA, Retired, USMA 1982), as the 2022 Residency Conference keynote and Todd Lecture Series speaker at 7 p.m. June 22 in Mack Hall Auditorium for a talk on “The Role of Trust in Leading Teams in Crisis.”

U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., the Senate Appropriations Committee chairman, meets with Norwich University students in March 2019. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Federal funds supported by U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., will enable project

NORTHFIELD, Vt. —

Norwich University will receive $4 million in federal funding to create an artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and quantum computing academic and experiential learning center.

U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., stands with Norwich University President Mark Anarumo. Leahy has long advocated for Norwich’s cybersecurity programs. (Photo by Phil Susmann/Norwich University.)

U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy sponsored bill that will let Norwich University and Homeland Security develop cybersecurity readiness programs

President Joe Biden last week signed the National Cybersecurity Preparedness Consortium Act into law, a measure that had struggled for years to get passed and that will let Norwich University partner with the Homeland Security Department to boost cyberattack preparedness and secure critical anti-cyberattack infrastructure.

Norwich University’s GORUCK team trained for three months, using long runs, weighted CrossFit workouts and lap swimming to prepare themselves to compete at the April 1-2 race in New York City. (Photo courtesy Bryce Sullenger ’22.)

U.S. Army ROTC cadets from Norwich University excel in GORUCK rucksack race in New York City

What a way to see New York’s lights, by running all night.

Students from Norwich University’s Corps of Cadets cleaned out Northfield, Vermont, homes after Tropical Storm Irene in August 2011. Students will examine climate change and other environmental issues during Friday’s Resilient Vermont Conference. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Sessions will share success stories and tools for building more adapatable land, water, energy, people and communities

A half-dozen Norwich University students will serve as moderators, joining faculty, businesspeople and local officials in leading sessions at Friday’s Resilient Vermont Conference, presented by the Center for Global Resilience and Security.

Norwich Universirty students and faculty visited the State Department and other power centers in March during the D.C. Policy Week trip. (Photo by Col. Jayson Altieri, U.S. Army (Ret.)

Group visits CIA, State Department and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency during five-day March trip

Norwich University political science students explored the Russia-Ukraine conflict and discussed complicated national security and public policy questions in visits to federal agencies during the 2022 Washington, D.C., Policy Week tour.

Wesley Morgan has covered the U.S. military and its wars in Afghanistan and Iraq since 2007, when he began embedding with combat units as a 19-year-old freelancer. (Photo courtesy Wesley Morgan.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Journalist Wesley Morgan has won the 2022 William E. Colby Award for his book, “The Hardest Place: The American Military Adrift in Afghanistan’s Pech Valley,” (Random House, 2021). 

Members of Wild Stallyns hold up their prize after winning the Amazon Web Services Business Challenge. (Photo by Norwich University Photography.)

At Amazon Web Services Business Challenge, Volkswagen executive tells students career opportunities may arise in unexpected ways

Norwich University’s first Amazon Web Services (AWS) Business Challenge brought together over 100  students and a group of top-flight guests, two of whom encouraged students to stay flexible and embrace the possible as they progress through school and graduate.

Members of Senior Slump, from left, Sean Cokely, Timmothy Powell, Brandon Quinn and Grace Reitzig compare notes after their Amazon Web Services Business Challenge presentation in Mack Hall. (Photo by Norwich University.)

Eighty students comprising 17 teams participate in first-ever Amazon Web Services Business Challenge

Students entered Mack Hall’s upper-floor classrooms in threes and fours, some dressed in Summer “B” Corps of Cadets uniforms, others in business casual attire — suitcoats with slacks and skirts. They had name tags dangling from their necks; their minds were buzzing with well-rehearsed ideas.


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