NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s Sullivan Museum and History Center presents “Votes for Women,” a centennial celebration of the passing of the 19th Amendment with singer and historian Linda Radtke at noon Wednesday, March 4, in the museum conference room.
This Lunch and Learn event is free and open to the public with a light lunch provided.
Ski and Snowboard Club displays aerial acrobatics at annual Rail Jam
Temperatures on the Wise Campus Center green hovered in the single digits Fahrenheit on the evening of Feb. 14, but the annual Rail Jam put plenty of thrill in the chill. Skiers and snowboarders pressed, spun and caught air with flair.
Army Sgt. 1st Class Rick Badem, chief of the Army’s Barre Recruiting Station, receives Army Commendation Medal for his work
The message from James Montgomery Flagg’s famous recruiting poster is 103 years old, but still applies for young people — yes, Uncle Sam wants you for the U.S. Army. And if prospective students choose the Army and college studies at Norwich University, a Vermont reservist and Army recruiter said, Uncle Sam has scholarships to help.
Norwich University Film Festival will let student auteurs begin building an audience
When the lights go down, the thoughts, and social awareness, will come up.
From 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mack Hall Auditorium, Norwich University will stage a film festival, run by students and featuring short films (lasting 20 minutes or less) made by students. Admission is free, the content is rated PG-13 and the program will feature a brief intermission and a postscreening question-and-answer session with the filmmakers.
Cartoonist and artist Marek Bennett helps Spanish language students tap the power of draftsmanship
From the simplest tools — slips of paper and stubby eraserless pencils — and the briefest moments — a five-minute cartooning session — can come sharable art and insightful expression, graphic artist and cartoonist Marek Bennett showed Norwich students Wednesday. Lengthen the drawing time and add contributors and collaboration, he suggested, and this art can direct social change.
Smithsonian’s Cultural Rescue Initiative director describes international efforts to preserve cultural artifacts in wartime
Buried amid war’s rubble and ruin may lie artwork — paintings, pictures, sculptures — that speak to and about a civilization, culture and era. Corine Wegener has spent years working to save them.
NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) officials announced the new online Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program, which is designed to provide students with the communication, leadership and problem-solving skills needed as a high-level manager. The program is set to begin in May 2020.
Senior Andrew Zogg learns professionalism, gains experience working for National Life Group
By the time Andrew Zogg ’20, came to the Norwich University Career and Internship Center during the spring semester of his junior year, he knew the value of internships. He had already completed a marketing internship for a manufacturing company near his home in Maine. But since Zogg is an accounting and business management major, he decided an internship in that field would be important.
Zogg had heard it was possible to get an internship where he could earn academic credit toward his degree, get paid by the employer, and gain professional skills and connections. He came to the Career and Internship Center for the details.
NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University officials announced today that the five-year $100 million bicentennial campaign, “Forging the Future,” concluded at the end of 2019 and far exceeded the goal, raising $121,239,000.