Norwich alumna Jennifer Bryan ’05 explores states of mind in Sullivan Museum and History Center’s new exhibit
Jennifer Bryan began painting in 2018 as therapy — her marriage was ending, she was on her own again, and she found putting figures on paper calming and cathartic. She started drawing, sometimes making single-line drawings, then advanced to fingerpaints and eventually, acrylic paints. Canvas replaced paper; paintbrushes replaced fingers.
Nearly $1 million project will include larger deck, more windows, better layout than predecessor
Norwich University’s rugby programs will have a new home this fall. A new nearly $1 million clubhouse is set to be complete in August, in time for the teams’ fall 2021 seasons.
In-person gatherings return, pairing incoming students and parents with current students, alumni and leaders for information swapping
Back in 2019, as he readied for his Norwich University freshman year, Eddie Diaz attended the NU Club of Central Massachusetts’ student sendoff in Worcester, Massachusetts. He approached the check-in table trailed by an entourage.
Here’s the schedule for Norwich University's 2020 Summer Sendoffs
Tribute unveiled as U.S. Army prepares to mark 246th birthday
A milestone for the new National Museum of the U.S. Army, a stone-etched nod to Norwich University.
Brian R. Bill Memorial Golf Tournament honors U.S. Navy SEAL and 2001 Norwich graduate who was killed while serving in Afghanistan
Astronaut and U.S. Navy Capt. Christopher Cassidy, a New Englander who became the 500th person to fly into space, will deliver the keynote speech Monday at the decennial rendition of a fundraising golf tournament honoring Brian R. Bill, a 2001 Norwich graduate and U.S. Navy SEAL killed in 2011 on deployment in Afghanistan.
Virtual presentation series lets Norwich University undergraduates share research findings
How can engineers harness Arctic winds to better deliver power? How can architects make buildings flood resistant? How has the dairy industry changed in the last 20 years? Inquiring minds want to know.
Dr. Mark Anarumo describes postpandemic goals, reflects on mitigating COVID-19 in talks with NBC News, Comcast, Inside HigherEd
Dr. Mark Anarumo marked his first year as Norwich University’s president Tuesday, capping a tumultuous stint in which he steered students, faculty and staff through the coronavirus pandemic to finish both semesters with neither interruption nor shutdown.
NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University President Dr. Mark Anarumo will join the Association of Vermont Independent Colleges’ executive committee for a two-year term beginning June 1.