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  • Norwich alum Michelle LeBlanc '92  is looking to take her Vermont Paws & Boots service dog business “to the next level.”

    Norwich alum Michelle LeBlanc '92 is looking to take her Vermont Paws & Boots service dog business “to the next level.”

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  • Norwich to host First Lego League (FLL) VT State championship on Saturday, Jan. 28.

    Norwich to host First Lego League (FLL) VT State championship on Saturday, Jan. 28.

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  • Norwich with the Vermont Manufacturing Extension Center on March 7 to hold a free full-day course on Cybersecurity Resiliency in Industrial Control Systems at VTC Williston.

    Norwich with the Vermont Manufacturing Extension Center on March 7 to hold a free full-day course on Cybersecurity Resiliency in Industrial Control Systems at VTC Williston.

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  • Norwich recognizes and remembers Colonel Tim Donovan, NU Class of ’62

    Norwich recognizes and remembers Colonel Tim Donovan, NU Class of ’62

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  • Norwich Men's Soccer player Joey Thongsythavong recognized as a First Team All-American.

    Norwich Men's Soccer player Joey Thongsythavong recognized as a First Team All-American.

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  • "We've got your back!" Norwich alumni association launches a monthly Buddy Check initiative.

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From left, an acrylic painting of a butterfly and sketches were among the items in Nathalia da Silva’s entry to Norwich University’s Architecture Portfolio Competition. Da Silva, of Mount Vernon, New Hampshire, took first place and won a $5,000 scholarship. (Images courtesy of Nathalia da Silva/Special to Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art, part of the College of Professional Schools, announced the winners of the annual Architecture Portfolio Competition that offers university scholarships as prizes.

In her Nov. 3, 2015, Plumley Armory address, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said she was glad to visit Norwich University because of its status as a citizen-soldier training ground, higher-education pioneer and one of the first military colleges to admit women. (Screenshot from video/Norwich University.)

First woman to become U.S. secretary of state reflected on her life and career during 2015 Todd Lecture

Madeleine Albright, the first woman to become U.S. secretary of state, became part of Norwich University’s rich roster of distinguished speakers in 2015, when she visited campus to deliver a Todd Lecture.

Students are encouraged to come to Wednesday’s Spring Job Fair at Plumley Armory prepared to share résumés and talk skills. (Photo by Matthew Crowley/Norwich University.)

Nearly 60 exhibitors from a variety of industries will exhibit

Spring means commencement, and for graduating seniors, a leap to the job market. To aid the postcollege transition, Norwich University’s Career and Internship Center will hold its Spring Job Fair from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday in Plumley Armory.

Experts from around the world and across Norwich University’s campus will participate in this year’s Peace and War Summit, which examines global releations with Russia. (Graphic by Robert Blanchard and Joseph Yglesias/Norwich University.)

Norwich University faculty, students will participate in two-day event with in-person and livestream participation

Remarks from Vermont Gov. Phil Scott and a pair of keynote addresses will open Norwich University’s two-day Peace and War Virtual Summit, “Deciphering the Russian Riddle: National Interests and Geopolitical Competitions.”

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  • Norwich alum Michelle LeBlanc '92  is looking to take her Vermont Paws & Boots service dog business “to the next level.”

    Norwich alum Michelle LeBlanc '92 is looking to take her Vermont Paws & Boots service dog business “to the next level.”

    • Alumni News
  • Norwich to host First Lego League (FLL) VT State championship on Saturday, Jan. 28.

    Norwich to host First Lego League (FLL) VT State championship on Saturday, Jan. 28.

    • Norwich In The News
  • Norwich with the Vermont Manufacturing Extension Center on March 7 to hold a free full-day course on Cybersecurity Resiliency in Industrial Control Systems at VTC Williston.

    Norwich with the Vermont Manufacturing Extension Center on March 7 to hold a free full-day course on Cybersecurity Resiliency in Industrial Control Systems at VTC Williston.

    • Save The Date
  • Norwich recognizes and remembers Colonel Tim Donovan, NU Class of ’62

    Norwich recognizes and remembers Colonel Tim Donovan, NU Class of ’62

    • President's Message
  • Norwich Men's Soccer player Joey Thongsythavong recognized as a First Team All-American.

    Norwich Men's Soccer player Joey Thongsythavong recognized as a First Team All-American.

    • Athletics News
  • "We've got your back!" Norwich alumni association launches a monthly Buddy Check initiative.

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