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  • Norwich's Center for Leadership hosts its first annual leadership conference April 10-11. Call for Papers/Articles through Feb. 17.

    Norwich's Center for Leadership hosts its first annual leadership conference April 10-11. Call for Papers/Articles through Feb. 17.

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  • Commandant of the Field Artillery, Col. Shane P. Morgan, NU '94, was promoted to brigadier general during a ceremony at Fort Sill Friday, January 27.

    Commandant of the Field Artillery, Col. Shane P. Morgan, NU '94, was promoted to brigadier general during a ceremony at Fort Sill Friday, January 27.

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  • George Commo, the voice of Norwich hockey, to step away from broadcasting at end of 2022-23 season

    George Commo, the voice of Norwich hockey, to step away from broadcasting at end of 2022-23 season

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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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Ryan Whitell, Electrical and Computer Engineering
(Faculty Mentor: Dr. Ronald Lessard)

This research aimed to improve the function of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in one key area: formation-flying. Using a team of three Raspberry Pis, a formation and location algorithm will be simulated. The results of this study can be implemented by teams of quadcopters.

Maria Trejo, Civil and Environmental Engineering
(Faculty Mentor: Dr. Tara Kulkarni)

A living machine, or an eco-machine, is a technology consisting of ecosystems connected in a way that treats a waste stream. The objective of this project was to build a lab-scale ecomachine model to test the reduction of phosphorus in treated effluent from wastewater treatment plants. This project aimed to determine if living machines can serve as a polishing step in waste water treatment plants and help in lowering the phosphorus contamination related to algal eutrophication in Lake Champlain, near Burlington, Vermont.

Rebecca Sweem, Mathematics
(Faculty Mentor: Dr. Darlene Olsen)

Malignant mesothelioma is a very aggressive type of cancer that affects the cell membrane lining of the lungs and is primarily due to exposure to asbestos. This research sought to determine which experiment is best at quantifying the gene expression in mesothelioma cells using the statistical software program “R.” Results of the project can potentially benefit research efforts in finding a cure for malignant mesothelioma and identifying which technology is more efficient at determining the differential gene expression in their data for the most accurate results.

Abigail Seaberg, History
(Faculty Mentor: Dr. Gary Lord)

This research shed light upon the details of a largely forgotten voyage, The North Pacific Exploring Expedition of 1853-56, and the artist, William Brenton Boggs (Norwich, 1828).  Thanks to the discovery of Lt Robert Randolph Carter’s correspondence at Colonial Williamsburg’s Rockefeller Library, the North Pacific Exploring Expedition became more than an historical footnote.  Notable clarifications included fleshing out Boggs’s personality and habits, the positive identification and context (through contemporary writings) of several pieces of art held by Norwich University’s Sullivan Museum and History Center, and the particulars of the mysterious illness that cost Captain Ringgold his command of the expedition. 

Kaitlyn Roy, Psychology
(Faculty Mentor: Dr. Matthew Thomas)

This study explored whether or not sexualization in the media translates into lower levels of self-worth among women and men of varying ages. Participants included individuals from the Norwich University population as well as from the surrounding communities. The hypothesis was that viewing sexualized images will produce a significant decrease in self-worth in men and women of varying ages and that this effect will be greater in females, who are sexualized more intensely than males.

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  • Norwich's Center for Leadership hosts its first annual leadership conference April 10-11. Call for Papers/Articles through Feb. 17.

    Norwich's Center for Leadership hosts its first annual leadership conference April 10-11. Call for Papers/Articles through Feb. 17.

    • Special Events
  • Commandant of the Field Artillery, Col. Shane P. Morgan, NU '94, was promoted to brigadier general during a ceremony at Fort Sill Friday, January 27.

    Commandant of the Field Artillery, Col. Shane P. Morgan, NU '94, was promoted to brigadier general during a ceremony at Fort Sill Friday, January 27.

    • Alumni News
  • George Commo, the voice of Norwich hockey, to step away from broadcasting at end of 2022-23 season

    George Commo, the voice of Norwich hockey, to step away from broadcasting at end of 2022-23 season

    • Athletics News
  • 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.

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