College of Graduate and Continuing Studies dean urges Class of 2020 to expect novel chances to thrive
Despite its adversity and frustrations, the coronavirus pandemic will allow new graduates to rethink possibilities, redraw strategies and succeed, College of Graduate and Continuing Studies Dean William Clements suggested. In his blog ahead of this month’s Residency Conference, he encouraged degree earners to seize this chance.
Knowledge-sharing guests enrich conference experience, university officials say
Like solving puzzles? Picture yourself keeping your community, and world, safer? Kathleen Moriarty does all of these things as a high-level professional in the burgeoning cybersecurity industry. And she sees a bright employment future for inspired Norwich University students in the new School of Cybersecurity, Data Science and Computing, especially women.
AUSTIN, Texas – Senior Tom Aubrun (Chamonix, France) and sophomore Gabriel Chicoine (St. Dominique, Quebec) last week earned College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-American honors.
AUSTIN, Texas – Senior Emily Lambert (Riverview, Mich.) of the Norwich University women’s ice hockey team was named this month to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-American at-large first team.
Norwich University Alumni Association’s continuing educational series continues with flurry of offerings
Joe Reagan served seven years as a U.S. Army infantry officer, touring Afghanistan twice. He said he lost more soldiers to suicide than to combat. On Wednesday, he’ll join six-year U.S. Marine Corps veteran and fellow Norwich alumnus Joey Mac Dizon in a Legacy of Learning discussion they hope will help prevent more suicides.
Two boxes containing 7,000 nonsurgical face coverings come from the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office
One good coronavirus-related turn yielded another. In April, Norwich University donated masks from its Biochemistry; Biology; and Health and Human Performance departments to help Vermont hospitals treat COVID-19 patients. This month, the Taiwanese government returned the generosity, donating 7,000 nonsurgical disposable face masks.