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  • Norwich's Men's Cross Country Coach Michael McGrane named GNAC Coach of the Year after championship season

    Norwich's Men's Cross Country Coach Michael McGrane named GNAC Coach of the Year after championship season

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  • Applications are open for the June 2023 GenCyber Teacher Training Camp.

    Applications are open for the June 2023 GenCyber Teacher Training Camp.

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  • Norwich University's Dr. Rachele Pojednic featured in Eating Well article on the health benefits of celery.

    Norwich University's Dr. Rachele Pojednic featured in Eating Well article on the health benefits of celery.

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  • Norwich Men's & Women's Basketball host the 25th Ed Hockenbury Classic Dec. 2 - 4 in Andrews Hall.

    Norwich Men's & Women's Basketball host the 25th Ed Hockenbury Classic Dec. 2 - 4 in Andrews Hall.

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  • The 2022 Journal of Peace and War Studies is published by the Norwich's John and Mary Frances Patton Peace & War Center.

    The 2022 Journal of Peace and War Studies is published by the Norwich's John and Mary Frances Patton Peace & War Center.

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    'So Much to be Thankful for'

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Leahy Symposium WEB 2022 1NORTHFIELD, Vt. —Norwich University will host the “U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy Cyber Symposium” on August 16, with U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., remotely joining President Mark Anarumo, Ph.D., distinguished experts and special guests for a day-long discussion on the latest innovations in cybersecurity and the importance of cyber education and workforce development in Vermont.

Held in Mack Hall Auditorium, this event is free and open to the public and includes panel discussions on Department of Defense (DoD) Cyber Institutes, future technology in cybersecurity, and the state of cybersecurity in Vermont. At 11:15 a.m., there will be a special presentation honoring Leahy for generations to come.

NORTHFIELD, Vt. —Norwich University hosted students and faculty from the Senior Military Colleges (SMC) for a weeklong Cyber Summer Immersion from July 25-29, 2022.

Twenty-seven cybersecurity students from four SMCs – University of North Georgia, The Citadel, Norwich, and Texas A&M – spent the week on Norwich’s Northfield, Vermont campus for a deep immersion into cybersecurity-related topics. The weeklong event featured lectures and exercises on Deepfakes, Information Operations, Intelligence and other cyber-related issues.

Portrait of assistant professor of architecture Zach SeiboldNORTHFIELD, Vt. —Norwich University School of Architecture + Art welcomes Zach Seibold as assistant professor of architecture.

A former lecturer in architecture and research associate at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design; adjunct professor at Wentworth Institute of Technology; and co-founder and principal of VHS Office, a Boston-based design build firm, Seibold brings an expertise in digital design and fabrication.

NORTHFIELD, Vt. —Norwich University will receive $75,000 – $15,000 per year for five years – from the Pritzker Military Foundation, to help fund new, diverse student activities.

This gift continues about 20 years of student life support from PMF. The partnership provides valuable startup funding, assisting with operating expenses and events for a broad range of new activities.

U.S. Army Reserve Retired Colonel William Lyons ’90 Jr., JD, MSS, MTUS, MSt., its new director as of July 2022.NORTHFIELD, Vt. —Norwich University Center for Global Resilience and Security (CGRS) named U.S. Army Reserve Retired Colonel William Lyons ’90 Jr., JD, MSS, MTUS, MSt., its new director as of July 2022.

Lyons replaces Dr. Tara Kulkarni, who served as CGRS’ inaugural director since 2017. Kulkarni has transitioned to the role of associate provost for research and chief research officer within the Office of Academic Research.

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  • Norwich's Men's Cross Country Coach Michael McGrane named GNAC Coach of the Year after championship season

    Norwich's Men's Cross Country Coach Michael McGrane named GNAC Coach of the Year after championship season

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  • Applications are open for the June 2023 GenCyber Teacher Training Camp.

    Applications are open for the June 2023 GenCyber Teacher Training Camp.

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  • Norwich University's Dr. Rachele Pojednic featured in Eating Well article on the health benefits of celery.

    Norwich University's Dr. Rachele Pojednic featured in Eating Well article on the health benefits of celery.

    • Norwich In The News
  • Norwich Men's & Women's Basketball host the 25th Ed Hockenbury Classic Dec. 2 - 4 in Andrews Hall.

    Norwich Men's & Women's Basketball host the 25th Ed Hockenbury Classic Dec. 2 - 4 in Andrews Hall.

    • Athletics News
  • The 2022 Journal of Peace and War Studies is published by the Norwich's John and Mary Frances Patton Peace & War Center.

    The 2022 Journal of Peace and War Studies is published by the Norwich's John and Mary Frances Patton Peace & War Center.

    • University Publications
  • 'So Much to be Thankful for'

    'So Much to be Thankful for'

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