Norwich University professors Dr. Tara Kulkarni, left, and Dr. Page C. Spiess are finalists for ATHENA Awards. (Photos by Mark Collier/Norwich University

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University has two professors who are finalists, each for one of two ATHENA Awards, a statewide honor hosted by the Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce, which announced the finalists Monday at a press conference.

Norwich University sophomores Katherene Escobar and Bryon Peters staffed the Pulsera Project sales table, laden with hand-woven bracelets and handbags by Guatemalan and Nicaraguan artisans, on Thursday near the Wise Campus Center. (Photo by Matthew Crowley/Norwich University.)

Pulsera Project lets students support jobs, health and education initiatives for Central American artisans

It’s all on the wrist.

The International Association of Military Academies conference will examine strategies for better training developing military leaders, like these members of Norwich University’s Corps of Cadets. (Photo by Matthew Crowley/Norwich University.)

Officials from 15 nations will attend military education conference, which makes Its first-ever stop In the United States

The eyes of the world’s military trainers will turn to Norwich University this week as the biennial International Association of Military Academies conference arrives.

Norwich University linebacker Francisco Colon hugs President Dr. Mark Anarumo after Saturday’s “Little Army-Navy Game” win over the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. (Photo by Nicholas Gendreau/Norwich University Athletics.)

Cadets use second-half surge to top Coast Guard 24-21 and take second straight ‘Little Army-Navy Game’

Late-game lightning, it seems, can strike twice in “Little Army-Navy” Games. For the second-straight meeting, Norwich University used a second-half burst to keep the Mug in its football game against the U.S. Coast Guard Academy on Saturday. 

Norwich University’s Corps of Cadets Color Guard marches nears a table bearing the U.S. flag and the urn containing the cremains of 1957 Norwich graduate and longtime advocate James C. “Jack” Abare. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Norwich University and its Corps of Cadets memorialize longtime advocate James C. “Jack” Abare

A parade of Norwich University Corps of Cadets rooks stretching back three and a half decades will probably remember enjoying the annual fall cookout at James C. “Jack” Abare’s Northfield, Vermont, farm and, if they succeeded academically, a special late January-early February dinner he sponsored on campus Abare gave because he loved, his family said Tuesday, always aiming to help students stay at Norwich and succeed. 

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s Dr. Elizabeth Gurian has published “Serial and Mass Murder: Understanding Multicide through Offending Patterns, Explanations, and Outcomes” (Routledge, 2021).

Gordon Sullivan ’59 enjoys himself Sept. 25, 2021, during Norwich University’s Homecoming celebration. (Photo by Curt Michael/Norwich University Class of 1964.)

Retired U.S. Army Gen. Gordon R. Sullivan receives playful honor during annual alumni gathering

Gordon R. Sullivan ’59 embodies authority. He served 36 years in the U.S. Army, retiring as a general and having led as the Army’s 32nd chief of staff. He was also chairman of Norwich University’s Board of Trustees for about two decades; the university honored him by putting his name on the campus’s museum and Bicentennial Stairs.

A profile of Norwich University Executive Vice President Dave Whaley is among the features in the Fall 2021 issue of the Norwich Record alumni magazine. (Photo by Karen Kasmauski/Norwich Record.)

The Fall 2021 issue of the Norwich Record alumni magazine is live online.

Rooks march toward the Abare Farm in Northfield, Vermont, on Sept. 18, 2021, for Rook Dining Out. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Jack Abare ’57, whose fall rook cookouts have become a 36-year tradition, will be honored by Corps of Cadets gathering and funeral

A memorial for a longtime university advocate, a nod to National Hispanic Heritage Month, and the annual Junior Class Ring dinner highlight the week at Norwich University.

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