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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'

    'So Much to be Thankful for'

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Norwich University’s Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science degree program, housed in the Health and Human Performance Department, offers education in exercise science with tracks in strength and conditioning for sports and tactical athletes along with preclinical preparation. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. —

National Strength and Conditioning Association approval is valid for three years

Norwich University’s Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science degree program has earned approval through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Education Recognition Program (ERP), which is valid for three years.

Jonathan Simms, a rook in Norwich University’s Corps of Cadets, shows the sand art he created on Nov. 11 during Wellness Days at Wise Campus Center. (Photo by Matthew Crowley/Norwich University.)

Free skates, movies, arts and crafts, snack stations let students catch upon studies, take breather before semester’s final push

And, on the Wellness Days, they slept.

Norwich University’s Color Guard presents flags during the Nov. 9 Veterans Day Observance on the Upper Parade Ground. (Photo by Matthew Crowley/Norwich University.)

At Veterans Day observance, U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Kimberly A. Baumann lauds families who support servicemembers

Brig. Gen. Kimberly A. Baumann returned to Norwich University on Tuesday to join the campus and community in honoring veterans and their selfless service to nation.

Members of Norwich University’s Corps of Cadets eat together at 2019’s Campus Thanksgiving Dinner. After a year’s coronavirus-forced absence, the dinner returns to the Wise Campus Center’s dining center. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Campus Thanksgiving dinner, discussion of Shakespeare’s influence on 1950s horror comics highlight activities

Is this a comic I see before me? Well, yes. (And a dinner plate, too.)

A sponsorship from a regional office of financial services company First Command will help the university’s Career and Internship Center present future job fairs and financial literacy brown-bag lunches. (Photo by Norwich University Photography.)

Money will support job fairs, financial literacy sessions, Andrews Gym scorer’s table, literature displays, bags for parents

First Command Financial Services Inc., a Fort Worth, Texas-based company serving U.S. armed forces families, last summer committed $50,000 over five years to sponsor several Norwich University initiatives that align with its values and interests.

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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

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

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

    • Special Events
  • 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'

    • President's Message
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