“Morning Mist Rising,” Thomas Cole, 1830, Oil on canvas, 15 1/8 x 22 1/8 inches, private collection. (Photo by Robert J. Steinberg/Norwich University Sullivan Museum and History Center.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s Sullivan Museum and History Center presents “Fellow Artists: Boggs’ Colleagues in the White Mountain Painters,” a Lunch and Learn from noon to 1 p.m. April 20 in the museum conference room.

First responders, including students from Norwich University’s Emergency Medical Services team, joined Northfield town professionals to carry an “injured” victim toward a waiting and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Advanced Response Team helicopter during a simulated drunken-driving crash March 23 on campus. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Norwich University Emergency Medical Services joins first responders from Northfield, Dartmouth-Hitchcock in exercise

By White Memorial Chapel stood a nightmare scenario. Two smashed cars yielded bloodied people. A welter of first responders (police, emergency medical technicians, firefighters) unloaded stretchers, hung IV bags and scrambled to stabilize the injured. A medical helicopter landed nearby, waiting. About 100 students circled the scene, watching.

Henna skin painting at Plumley Armory was one of the many activities at Norwich University’s March 20 Nawruz celebration. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Vernal equinox festival raises money for Central Vermont Refugee Action Network

Nawruz, a spring festival signifying peace and solidarity, prompted Norwich University’s Intercultural Student Organization to gather and celebrate and raise money to support local Afghan families.

Members of Norwich University’s Board of Fellows gather around the School of Architecture + Art’s Wall of Fame in Chaplin Hall in September 2019. (Photo by Cara Armstrong/Norwich University.)

The School of Architecture + Art’s Wall of Fame was created in 2016 as a way to both recognize alumni, faculty and friends of the school and inspire students.

Since 1995, Norwich University students from the School of Architecture + Art have graduated with an accredited architecture degree from the only National Architecture Accrediting Board-accredited architecture school in Vermont and one of two in New England. (Photo courtesy School of Archtecture + Art/Norwich University.)

Since 1820, the studies of architecture, drawing, and drafting have been offered at intervals at Norwich University, an accolade certainly worthy of distinction. In 1990, a group of dedicated faculty, led by Robert Schmidt and courageous students, embarked on the risky journey of forming the School of Architecture before its formal accreditation.

The dining area inside the William Beaumont Army Medical Center replacement project during its construction in 2019. The medical center is at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas. This photo was taken in 2019. (Photo courtesy U.S. Army Col. James B. Goetschius ’95.)

An architectural education prepares students for a career in general building design. Not often discussed is when architects focus their career path on a single building type, such as health care facilities.  Health care architecture consists of specialized building types — hospitals, clinics and laboratories — that are designed by multdisciplinary professional teams.  While health care architecture is a challenging field to work in, it has been less impacted by economic shifts than other sectors due to the growing needs of health care systems. 

Challenge rooms in the CSI experience will be staffed by Norwich University professors; students teams will  and be paired with alumni mentors. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University Photography.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University will host its third annual CSI Experience from April 6 to April 7 on campus, in which interdisciplinary student teams work to solve real-life problems through seven distinct challenges crafted and mentored by experts in those fields for scholarship prize money.

Norwich University students participate in a tactical simulation in April 2014. The inaugural Cybersecurity Research in Undergraduate Programs (CyRUP) conference will run April 6 to April 8 on campus. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University and the Norwich Department of Defense (DoD) Cyber Institute will host the Cybersecurity Research in Undergraduate Programs (CyRUP) conference with representatives from all six Senior Military Colleges and three prominent keynote presentations from April 6 to April 8.

Norwich University’s 2022 Security Scholars explore the National Mall before visiting the National Archives to see the founding documents and frame their work in the broader democratic context. The students visited Washington, D.C., over Spring Break in March. (Photo by Dr. Michael Thunberg/Norwich University.)

Fifteen students from eight different majors across two colleges participate in Washington, D.C., trip

In March 2020, the Norwich University Security Scholars felt like they were on the last flight out of Washington, D.C., as the world began to close because of COVID-19. Thanks to the help of amazing alumni, the Norwich Security Scholars were able to have a virtual experience in 2021.

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