Kreitzberg Library will again host the Students to Scholars Symposium, which starts Thursday. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Cross-disciplinary group of students, faculty to convene during two-day conference

Interested in climate change and floods? How about bilingual education or preserving Cajun language? Maybe first-degree murder exonerations excite you. Undergraduate researchers will explore all of these topics during the annual Students to Scholars Symposium.

Wellness Days will help Norwich University students recharge and regroup for the semester’s final push. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Movies, food, games, study sessions and quiet featured in special schedule

It’s Wellness Day on campus on Wednesday and Thursday, and the halls, and hills, will teem with activities to help students recharge.

From left, Norwich University President Mark Anarumo, Colby Award winner Mark Treanor, Colby Award Selection Committee Chairman Alex Kershaw and John and Mary Frances Patton Peace and War Center Director Travis Morris pose for a picture at the 2021 Military Writers’ Symposium. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Colby Award winner Mark Treanor and Military Writers’ Symposium speaker Sam Alexander share thoughts on military service

Mark Treanor and Sam Alexander knew they wanted to serve in the armed forces as children. Treanor, this year’s Colby Award winner, grew up in Rutland, Vermont, where his mother reminded him that the only piano tune he ever learned was the Marine Hymn; a box of belongings included a favorite picture book of a U.S. Marine Corps officer.

The three-day Legacy March starts Thursday, Nov. 11, in Norwich, Vermont — Norwich University’s original “hometown” — and ends Saturday, Nov. 13, with the students arriving back to Northfield for lunch. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University cadets, alumni and friends will continue their tradition of marching 50 miles to raise money for the Veterans’ Place Inc., a Northfield transition home and support center for homeless veterans.

Birdseye Principal Architect Brian Mac will discuss the advancement of creative processes at 4 p.m. Nov. 12 in Chaplin Hall’s gallery. (Photo courtesy Brian Mac.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art continues this year’s lecture series with “Jeezum Crow! The Architecture of Birdseye,” a presentation by Brian Mac, principal architect at Birdseye, who will discuss the advancement of creative processes at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 12 in the Chaplin Hall Gallery.

Norwich University President Mark Anarumo posed with Norwich University’s 2021 football team earlier this season. (Photo by Nicholas Gendreau/Norwich University Athletics.)

Campaign included wins in big trophy games and individual milestones

Norwich University's football team hung with Catholic University of America in Saturday’s first half before falling 35-14 in Washington, D.C., Saturday in the Cadets’ 2021 season-closer.

Norwich University’s Corps of Cadets marches on the Upper Parade Ground during 2019’s Veterans Day observances. Brig. Gen. Kimberly A. Baumann, the Rhode Island National Guard’s assistant adjutant general, air, and a 1987 alumna, will speak at this year’s observance on Tuesday. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Jam-packed schedule includes Veterans Day observance, “Celebration of Women in Science,” blood drive and Legacy March

Strong women lead this week’s Norwich University activities calendar. An alumna and Rhode Island National Guard adjutant general will lead Norwich’s Veterans Day observance; the Center for Global Resilience and Security will hail women in science.

At Norwich University on Tuesday, four-star U.S. Army Gen. Michael X. Garrett, the commanding general of U.S. Army Forces Command, trained, ate and talked with the Corps of Cadets and honored U.S. Army Sgt. Adam Kennedy, a 2004 Norwich graduate who died April 8, 2007, in Al Diwaniyah, Iraq. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

U.S. Army Gen. Michael X. Garrett, the U.S. Army Forces Command leader, honors 2004 Norwich University graduate who died while deployed with the Army in Iraq

U.S. Army Gen. Michael X. Garrett honored a fallen Norwich University graduate and dispensed leadership advice Tuesday, reminding the Corps of Cadets that leading starts with minding details, sometimes as trivial as collecting trash.

Faculty and student researchers gather in Kreitzberg Library in August 2017 for the Resilient Vermont Conference. Student research fellowships for the Center for Global Resilience and Security, including some tied to Resilient Vermont, let Norwich University students gain experiential and service-based education and add to their body of knowledge/ (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s Center for Global Resilience and Security (CGRS) welcomes several student fellows this academic year to work within the center to advance research.


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