This plaque along the walkway at the National Museum of the U.S. Army in Fort Belvoir, Virginia, honors Norwich University as the birthplace of ROTC. (Photo courtesy National Museum of the U.S. Army.)

Tribute unveiled as U.S. Army prepares to mark 246th birthday

A milestone for the new National Museum of the U.S. Army, a stone-etched nod to Norwich University.

An image of Brian R. Bill ’01 from a photo montage made in his memory and collected on a YouTube video by the nonprofit American Fallen Soldiers Project. (Screenshot from video/americanfallensoldiers.com).

Brian R. Bill Memorial Golf Tournament honors U.S. Navy SEAL and 2001 Norwich graduate who was killed while serving in Afghanistan

Astronaut and U.S. Navy Capt. Christopher Cassidy, a New Englander who became the 500th person to fly into space, will deliver the keynote speech Monday at the decennial rendition of a fundraising golf tournament honoring Brian R. Bill, a 2001 Norwich graduate and U.S. Navy SEAL killed in 2011 on deployment in Afghanistan.

Vincent Antonecchia, a rising Norwich University senior and architecture major, shows pictures of ornamental architecture at the Bronx Zoo during his undergraduate research Brown Bag Series presentation Wednesday. (Screenshot from GoToMeeting video/Norwich University.)

Virtual presentation series lets Norwich University undergraduates share research findings

How can engineers harness Arctic winds to better deliver power? How can architects make buildings flood resistant? How has the dairy industry changed in the last 20 years? Inquiring minds want to know.

Norwich University President Dr. Mark Anarumo leads a group of students at Dalrymple Hall after an April interview with the NBC Nightly News. (Screenshot from video/NBC.)

Dr. Mark Anarumo describes postpandemic goals, reflects on mitigating COVID-19 in talks with NBC News, Comcast, Inside HigherEd

Dr. Mark Anarumo marked his first year as Norwich University’s president Tuesday, capping a tumultuous stint in which he steered students, faculty and staff through the coronavirus pandemic to finish both semesters with neither interruption nor shutdown.

Norwich University President Dr. Mark Anarumo will begin a two-year term on the Association of Vermont Independent Colleges’ executive committee June 1. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University President Dr. Mark Anarumo will join the Association of Vermont Independent Colleges’ executive committee for a two-year term beginning June 1.

NORTHFIELD, Vt. ­— Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies presents “A Conversation with Guy Raz,” as the 2021 Residency Conference keynote and Todd Lecture Series speaker from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Jun 23.

Military Java Group, which sells Jarhead Java, Stars & Stripes and Bravo Zulu coffees, supplies the Wise Campus Center Dining Hall. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Military Java Group, which donates portion of sales to armed forces veterans, supplies coffee to Norwich University dining hall

In the fall, when you go for coffee at Wise Campus Center’s dining hall, know you’re helping veterans while you lift your mug and clear your mental fog.

students taking sample of wastewater to detect covid

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s Office of Academic Research announced the Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowships and Apprentice Grants for the summer and fall 2021 and for the academic 2021-22 year:

The April 29 virtual Pinning Ceremony marked the nursing program graduation of 42 Class of 2021 students. (Screenshot from video/Norwich University.)

Forty-two nursing students mark degree completions during April 29 ceremony

Krista Caione compared her four-year nursing study at Norwich University to an electrocardiogram. If a traditional EKG measures heartrate and by proxy, vitality, Caione’s analog, described during the spring Nurse Pinning Ceremony, measured academic vigor. 


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