Thaddeus “Ted” Buczko ’47 puts a hand on a plaque commemorating the dedication of the Cyber War Room in Mack Hall on Nov. 1, 2018. Buczko died Sunday at age 95. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

1947 graduate served in U.S. Army and U.S. Navy, fought in World War II, Korean War

Thaddeus “Ted” Buczko, a revered judge, World War II and Korean War veteran and Norwich University graduate and patron for whom Mack Hall’s Cybersecurity War Room was named in 2018, died Sunday. He was 95.

As the lead institution in the Evidencing Competency Oversight Project, Norwich University will support other National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University has been awarded a two-year $1.6 million grant from the National Security Agency and is the lead institution in the Evidencing Competency Oversight Project, supporting the National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity (NCAE-C) Program.

The 2021 Peace and War Virtual summit, focused on U.S.-China relations, is presented by the  John and Mary Frances Patton Peace and War Center. (iStock photo.)

Pair of Wednesday sessions will delve deeper into U.S.-China relationship

Discussions on China’s multibillion-dollar, multifaceted Belt and Road Initiative and the United States-China military rivalry lead the 2021 Peace and War Virtual Summit into its second week.

Norwich University President Mark C. Anarumo speaks to Anderson Cooper’s “Full Circle” program on Friday. Anarumo’s experience living in a Corps of Cadets barracks as a show of COVID-19 solidarity has earned state and national media attention. (Screenshot from video/CNN.)

New York Times, Anderson Cooper’s ‘Full Circle’ show highlight how Norwich coped with COVID-19 in-room quarantine

Have you heard the story about the Norwich University leader who moved into a student dorm in a COVID-19 pandemic show of solidarity? Sure you have. And now, thanks to a pair of national media appearances last week, America has, too.

A screenshot from the 2020 Celebration of Excellence, which ran virtually as this year’s will. The abstracts deadline has arrived. (Screenshot from video/Norwich University.)

Sullivan Museum-directed Lunch and Learn will examine work of 16th century armor designer Daniel Hopfer

Metallurgical craftsmanship and scholarship will complement the 2021 Peace and War Virtual Summit on this week’s Norwich University events calendar.

Norwich University’s spring blood drive at the Vermont National Guard Armory on campus collected 165 units of blood. Twenty-six people donated for the first time. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Marking return of campus activity, spring blood drive returns, collecting 165 pints

As in-room quarantine ended and campus crackled with energy last week, dozens of Norwich University students, faculty and staff members marched into the Vermont National Guard Armory hoping to help save lives.

Dr. Angela Duckworth, a bestselling author and founder of the Character Lab, speaks Feb. 15 with Norwich University men’s lacrosse coach Neal Anderson as part of the Todd Lecture Series. (Screenshot from video/Todd Lecture Series.)

Grit expert Dr. Angela Duckworth discusses tactics for success in Todd Lecture Series address

Angela Duckworth knows Norwich University students strive for a Baskin-Robbins flavor list of excellence — scholarship, leadership, kindness among them. Achieving any of these takes passion and perseverance for long-term goals, a combination she calls grit.

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s Sullivan Museum and History Center presents History Professor Emily Gray’s “The Work of Daniel Hopfer: 16th Century Armorer, Artist and Religious Radical,” a Lunch and Learn event that looks at decorative armor and social change in the late Renaissance from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 10.

Braeden Ostepchuk, a 2018 graduate who starred in academics and athletics at Norwich University, now hosts “Learn II Perform,” a podcast. (Photo courtesy Braeden Ostepchuk).

2018 class valedictorian and former men’s hockey star Braeden Ostepchuk brings voice to ‘Learn II Perform’ podcast

Braeden Ostepchuk, as scores of Norwich University students had before and since, learned the Guiding Values and used them as a behavioral lodestar through academics, athletics and campus life. He succeeded at seemingly every turn, becoming class valedictorian and an ice hockey Academic All-American.

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