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 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.
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.
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.
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.