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  • Norwich professor earns Fulbright Award

    Norwich professor earns Fulbright Award

  • Norwich University receives $139K grant from the Davis Educational Foundation to advance the Norwich Humanities Initiative

    Norwich University receives $139K grant from the Davis Educational Foundation to advance the Norwich Humanities Initiative

  • Norwich University receives $19.5 million grant to lead Defense Department Cyber Institute program

    Norwich University receives $19.5 million grant to lead Defense Department Cyber Institute program

  • From a pair of science scholars, a powerful display of ingenuity

    From a pair of science scholars, a powerful display of ingenuity

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Office of Academic
RESEARCH

Associate Provost for Research and Chief Research Officer
Karen Hinkle, PhD

1 (802) 485-2341
khinkle@norwich.edu
Website

Faculty Development Coordinator
Lea M. Williams, PhD

1 (802) 485-2601
lwilliam@norwich.edu
Website: norwich.edu/faculty-development

Undergraduate Research Program Director
Amy Woodbury Tease, PhD

1 (802) 485-2984
awtease@norwich.edu
Website: norwich.edu/undergraduate-research

Honors Program Director
Michael Thunberg, PhD

1 (802) 485-2374
mthunber@norwich.edu
Website: norwich.edu/honors

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry has received a Pittsburgh Conference Memorial National College Grant to help purchase a bench-top nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) instrument. The $10,000 award was one of 10 selected for funding from the 37 proposals received for consideration. Acquisition of this instrument will enrich and upgrade the Chemistry laboratory experience by providing students greater access to NMR Spectroscopy. Dr. Richard Milius, chair of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, welcomed news of the award. “Benchtop NMR instruments are routinely used in research and testing labs. The addition of this instrument will afford our students experiential learning with a technique that they are likely to use in their first job.”

— Research Centers —

Norwich advances research on national and global challenges and facilitates open intellectual exchange and knowledge sharing through its affiliated centers, institutes, and events. Explore below our Center for Global Resilience & Security (CGRS), the John and Mary Frances Patton Peace & War Center (PAWC), and the Center for Cybersecurity & Forensics Education & Research (CyFER).

Research Office Support Staff

Office Manager and Post-Award Analyst | 1 (802) 485-2794

Cristy Boarman, B.S., A.A.S.

cboarman@norwich.edu


Director of Operations for High Impact Practices

Linn Caroleo, PhD

lcaroleo@norwich.edu


Administrative Coordinator-Research Centers | 1 (802) 485-3138

Nicole Greenwood, M.S., B.A.

ngreenwoo@norwich.edu


Director of Sponsored Programs | 1 (802) 485-2981

Mina Peshavaria, PhD

mpeshava@norwich.edu

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT NEWS

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