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Corps of Cadets Change of Command Ceremony with Review scheduled for April 19 on the Upper Parade Ground

On April 19, Norwich will recognize the senior cadet class for their service and contributions to our university and beyond and promote the new cadet chain of command for the 2024-2025 academic year. We invite Norwich and local communities to attend either in-person or virtually.

GET IN THE GAME – School of Nursing, football, and volleyball team up for a great cause

The on-campus event was a complete success, with over 250 Norwich University students adding their names to the National Marrow Donor Program registry to become potential donors.

MBTA Senior Design team places third in New England competition.

The powerhouse design team consists of Construction Management majors Jason Stapleford and John O’Neil, Civil Engineering majors Will Sabo and Wyatt Beatini, as well as advisors Dr. Moses Tefe of the Norwich University David Crawford School of Engineering and Seth Knihtila ’12.

Norwich University cadets earn praise from The Olmsted Foundation

Recently, retired Major General Bruce K. Scott, USA, who is the President and CEO of The Olmsted Foundation, sent a noteworthy email to Norwich University Acting President Dr. Karen Gaines.

The Vermont Biomedical Research Network (VBRN) recently awarded a combined total of $260,000 to six Norwich faculty

Norwich University announces recent grants awarded to six Norwich faculty members by the Vermont Biomedical Research Network (VBRN)

Norwich University to host an inclusive recreational basketball tournament for Special Olympics Vermont

The event is facilitated in partnership with Norwich University’s physical education department, the first program of its kind at an American college or university.

Assoc Prof Travis Morris, Ph.D. and five Cadets attended the International Forum on Peace, Security, and Prosperity (IFPSP) Palermo, Sicily, Italy

The forum brings civilian youth together with officer cadets to explore the role of our militaries in the peace-making, peace building, and peace-sustaining activities.

Joint Service Awards Ceremony

The annual spring Corps of Cadets award ceremony honors students from U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Space Force, and Coast Guard for their leadership, academics, and athletic achievements. Sergeant Major of the Army Michael Weimer was the much-anticipated keynote speaker.

Norwich University School of Business hosts Business Challenge

Various teams from Norwich University participated in a rigorous competition, ultimately presenting their Business Challenge Case to an elite panel of judges of Norwich University Board of Fellows and Alumni.

Norwich University hosted a series of presentations over two days to acquaint students, faculty, and staff with the National Security Agency (NSA)

Those in attendance learned about the fields of foreign language intelligence analysis and the multitude of internship and professional opportunities that exist at the NSA for students pursuing language studies in addition to their other fields of interest.