(Photo: Mark Collier.)

One-On-One with Madeleine Albright

Friday, April 1, 2016

By Sean Markey, with photos by Mark Collier. Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright visited Norwich University on Election Day, November 3, to present the 2015 Fall Todd Lecture. The 78-year-old diplomat and strategist is best known for her service as a member of the National... 

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Ideas @ Work

Friday, April 1, 2016

IDEAS@WORK 33 ideas big and small from Norwich University students, faculty, staff, and alumni that are transforming our campus and the world, by Sean Markey. Editor’s Note: While we typically post the text of a story into the Record web pages, we believe it best serves this... 

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“Susmann looks like a Boeing executive—an engineer in a suit and Bill Gates glasses.” (Photo by Matthew Septimus.)

The Wolf Guarding Wall Street

Friday, April 1, 2016

How Phil Susmann ’81 and his NUARI team are helping U.S. banks build resiliency in the face of cybergeddon, by Daphne Larkin. The cyberattack starts with a single email. Sent by a group calling itself DDo$, the message hits the inboxes of brokers and managers at financial firms... 

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(Photo: Mark Collier.)

Cadets March 50 Miles for Homeless Vets. (Photo: Mark Collier.) In a modern reenactment of the historical march in 1866 that brought the cadets from Norwich to Northfield after a devastating fire, 50 Norwich cadets marched 50 miles to benefit residents of The Veterans’ Place, a... Read More


Huw Read

“Huw Read has been at the front edge of digital investigation from the start of his career,” says College of Professional Schools Dean Aron Temkin. “He is bringing new ideas and methods to the classroom, and students respond well because he is both approachable and conspicuously knowledgeable.” (Photo: Mark Collier.)

The Science of Digital Forensics. With classes over for the fall semester, and sporting the beginnings of what he called his “Christmas beard,” Huw Read looked out the window of his Dewey Hall office into the mild Vermont December. “It reminds me of Wales,” he said, recalling his home country. “It’s like this, kind of […]


Sharing a Love of Lacrosse in the Emerald Isle

Benjamin Preul ’18 left checks an Irish attacker, knocking the ball loose in the process. (Courtesy of Legacy Global Sports.)

Last summer, rising sophomore Benjamin Preul ’18 seized the opportunity of a lifetime: Traveling to Ireland with Legacy Global Sports, he spread his passion for the game of lacrosse while experiencing a different culture. Preul learned of the opportunity through Norwich head men’s lacrosse coach Neal Anderson and conferred with his father about going. “I […]




NU Sport Parachute Club. In 2015, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel John Albree ’51 donated a collection of memorabilia, including his NU Sport Parachute Club patch, to the Sullivan Museum and History Center. A qualified parachutist who had served in Korea, then-Captain Albree returned to Norwich in 1960 as an instructor. Eager to share his enthusiasm […]



Norwich senior Phung Pham receives an American flag after taking the U.S. Oath of Allegiance. Phung’s mentor Dick Hayden ’68, and Dick’s wife, MJ, attended the ceremony, along with SFC Beau F. Mader, a Norwich-based recruiter who befriended Phung and helped him join the Army National Guard. (Photo courtesy of Richard Hayden '68.)

Richard Hayden ’68, Full Circle: Coaching for Leadership. Richard Hayden ’68, a third-generation Norwich alumnus, has served as a Norwich trustee and NUAA president. This account is a close adaptation of a letter he sent to President Richard W. Schneider the day after Phung Pham’s naturalization ceremony. In November, my wife, Mary Jane (MJ), and […]

Cybersecurity experts Professor Huw Read and Norwich senior Joshua Hartley on site at Super Bowl 50. More coverage of the event appears online as well as on pages 7 and 20 of the printed spring Record.

Cybersecurity experts Professor Huw Read and Norwich senior Joshua Hartley on site at Super Bowl 50. More coverage of the event appears online as well as on pages 7 and 20 of the printed spring Record.