Loren Wehmeyer:
Helping Vermont Businesses Go Green

Norwich university’s unique niche that combines both military students and civilian students also puts the university at an advantage for some particularly impactful projects in the future. “Military... Read More

Passing the Baton

Retired Interim SVPAA Smooths Transition for Incoming Provost. By Jane Dunbar with contributions by Jacque E. Day. There is a point, during a well-executed relay, when two runners are perfectly in sync:... Read More

Allen Gagnon: A Legacy of Love

By Audry Seaman ’13. The start of college can be overwhelming. But imagine that your first days at the university are also your very first days in the U.S., and it is January in Vermont, and you’re... Read More

Stacie L.L. Morgan, PhD: Igniting Bold Thoughts

When she first arrived on the Hill in 2009 to fill a faculty vacancy in the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) MBA program, Stacie L. L. Morgan immediately recognized the untapped potential... Read More

David Feinauer: Interconnectivity

David Feinauer’s office contains a peculiar-looking gadget. Colorful, with intricately wound copper wires, the device immediately drew the eye of Norwich University photographer Mark Collier, who began... Read More

Travis Morris: Still Waters Run Deep

Travis Morris has ambitious plans for 2017, including mentoring a cross-disciplinary team of students competing in the P2P Challenge, an international contest in which teams propose social-media strategies for countering violent extremism in ways that are credible to their peers. He lives in Northfield with his wife, Carrie, and three children: Eden, Adara, and Judah. Photo by Mark Collier.

William “Travis” Morris is an intent listener. And when he does speak, his words are meaningful and radiant of a discreet force. To know the criminal justice professor is to witness a deep, glassine... Read More

Mary Hoppe: Just Being Me

A fond moment with former student Shawn Healy ’88 (right) and his son, John Healy ’14. Mary Hoppe was the first woman in the history of Norwich to be tenured in the sciences and mathematics, and was also the first to chair the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. (Photo courtesy of Teresa Healy)

“If the number of women’s restrooms is any indication, we are making great strides in the sciences at Norwich.” – Mary Hoppe, Professor of Chemistry. When Mary Hoppe arrived on the Hill 35 years... Read More

Todd Edwards

Over 25 years in the Air Force, Todd Edwards served in the U.S. and abroad, finishing out his career at Wright-Patt near Dayton, where he got his start. His wife, Karen, completed a bachelor’s degree at Norwich in 2014. The couple has four daughters. (Mark Collier photo.)

Music Lessons. From the basement of White Chapel emerges a lilting melody. The Norwich University Regimental Band plays in cantabile, a smooth, singing style mirroring the fluid three-four rhythm of director... 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... Read More

Jeff Kruger

Strength and conditioning Coach Jeff Kruger monitors the progress of all 20 varsity athletic programs. (Photo: Mark Collier.)

NU’s Strength and Conditioning Coach. Strength and conditioning Coach Jeff Kruger monitors the progress of all 20 varsity athletic programs. (Photo: Mark Collier.) Pacing back and forth on the black,... Read More