Dr. Inglish Morgan-Gardner

The Power of Service. Photo by Mark Collier To meet Dr. Inglish Morgan-Gardner face to face is to encounter a contagious smile, generous heart, compelling discourse, and deep passion for her work. As a... Read More

Russell Holden ’73

Commandant of Cadets From Elementary School and a 24-year military career, to his current position as commandant of cadets at Norwich University, two things have remained constant for Russell Holden ’73:... Read More

Expect Challenge. Teach Chinese.

Xiaoping Song, Professor of Chinese Studies at Norwich.

Professor Xiaoping Song: Xiaoping Song, Professor of Chinese Studies at Norwich. (Mark Collier.) A few years ago, Xiaoping Song was looking for a challenge, and she found one—at Norwich. Hired in 2007... Read More

A Woman of Substance

Reina Pennington

Dr. Reina Pennington, Dana Professor of History: Norwich history professor Dr. Reina Pennington’s non-professional life can be summed up in three words: Gardening, German shepherds, and Guns—or... Read More


Professor has spent 20 years tracking the gray jay – Dressed in a khaki field vest and hiking boots, and armed with bug repellant, Professor Bill Barnard looks to be a serious outdoor enthusiast,... Read More


To see Tom Goodrich smile you would never suspect he had acted the part of the freak show manager in a community theater production of The Elephant Man. First off, he is nearly a foot shorter than the... Read More


A PASSION FOR TEACHING – PENNY SHTULL, PROFESSOR OF CRIMINOLOGY When people ask Criminal Justice Professor Penny Shtull what she teaches, she usually replies, “Nothing happy.” And with courses... Read More


PARALYMPIC DREAMS – ATHLETIC TRAINER FOR THE U.S. WHEELCHAIR RUGBY TEAM Marching into London’s Olympic Stadium for the opening ceremony of the 2012 Paralympic Games, dressed in a perfectly tailored... Read More


A PASSION FOR MATHEMATICS Your PhD thesis was on “The Spectrum of Zd Actions in Ergodic Theory.” What is that?  It’s a branch of mathematics that studies dynamical systems, using mathematical models... Read More


KEEPING NORWICH SAFE AND SECURE – Armed with a .30-06 rifle, Norwich University Chief of Security Michael P. Abraham bagged his first deer in Peacham, Vt., last November. It took nearly 40 years,... Read More