CLASS NOTES & ALUMNI NEWS – SPRING 2013

1954 Al Williams, Chairman of the Regional Advisory Counsel for the Pikes Peak Area Agency on Aging, was honored by the Senior Resource Council as Senior Volunteer of the year. Al started a bus transportation... Read More

LOOKING BACK – SPRING 2013

PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURAL PARADE, CIRCA 1977 – More than 100 Norwich cadets marched in formation between the Philadelphia mounted police and the Alabama state float at President Jimmy Carter’s inaugural... Read More

COLONEL (RET) MAURICE SMITH ’34

Maurice “Mo” Smith attended Norwich from 1931 to 1934, after which he served in the United States Army in the First Armored Division, retiring at the rank of Colonel. In 1955 he returned to Norwich... Read More

ROLL OF HONOR – SPRING 2013

IN MEMORIAM Jane Wehe Bonnette First Female Faculty Member June 28, 1932–November 19, 2012 Shortly after Jane Wehe Bonnette was hired to teach math and computer science at Norwich, an IBM Model 1621... Read More

GET INVOLVED – SPRING 2013

WELCOME ABOARD – NORWICH IN THE COMMUNITY Assisted by a generous donation from Norwich University, the Town of Northfield recently replaced a 40-year-old fire truck with a Sutphen aerial ladder... Read More

CLUB NEWS & REGIONAL EVENTS – SPRING 2013

2012 NU DAY OF SERVICE Last fall, 17 Norwich groups gathered across the country to put our University’s mission of “Service Before Self” into action. Whether packing care packages for troops deployed... Read More

SPEAKING OF INNOVATION

Bill Clements is all over the map—literally. When we spoke last December, the dean of the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies was just back from a two-week business trip at Fort Bragg, Fort Belvoir,... Read More

OBSCURE NO MORE

The tiny academic community tucked away in the hills of central Vermont has been a crucible of innovation for nearly 200 years. From railway systems and political parties to noiseless guns and elite secret... Read More

IN THE VORTEX

If you or someone you know has battled cancer, odds are that Steve Sonis’ ’67 research has touched your life. Dr. Sonis’ official title is Professor of Oral Medicine in the Department of Oral Medicine,... Read More

PENNY SHTULL

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