NUARI Receives $2.3M CYBERSECURITY GRANT

Norwich University Applied Research Institutes (NUARI) has been awarded $2.3 million by the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help better prepare the country... Read More

INTERNATIONAL JAZZ MUSICIAN PERFORMS ON CAMPUS

vladimircetkar.com On December 2, Norwich University hosted a performance by Vladimir Cetkar, an accomplished musician from Macedonia presently in the U.S. to record an album in New York City. The vocalist... Read More

New Staff in Sports Information

Assistant SID Jeffrey Dobbin. Jeff Dobbin has been hired as assistant director of sports information, filling a vacancy created by Samantha Chickering, who left the Hill last August to become director... Read More

NU MAKES DIGITAL FORENSICS GRADE

Norwich University has once again met the requirements for designation as a National Center of Digital Forensics Academic Excellence. The designation, granted by DC3, Air Force Office of Special Investigations... Read More

FROM THE ARCHIVES: 40 Years Ago

Professor Anita Ristau (left) with nursing students Carol (Silvestrini) Capecilatro (center) and Pamela (Priest) Irving, displaying the safety doll house they constructed. (Courtesy of NU Archives.) Carol... Read More

SMHC LAUNCHES “OUT OF THE ASHES”

On January 19, the Sullivan Museum and History Center launched its final sesquicentennial Civil War commemoration, 1865: Out of the Ashes—Assassination, Reconstruction, and Healing the Nation. The exhibit... Read More

Spinning The Record – Spring 2015

Every issue of the Record proves to be a humbling experience. No matter how hard I try to avoid errors, something inevitably slips past me and my staff. The winter 2015 (Vietnam) issue was no exception.... Read More

FOLKLORIST CELEBRATES HALLOWEEN AT NORWICH WITH “VERMONT’S HAUNTS” TALK

Joseph Citro, a noted author and folklorist on the subject of haunting in Vermont, visited Norwich University on Halloween to discuss a local urban legend: the Pigman of Northfield. He spoke in the rotunda... Read More

CADET RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS AIR FORCE SPECIAL OPS APPOINTMENT

Norwich Cadet Grigory Bourlakov ‘15 will enter the highly competitive Air Force Special Tactics Officer career path. Bourlakov, an AFROTC-contracted cadet and a mechanical engineering major, was one... Read More

NU WRITERS SERIES HOSTS AUTHORS IN FALL EVENTS

Award-winning writer Joe Wilkins reads at the Kreitzberg Library. More at writers.norwich.edu. (Photo: Mark Collier.) The Norwich University Writers Series rolled out its fall lineup with a local Vermont... Read More