NORWICH CADET UNCOVERS ANCIENT ARMOR ORIGIN

McCrystal says the lack of a helmet has made tracing the armor’s origins all the more challenging. (Photo by Mark Collier.) It was on a sheer hunch that Sean McCrystal ’17 began looking into the origins... Read More

In the Ranks

Universities.com ranks Norwich’s online Master of Science in Information Security and Assurance as one of the top 10 best cybersecurity graduate programs in the country. College Choice has ranked Norwich... Read More

INFORMATION SECURITY HAS NEW CHIEF

George J. Silowash M’07 Norwich University has named George J. Silowash the new chief information security officer (CISO), a critical position in the university’s overall cybersecurity posture. A published... Read More

Partridge Society – Spring 2017

The mission of the Partridge Society is to encourage alumni, parents, and friends of Norwich University to help the University achieve its financial goals and to formally recognize those who do so. The... Read More

Taking the Lead: 1LT Mark Chapman, USA ’14

Standing under the blasting heat of the Afghan summer sun, viewing the mountains that ring Jalalabad Airfield, I realized this was Alden Partridge’s dream being lived out almost 200 years later. He stood... Read More

Welcoming Spaces

Excerpted with permission from an article titled “Spaces That Are Welcome to Experimentation,” by Jacquelyn Bengfort in EdTech: Focus on Higher Education, Fall 2016. See the complete article at edtechmag.com/higher/Norwich. Norwich... Read More

Boston to L.A. to Wall Street :Bobby Carroll ’97

When Bobby Carroll ’97 showed up on day one of his first job, human resources immediately advanced him some cash so he could purchase a proper wardrobe. It was then that he realized Rodeo Drive in Beverly... Read More

Club & Chapter News – Spring 2017

Last fall, NU clubs around the country were visiting breweries, performing community service, attending hockey games, honoring veterans, and just plain networking. No matter what the occasion, connecting... Read More

Self-Disciplined: LT Ashley (Sanford) Molinaro, USNR ’10

“From my experience, the best way to be seen and heard and get ahead is to lean in, raise your hand, speak up, and do the work.” Ashley (Sanford) Molinaro ’10 majored in biology with the hope of... Read More

Class Notes – Spring 2017

1959 In December, Dick Thayer and his wife, Marylou, and Henry Pierpan and his wife, Meg, got together at the Thayers’ home in Delmar, N.Y., to start making plans for their 60th class reunion in 2019. CLASS... Read More