Ainsworth Gets a Facelift:
Cutting the Ribbon

On Tuesday, February 6, 2018, Norwich University celebrated the completed renovation of one of the oldest buildings on campus, Ainsworth Hall. The building was originally constructed in 1910 and designated... Read More


Jacque Day in front of Kreitzberg Library. One Norwich. Eddie Habeck ’99 makes this his punctuating statement in his column on page 39, and there is great wisdom to it. As Norwich University approaches... Read More

The President’s View – Spring 2018

People often talk about the future as if it were an elusive, unquantifiable concept, something that just sort of “happens” without our having much, if any, control over it. Nothing could be further... Read More

Your Letters – Spring 2018

A DEEPENING CONNECTION Last fall, my wife and I attended our third Parent and Family Weekend at Norwich University, to mark the fifteenth year of my son’s graduation. (MAJ Nicholas Milkovich is currently... Read More

News From the Hill: Schneider Named Vermont Citizen of the Year

Now, That’s Presidential! Pictured, the award presented to President Schneider, who was named the 2017 Vermont Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year. On November 16, more than 200 friends, family,... Read More

Munn ’81 Honored

The Office of Alumni Relations has created a new award to recognize generous, enthusiastic, and ongoing efforts that support and build alumni-to-alumni connections and/or alumni-to-student relations. In... Read More

News from the Hill: Spring 2018

ALARA 2018 World Congress The Action Learning, Action Research Association Inc. (ALARA) will host its 10th World Congress on the Norwich University campus from June 17 to 20, 2018. Set to coincide with... Read More

NU Newsmakers

Answer! Johnny Trutor, a member of Norwich University’s Information Technology Services team, is appearing as a contestant on Jeopardy! Catch his first episode—and hopefully not his last—on March... Read More

CLASS OF 1987: Brig Gen Kim Baumann, USAF

Generally Speaking Kim Baumann’s promotion to the rank of brigadier general in the Rhode Island Air National Guard last November landed her in the annals of history, twice over. Not only is she the first... Read More

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