SAVING A THOUSAND LIVES

Photo: 123RF In the U.S., someone needs blood every two seconds, and a pint of blood can save three lives. NU’s semiannual blood drive, held in partnership with the American Red Cross, yielded 343 pints... Read More

The Larger Picture

For their senior civil-engineering project, Richard Colburn ’15, Anthony Mushaw ’15, and Corinne Baita ’15 developed a plan to minimize home-basement flooding along Shadow Lake, Glover, Vt. (Photo courtesy of Ken Guilbault.)

Shadow Lake Dam Project. It was through their work on scenic Shadow Lake in northern Vermont that three Norwich students discovered the value of seeing the larger picture. For their senior civil-engineering... Read More

GRANT SUPPORTS affordable HOUSING INITIATIVE

Norwich University has received a $20,000 grant from the TD Charitable Foundation to fund efforts by students and faculty in the School of Architecture + Art and the David Crawford School of Engineering.... Read More

The Puck Drops Here

Honoring Our Military Norwich University’s women’s and men’s ice hockey teams suited up in specially designed “camo” jerseys and socks on Saturday, January 31, at Kreitzberg Arena, in celebration... Read More

Fundraising Matters

The Friendly Faces of Forging the Future. The Final Segment in our ongoing series profiling NU development staff members highlights the careers and interests of a senior development officer, the assistant... Read More

Partridge Society

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

Scholarship News

CDT/2LT Delaney Welch ’15, recipient of the USS Montpelier Scholarship. (Photo: Mark Collier.)

Former Crewmembers of the “Mighty Monty” Pull for NU The Second USS Montpelier (CL-57), a Cleveland Class Light Cruiser known as the “Mighty Monty,” fought fiercely in the Pacific Campaign during... Read More

LECTURE SERIES FEATURES NASA ASTRONAUT

NASA Astronaut Michael E. Fossum during a 2011 spacewalk. (Photo courtesy of NASA.) The second Todd Lecture of 2015 featured decorated NASA Astronaut Col Michael E. Fossum, USAF. In his address, “Report... Read More

200 Things About Norwich

Did you know that Clemson University was founded by Thomas Clemson, NU Class of 1825? Or that the world’s first large-scale, alternating current electric plant was built at Niagara Falls by Edward Adams,... Read More

THE COLBY TURNS 20

April 8–9, 2015, marked the 20th William E. Colby Military Writers’ Symposium with two full days of lectures, book signings, and panel discussions. Thursday afternoon’s public session, titled “Cyber... Read More