ARCHITECTURE + ART LECTURE SERIES

The School of Architecture + Art is offering a robust series of events in 2016–17. September kicked off with a student art auction followed by two lectures: “El Viaje Mas Caro/The Most Costly Journey:... Read More

News From the Hill – Winter 2017

Above: Evelyn Yasso at the Harmon Wall. Evelyn is the granddaughter of Alfred C. Nelson ’56, whose name was inscribed on the wall at Homecoming 2016. Photo by Mark Collier.

HOMECOMING ALBUM * HARMON WALL CEREMONY Evelyn Yasso at the Harmon Wall. Evelyn is the granddaughter of Alfred C. Nelson ’56, whose name was inscribed on the wall at Homecoming 2016. Photo by Mark Collier. IN... Read More

WRITERS SERIES ENTERS FOURTH ACADEMIC YEAR

On October 25, Jonathan Mingle went in-depth at Norwich University on the subject of soot pollution in Asia, touching on its impact on global health and climate, and solutions for cleaning it up. Photo... Read More

TUITION INITIATIVES

Norwich University has joined Private College 529 Plan, a consortium of 284 colleges that guarantees a locked-in tuition rate for prospective students. The plan enables families to prepay tuition at the... Read More

Greek Revival on The Hill

Brandishing foam spears and cardboard shields, approximately 100 Norwich students organized into two phalanxes staged a Hoplite battle on the UP this past fall. Participants included students enrolled... Read More

PROFESSOR RECOGNIZED FOR TALENT, PASSION

In her acceptance remarks, Norwich Architecture Professor Tolya Stonorov emphasized the value of student participation in professionally led projects. Photo by Mark Collier. In October, Norwich architecture... Read More

NU Newsmakers

Meghan Duell ’17 was featured on August 1 in the Daily News of Warsaw, Wyoming, and Orleans counties, N.Y., for receiving the prestigious General Carl A. Spaatz Award, the Civil Air Patrol’s highest... Read More

AN EVER-EMERGING LEADER

This past April, retired Army Four-Star General Gordon R. Sullivan ’59, longtime chairman of the Board of Trustees, handed the baton to Alan DeForest ’75. (See page 28 for a Q & A with the new... Read More

Profiles in Courage

Dollars for Deserving Scholars Just prior to the kickoff of the Norwich men’s varsity rugby match against Middlebury, retired U.S. Army Colonel Chris Munn ’81 awarded the inaugural Chris Munn Scholarship... Read More

NUARI TESTS CYBERWAR TOOL ON ENERGY SECTOR

The Norwich University Applied Research Institutes (NUARI) took its risk-resiliency response software to the energy sector for the first time with a training event, “Securing the Grid.” During the... Read More