CLEAN WATER, THE TOPIC OF TODD LECTURE
Norwich University continued its spring Todd Lecture Series this past February with “Water: Understanding the 21st Century Challenge,” a presentation by Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Robert Gusentine. The lecture was part of a weeklong visit during which Gusentine met face to face with Norwich students of science, mathematics, engineering, business, ROTC, and architecture.
A retired U.S. Navy captain, Gusentine is co-founder and chief operating officer for Global Sounding Inc., a Boston-based company that uses data and behavior-mapping to assess and monitor the global freshwater supply for the purpose of informing governments, businesses, and the global community.
Gusentine also serves on the board of directors for Elsie’s Hope, a nonprofit corporation devoted to improving the living conditions of people around the world by providing sustainable access to clean water through water filtration systems in the field and other on-the-ground efforts.
To view a video recording of this and other recent Todd lectures, visit tls.norwich.edu.