INSIDE THE “SIT ROOM”

Thanks to Norwich Alumni, DC Policy Trip Transforms NU Students’ Political Worldview.

Photo courtesy of Cheri Caddy ’90

Photo courtesy of Cheri Caddy ’90.

In March, a group of Norwich students traveled to Washington, D.C., for an intensive public-policy immersion experience. After weeks of classroom preparation and following a succession of meetings with high-ranking officials, the students were cleared into the White House Situation Room, where, acting as an expanded version of the National Security Council, they were tasked with managing a simulated crisis of international proportions.

See the full story as it appeared in the Norwich Record.

For even more details on this D.C. policy-making experience, read “Norwich Alumni Assist Student Trips to Washington, D.C.” by Chuck Nettleship ’85 & M’03.


CORRECTION

In the print version of this article (pages 26–27), we unintentionally omitted the Tawani Foundation from our list of organizations that supported the D.C. policy trip.

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