NU GRADUATES INAUGURAL HONORS CLASS

This past spring, the Norwich University Honors Program graduated its inaugural class, comprising eleven seniors in the Corps of Cadets and two civilians. These bright new alumni are already off to even brighter future plans: Eight received commissions, one enlisted in the Navy, two have started jobs, and two are attending graduate school. The Honors Program presently includes 75 students across the academic spectrum. The program’s director, Chemistry Professor Natalia Blank, says the 2015 class “embodies the kind of students that we had in mind when creating the program: not only smart, but also ready for an intellectual challenge beyond the average.”

The 2015 Honors Program class (l-r): Brendan Perry, Patrick Ogden, Stacey Jarvis, Reagan Steen, Dana DeMartino, William Mistretta, Cristopher DeFelice, Delaney Welch, Joseph Babitsky, Taylor Kacur, Kyle Vautrinot, Susan Limberg, Kelly Fitzmaurice, and Skylar Croy. (Photo courtesy of Natalia Blank.)

The 2015 Honors Program class (l-r): Brendan Perry, Patrick Ogden, Stacey Jarvis, Reagan Steen, Dana DeMartino, William Mistretta, Cristopher DeFelice, Delaney Welch, Joseph Babitsky, Taylor Kacur, Kyle Vautrinot, Susan Limberg, Kelly Fitzmaurice, and Skylar Croy. (Photo courtesy of Natalia Blank.)

 

 

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