NU Newsmakers

PHILIP CACCIOLA ’63 has been named a Hometown Hero in Hartford, Conn., for his service “as a soldier, a professional, a civilian and a volunteer.” Read all about it in the Hartford Courant story, “Hometown Hero: Philip Cacciola Serves His Neighbors.”

The story of a 1977 Norwich alum, “DON BROWN guiding nation’s No. 1-ranked defense one relationship at a time,” has gone viral. Google the title for a glimpse into how Brown has led the University of Michigan football team defense to the top spot in the nation.

Boston Division FBI special agent-in-charge, HAROLD SHAW ’88, has led his bureau office through a move to Chelsea, Mass. They settled in last November. “We’ve called the great city of Boston home since the early 1900s,” Shaw told the Chelsea Chamber of Commerce, as reported in the Chelsea Record. “So, in no uncertain terms, this is a very big deal for us.”

JAREN JEFFCOAT ’11 hails from a long line of accomplished athletes, including his father, Jim Jeffcoat, a former NFL defensive end with two Super Bowl rings. Now, Jaren is making a name for himself in sports, as a coach. Read about the former Norwich basketball player in the Lebanon, N.H. Valley News story, “NFL Lineman’s Son at Helm of Whitcomb Basketball.”

KREITZBERG LIBRARY has made the grade in the EdTech Magazine story, “Campus Libraries Write a Tech-Savvy New Chapter.” See p. 36 for the excerpt, which highlights the library’s new technological offerings.

Comments are closed.