Alumni & Board of Fellows

Alumni and Board of Fellows News – Summer 2017

Chuck Nettleship ’85, M’03 addressed Alpha Phi Sigma (Criminal Justice Honor Society) inductees in April at the Kreitzberg Library.         Sam Worth ’87, Deputy Director of Naval Criminal Investigative Services (NCIS), gave a presentation at the 10th annual CSI Symposium on April 19 in Dole Auditorium.       …

Alumni and Board of Fellows News – Spring 2017

 Joshua Tolluch ’11, who graduated from Norwich with dual degrees in English and biology and was Regimental Commander, has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Fellowship to Czech Republic.       Jesse Abruzzi ’16, who graduated from Norwich with dual degrees in English and history, has been accepted into the M.A. …

Alumni and Board of Fellows News – Winter 2017

Kudos to our CoLA mentoring team, Duane Martin ’67, Ned Quigley ’71, and Steve Sobelman ’67 who have worked hard to match-up 22 CoLA students with alumni mentors this fall. These alumni go above and beyond to help our students. As Duane Martin says, “If a student has a dream job, most likely we have alumni doing it and doing it well. We started …

Alumni and Board of Fellows News – Fall 2016

Norwich University alumnus Samuel Worth ’87 has been appointed as deputy director of NCIS – Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Deputy Worth graduated from Norwich magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. He subsequently joined ‪‎NCIS as a Special Agent in 1989 and has served in numerous leadership roles throughout …

Alumni & Board of Fellows News – Summer 2016

Former NU criminal justice major Ian Thomas ’14 is now an assistant men’s lacrosse coach for the Cadets. Read his story on the Norwich Athletics website.     The Board of Fellows has chosen The Martian by Andy Weir as the First Read selection for 2016-17. The book is being mailed to all first-year students during the summer and will …

Alumni & Board of Fellows News – Spring 2016

Baylee Annis ’14, an English major and former captain of the Norwich University women’s rugby team, had a feature article, “Gaining Ground,” published in the winter 2016 Norwich Record. She has recently been named to the 2016 Women’s National Rugby Team player pool alongside three other former and present Norwich players (Rose Bernheim …

Alumni and Board of Fellows News, Winter 2016

Thanks to Charles “Chuck” Glazerman ’64, four senior criminal justice majors are now members of ASIS International, the leading organization for security professionals. Samantha Thornton ’16, Nicholas Castro ’16, Stuart Thompson ’16, and Jeff Blaschke ’16 were awarded the memberships in memory of Fran Brennan ’64, who was an accomplished …

Alumni and Board of Fellows News – Fall 2015

Erik D. Avery ’15, a criminal justice major, has been accepted into the White House Internship Program (WHIP) following a highly competitive selection process. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office, and prepare them for future public service opportunities. …

Alumni and Board of Fellows News, Summer 2015

Welcome to our newest CoLA Board of Fellows Visiting Committee members: LTC Winfield A. Adkins, USA, ’96; Dr. Joel O. Eckert ’72; Lt Col Neil F. Murphy, USMC, ’94; and Dr. Steven Nobleman ’67. Thank you to Duane Martin ’67, member of the CoLA Visiting Committee, for his leadership and initiative connecting 33 senior CoLA …

Alumni & Board of Fellows News

Edited by Kaitlin Nelson ’13 Joshua MacKay ’14 has been accepted into Northeastern’s Master of Arts in Homeland Security program. While waiting for classes to begin, MacKay is working as a life insurance specialist at Liberty Mutual in Dover, N.H. MacKay aspires to broaden his horizons further once he matriculates at Northeastern: He has been …