News Briefs

News Briefs – Summer 2017

As You Like It was the last play performed by the Pegasus Players in Dole Auditorium (before it was demolished on May 25). A new auditorium will be built in Mack Hall, opening fall 2018. Photo by David Orrick.       The Political Science Honor Society (Pi Sigma Alpha) initiated new members at the Department of History and Political Science …

News Briefs – Spring 2017

At the 5th Annual Students to Scholars Symposium in December, students from Prof. Patricia Ferreira’s Survey in American Literature course led a discussion about research and collaboration in the classroom. They conducted research on a newly discovered play written by a Norwich student in the 1830s titled “Philip, or The Indian Chief.” The discussion …

News Briefs – Winter 2017

The 2017 William E. Colby Military Writers’ Symposium “Won the War, Lost the Peace: The Centennial Legacy of World War One” will be held at Norwich University April 12-13. The only event of its kind at an American university, this powerful program invites distinguished authors and experts in the fields of military history, intelligence, or current …

News Briefs – Fall 2016

POLITEIA (The Political Science Club) continues the tradition of memorializing the fallen on 9/11 by planting flags on the Upper Parade Grounds.     Professor Emily Gray dressed as Athena for the first day of class. Her freshman seminar classes for History and Studies in War and Peace majors began the semester with a simulation of the Siege …

Special Events

Congratulations to the newly published authors and student editorial board of NewT: The Online Journal of Expository Writing of the Norwich English Department. Read the current issue.   WNUB’s host Jacque Day interviewed Norwich’s own Jeanne Beckwith, adjunct professor of English, for Norwich Odyssey to talk about the life of a playwright and …

Peace & War Center

Last fall, Cadet Cameron Myette ’16, approached Travis Morris, director of the Peace & War Center and assistant professor of criminal justice, to pitch an idea about holding a panel discussion including the participation of representatives from every military school in the US to discuss the future prospects of the 21st century citizen-soldier. …

Field Trips, Summer 2016

Students from CJ310 The Courts classes traveled to Vermont Superior Court, Washington Criminal Division, in Barre to observe a variety of arraignments, sentencings, and felony charge status conferences before Judge Kevin Griffin on March 8. Cases included sentencing in an attempted aggravated assault case, a multiple count case of sexual assault against …

Student News, Summer 2016

Students participating in the gMEO program in Chengdu, China, had a wonderful semester. Highlights included visiting Beijing, the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, and the Forbidden City. Photo shows Anthony Aversano ’18, Tim Sikand ’18, Peter Cucci ’18, and Scott Barber ’18.   Cole T. Boone ’16 is the 2016 recipient of the Morin Smith Award …

News Briefs, Summer 2016

Student News Students participating in the gMEO program in Chengdu, China, had a wonderful semester. Highlights included visiting Beijing, the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, and the Forbidden City. Photo shows Anthony Aversano ’18, Tim Sikand ’18, Peter Cucci ’18, and Scott Barber ’18.   Cole T. Boone ’16 is the 2016 recipient of the …

News Briefs, Spring 2016

The 9th Annual CSI Symposium will be held on the campus of Norwich University (Dole Auditorium) on Tuesday, April 19 (5–7 p.m.) and Wednesday, April 20 (9 a.m.–3 p.m.). The CSI Symposium presents a cross-disciplinary approach to the understanding, investigation, and prevention of crime. Students, faculty and staff may attend some or all of the sessions …