Dakoda Bailey is the Director of Operations for the Criminal Justice Student Association on campus and the First Sergeant for Third Company in the Norwich University Corps of Cadets. He, along with two of his fellow classmates, received the Library Prize for the Best Student Scholarship in the Junior-level non-technical category for our paper on the “Perceptions of Criminal Profiling and its Effectiveness in Law Enforcement.” Dakoda is on track to graduate in 2018 with a Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and commission as Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army.
Dominic DeSoto serves as a Master Sergeant in the Corps of Cadets while dual-majoring in computer security and business management. He has a passion for literature and dabbles as a writer. Last semester, he received the Library Prize for Best Student Scholarship in the Sophomore-level technical category for his paper, entitled “Jevons Paradox: Implications on Sustainability.” He has been selected as a SMART scholar and will work for the DoD after graduation in 2018. When he’s not at Norwich, Dominic loves traveling the world—see if you can spot him at your local airport!
Spencer Duhamel is a sophomore English major, with minors in both French and writing, from Manchester, NH. Besides academics, he is on the varsity baseball team at Norwich University. Following graduation, he wants to go to law school and pursue a career as a corporate attorney.
Anissa Garnsey is a sophomore here at Norwich University and a member of the Corps of Cadets. With an Athletic Training major, she looks forward to helping others and furthering her education after graduation. Anissa is also pursuing a commission into the military after her time here at Norwich.
Artmiz Golkaramnay is an electrical and computer engineering senior. She is the Tau Beta Pi president, the senior adviser for both IEEE and SWE Norwich University chapters, and a member of Eta Kappa Nu. Artmiz’s interests include embedded systems, Mario games, circuit design, gummy bears, and cryptology (not in any specific order). Artmiz dreams of becoming an astronaut one day.
William Kervick is a senior in the Civil Engineering Department. In spite of his STEM major, Will has always had a strong interest in writing. He is fond of the idea that “it takes an architect to make it pretty but an engineer to make it work,” and feels that this philosophy applies to the verbal arts in the marriage of form and function, style and syntax. In both fields–writing and engineering–Will is drawn to the opportunity to create and perfect a quality product. Always interested in standards, Will spent last year training the freshmen recruits and is now enjoying the comfortable role of Company Executive Officer.
Patrick Millington is a Junior at Norwich University pursuing a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering. He is a member of the Corps of Cadets and will be commissioning into the US Navy following graduation. Patrick is mostly interested in assistive technology and all the subcategories associated with it (prosthetics, circuit design, embedded systems, neurology…).
Erin Viera is a senior in the Corps of Cadets studying environmental science with a focus in law and protection and a strong passion for reading and writing. She has spent the last two years as a staff member for NewT, a freshman literary journal, and is continuing her involvement as the editor for the 2016-2017 school year. She is looking forward to working with the writing center to help students craft interesting academic and personal pieces. Besides writing and studying she also spends her time with the varsity women’s rugby team at Norwich University.