Norwich University School of Architecture + Art Receives $10k Grant to Fund Free Lecture Series

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Norwich University School of Architecture + Art will receive $10,000 from the Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation to fund the upcoming 2015-2016 lecture series. For more than 10 years the Byrne Foundation has partnered with Norwich University to support the … Read More

Student Research: Visiting Shakespeare’s Birthplace to Study Religious Tolerance

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Senior Jesse Abruzzi was one of 28 Norwich University undergraduates awarded a Summer Research Fellowship to investigate diverse topics across the arts, sciences and professional fields. Nurtured by the university’s Office of Academic Research, the competitive, six- and ten-week fellowships … Read More

Norwich University welcomes high school students to GenCyber cybersecurity camp

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Today, Norwich University kicks-off a week-long pre-college cybersecurity program for 20 high school students called GenCyber@NU. Funded by the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation, participants will learn, explore, experiment and apply basic concepts of programming, forensics and … Read More

Norwich’s online program graduates will hear from Gen. Alfred Gray, former Commandant of the Marine Corps

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Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) is honored to announce that General Alfred M. Gray, USMC (Ret.) will deliver its 2015 commencement address at a ceremony for nearly 600 students representing nine online graduate programs and two … Read More