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As we begin the countdown to this amazing milestone and have kicked off the final year of our bicentennial celebration with the Year of Distinction, we wanted to share some of the latest news tied to the Bicentennial Campaign.
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Norwich representatives with ATI

With the goal of strengthening its security-related business, Tokyo’s Allied Telesis K.K.

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We welcomed Dr. David Ulbrich to take stewardship of the Master of Arts in History and Military History degree programs at Norwich. Dr. Ulbrich is a celebrated academic, author and historical consultant with over two decades’ worth of experience in the field.
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As Norwich’s Bicentennial draws ever closer, the faculty and staff at the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) continue to drive innovation with a slate of new course offerings,

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ALARA is putting out a call for proposals to contribute to the global body of experiential learning knowledge. Norwich University will host the 2018 ALARA World Congress.
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first nulci fellowship graduates
In June 2016, Lieutenant Colonel Dan “Gump” Finnegan and I were selected to partake in a unique senior military development opportunity.
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induction ceremony

For the first time in chapter history, the Norwich University branch of SALUTE Veterans Honor Society welcomed students from the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies with an exclusive inducti

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cyber and forensics exercises
Information security and assurance students had the fortune to participate in a pair of educational experiences exclusive this past June.
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residency hands-on learning
Norwich University’s 2017 Residency Conference was another rousing success—not to mention an opportunity for unprecedented personal growth and discovery.
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Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies graduated over 580 students representing 11 online master’s programs and three online bachelor’s degree completion

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