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peter singer during podcast interview
Norwich University had the privilege of hosting author and futurist P.W. Singer on Wednesday, June 21st as part of the 2017 Todd Lecture Series and the annual Residency Conference.

Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies is honored to announce that Nazanin Afshin-Jam, an award-winning international human rights activist and Master of Arts in Dipl

Maritime trade officially began in the year 1648, when the Treaty of Westphalia confirmed the ideas set out by Hugo Grotius, who said that the sea should be open for international trade.
For John Gordon’13, it is not a question of whether he will serve his country working for the U.S. Department of State, but how. While working on his Master of Arts in Diplomacy from Norwich University, Gordon passed the State Department’s Foreign Service examination and received an offer to become a Foreign Service Officer. Then in April 2014, he was named a finalist for the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) program.
Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) has launched 2013 Accolades, an online collection of high quality student scholarship from Norwich’s online degree programs.
Ariel Batungbacal, 2005 alumna of the Master of Arts in Diplomacy program, is now serving as one of 15 White House Fellows.
Norwich University officials announced the establishment of an official chapter of Sigma Iota Rho, the Honor Society for International Studies.
Norwich University officials announced a partnership with the Foundation for Educational Exchange between Canada and the US, Fulbright Canada, to establish a Fulbright Visiting Research Chair at Norwich University focused on research pertaining to military and diplomatic affairs.
Three students in Norwich University's Master of Arts in Diplomacy and one in the Master of Science in Information Assurance program have been selected as finalists in the 2012 Class of Presidential Management Fellows, a competitive federal internship program sponsored by the US Office of Personnel Management.

Just before Christmas in 2008, Michelle Johnson experienced a life-changing moment.